Succulents are a great floral choice for any wedding.
They are durable and won’t wilt if they don’t get water for a few days which means you can make arrangements ahead of time. They are also very popular right now which makes them a great wedding favor for guests.
In respect to this, are succulents expensive for weddings?
A succulent and floral bouquet can cost as little as $70 for your wedding and will include strikingly colorful flowers as well as unique succulents that you can then plant and keep.
People also ask, how do you host a succulent Party?
Set up a succulent station where guests can choose a small container, soil, and succulents to plant. Provide a selection of colored sand, shells, and pebbles for top dressing. Start with a single plant per container, or if using small unrooted cuttings, use three or even five.
Are succulents cheaper than flowers for a wedding?
If the price of peonies is making your eyes pop, consider adding some succulents to your wedding bouquet. Incorporating these pretty plants tends to be far less expensive than filling your bouquets and centerpieces with flowers alone.
Mini succulents are in the cacti plant family, with fleshy, water-storing stems/leaves which enable them to use water very efficiently. That means they’re low maintenance and hard to kill, even if you forget to water.
Add them into your bouquet for a statement-making and heat-loving option, gift potted plants as a favor, or even decorate your invites with an adorable succulent-motif. And for those couples that have the luxury of not needing to worry about the heat, you can use succulents, too!
The main plant only lives
|Jade Plant||70-100 years|
|Christmas Cactus||30+ years|
Simply place leaves or stems, after the drying period, in a pot containing well-draining soil or cactus mix, so that the bottom of the stem or leaf is below the level of the soil. Give it some water, then place it in a bright, well-ventilated, warm place and keep soil moderately moist.
To cover a plant with burlap, begin by placing three or four wooden or stakes around the plant, allowing a few inches of space between the stakes and the plant. Drape a double layer of burlap over the stakes and secure the material to the stakes with staples.