An explosion of greenery bursts from this stunning bouquet.
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Fauxliage in the wild
Need a little bit of inspiration? See how customers are using the fauxliage bouquet in their homes below.
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Everything you need to know
The fauxliage bouquet stands at around 65cm high by 40cm wide and generally suits a vase around 35cm high. You can cut the stems if your vase is a little smaller.
Faux flower arrangements are both beautiful and need zero maintenance. However there are still a couple of things you can do to keep them looking fresh for years to come.
- Don't use them outside
These flowers may be pretty but they're not designed for outside use. We'd also recommend not siting them on windowsils for long periods of time.
- Keep them clean
Dust is the enemy of artificial flowers and is a telltale sign of faking it. Fortunately fauxs are easy to clean with a damp cloth or wetwipe. For the more intricate stems, take the arrangement outside and give them a gentle shake.
Faux flower arrangements are virtually timeless. With no water or feeding required, these fantastic faux flowers won't wilt or turn brown after just a few weeks.
Each stem in your bouquet has an internal wire which is coated in plastic. Depending on the stem, this wire can be fairly lightweight or pretty thick. Thicker wires can be slighter harder to cut.
- Measure the height of your vase.
- Take the vase measurement and measure from the bottom of the flowers and foliage area towards the bottom of the stem.
- Mark the measurement and cut any remaining stem off.
- If in doubt, leave the stems a little longer. You can always trim them again.
To cut the stems, we recommend using strong wire cutters. If you don't have any of these to hand use pliers or scissors to score the plastic. Then bend them one way, then the other, which will weaken the wire to the point it breaks cleanly.