DIY: Orchid and Succulent Arrangement

I wanted to share a recent little DIY I did for a clients coffee table.  Her coffee table is rather large so we needed something big and unique.

I found this amazing live edge wooden bowl at HomeGoods and knew it was perfect for this project.

Here is what you will need:

Secure the floral foam inside the vessel with a glue gun:

Add your moss. I used spanish moss, but you could use reindeer moss as well.

Push the silk orchids into the floral foam to secure.  I found these at Hobby Lobby.

Tuck in the succulents and you are done! These are from Hobby Lobby as well. But you can also purchase them here.

I also made one in this large clam shell from Z Gallerie. Get creative with your vessels and have fun!  
Some options here , here here and here


12 thoughts on “DIY: Orchid and Succulent Arrangement”

  1. I loved this on IG and it’s even better on the blog. 🙂 Thanks for sharing all of your sources. I think this would be a perfect idea for my cottage client. It looks spectacular in the shell! Bravo!

  2. So pretty, and it looks so real in the pictures. Faux has really come a long ways over the years!

  3. Lili says:

    GORGEOUS! i think i like this vessels better than the “boat” :))))

  4. So pretty Amanda! Hope all is well friend!

  5. Kathysue says:

    Amanda, I am loving the gold lined clam shell arrangement, so pretty,

  6. Nancy says:

    This is very doable and looks fantastic! Thanks Amanda for the clear cut directions1
    xo Nancy

  7. that is gorgeous!!! I love it in the clam shell.

  8. Love this Amanda! I’d never guess the plants were faux. I’m so glad that you did this. I have wanted to do this for a while and I have the perfect container, but I do not have enough sun in my kitchen. The faux arrangement will be perfect!

  9. Julia Konya says:

    Looks gorgeous! Love it. I have those orchids and I just might have to get some faux succulents too.

  10. Hi Amanda! Your beautiful arrangement inspired me to make my own! Thanks for the push I needed to get it done!

  11. whoa! super chic! i love the hint of zimba curtains i see in the background too 🙂

  12. I think this is just absolutely beautiful! Thanks for the inspiration!!!

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