Purple Hydrangea Flower Wall Backdrop Panel, Silk Flowers Attached to 25" by 17" Plastic Frame, Easy to Snap Together for Wedding, Photo and Event Backdrops
Surround your family, friends and especially yourself in luxurious Purple Hydrangea Flower Walls that easily snap together to customize the size of wall you need or trim them to fit odd shapes and areas. *The plastic frame on each mat is bendable and measures 15 1/2" x 23 1/2" but the flowers extend over the edges making the actual measurement about 17" by 25" and it is 2" deep.
This mat is full of luscious hydrangea blooms, each approx. 2" wide. The blooms randomly alter from a deep purple with dark violet centers, to medium blue violet petals and the varying colors add lots of texture and dimension!
This mat only weighs 12 oz. which allows for many display possibilities. The flowers are attached to a sturdy, plastic grid frame that is completely flexible. Two sides of the frame have plastic pegs which insert into the holes on the other two sides of the frame so you can attach as many mats as you need to cover areas small or large. Use to mask or enhance a column, wall or door and it's so flexible that you can actually attach the mat to itself, creating a circular floral vase! The large grids make it super easy to staple gun this frame to another surface. We recommend floral wire or wire ties as an extra measure for keeping them secured.
Create breath-taking wedding and event decor by creating a stunning wall of flowers behind a head table which can double as an elegant photo backdrop. The velvety soft blooms make an ideal playground for Sparkling Butterfly Garlands
and it's just the right size to use on drop ceilings with metal grids.
Create an elegant floral canopy by suspending the mat with magnet hooks and intertwine Fairy String Lights
or hang Sparkling Crystal Ornaments
for added glam. Many, many ways to use this Floral Wall Mat to make your dream garden a reality!TO AVOID THE LOOK OF "SEAMS" ON A FLOWER WALL USING A PIPE AND DRAPE STRUCTURE: The most critical point is to make sure that each wall panel is secured in multiple spots, not only to the pipes but to each adjoining panel as well. The tie should be a material that won't relax or stretch like burlap twine, wire ties or zip ties. When displaying multiple panels next to each other, each wall needs to be pulled taut so the seams don't show. The flowers extend over the frame, hiding the pipes while creating a seamless look.
Another key is to secure each panel to the pipe AND to the adjoining panel in at least 3 spots. You can also connect the panels by using the pegs & holes on the sides of the plastic frame. Additionally, running picture wire horizontally, vertically and diagonally on the pipe and drape structure before adding the walls allows for a firmer background to support the walls.
Please view our instructional video.