Golden Circle Floral Frame "Poppy" Large, 7' 3" Tall by 7' 2" Wide Modern Metal Background Display
Sleek and modern, our Gold Metal Circle Frame "Poppy" Large is a sophisticated display element that plays well with any party, wedding or event theme! This floral frame stands 7' 3" tall by 7' 2" wide and the minimalistic single pole design allows your floral creations to stand out. "Poppy" sits on 2 legs that are 15 1/2" by 12 1/2", constructed of hollow channel tubing and these large, rectangular legs keep this frame sturdy and stable. The round tubing is 3/4" thick and the circle is actually 4 arcs that insert into each other and it sits 1" off the ground.
Circles are a universal symbol representing totality, wholeness, eternity and an ongoing energy so it's only natural that this golden ring begins the basic framework for creating memorable background accent pieces. Be subtle or make a major statement; either way, it's easy to attach silk flower sprays or wrap the frames with Silk Flower Garlands, faux greenery vines or huge leaf garlands. Hanging glass candle holders, beaded crystal strands, butterflies, tulle and balloons are other materials that can be incorporated into your design. Many of our flower garlands are completely flexible or have bendable wire, making them a cinch to attach to the frames.
Combine the chic look of "Poppy" Large with our "Poppy" Small, which is 5' tall, to create distinctive background decor perfect for every event and every season!
Base Weights: Many customers like to add weight to the bases so that they do not tip over. Some customers use bricks and hide them with florals, and some customers use sandbags. You can even use play sand inside of ziplock bags! It is very easy to hide the bricks or sandbags, especially when greens are involved. You can also disguise bricks or ziplock bags using black or green duct tape!
Foam or Foam Free Installation of Florals: There are many mechanics to use when adding florals to this structure. You can use Foam or make a Foam-Free design using chicken wire. There are some tutorials online that you can check out. our friend Sarah Campbell from Intrigue Designs also teaches a class on this.
Three Different Techniques shared by Vi Nguyen of Picotte Flowers:
1. Attach dry foam then insert greenery on it, water tubed all my blooms. It help a lot with the weight 2. Wrap chicken wire around, insert green cause it doesn't need water source during an event. Water tube my blooms. You will still need some weights. 3. I once used wet foam, lots of weight, still it tilted.