Wet Foam Cage
Wet Foam Cage
Wet Foam Cage
Wet Foam Cage
Wet Foam Cage
Wet Foam Cage
Wet Foam Cage
Wet Foam Cage
Wet Foam Cage
Wet Foam Cage
Wet Foam Cage

Wet Foam Cage

So, I know this cage by itself doesn't look flashy, but I can't seem to do a wedding without it!  It's a 10x4' wet foam brick that is secured by a plastic cage bound to a very sturdy base.  I have loaded these cages with tons of flowers, hung them upside down, and they have never fallen apart!  They're like a good, reliable husband!

Main Uses:

  • Pergolas, arches, and wedding arbors

  • Sweetheart table arrangement

  • Centerpiece or floral runner 

Flower Recommendations Per Cage:

  • 2 bunches of greenery.  Seeded or silver dollar eucalyptus, salal, or nagi gets the job done!  **I love to forage greens, as well!

  • 10-15 roses, 5-10 stems of stock or delphinium, wax flower and spray roses are a great filler, as well!

  • Stay away from hydrangeas and pricey flowers, especially for arbor installs.  Photos will be too far away to see the expensive flowers, and the foam doesn't contain enough water for hydrangeas.  

Directions:

  • You can make this the day before, and hang it a few hours before your ceremony!

  • Soak foam cage in water for 20 minutes.  **If you have floral food, add it to the water!

  • If you're doing a arbor install, thread 11' zip ties into the cage BEFORE adding greens and flowers!  You will thank yourself later!

  • Create a heavy base of greenery all around the cage.  It can be as big as your heart desires!

  • Insert the stems 2-3' inches into the foam.  No need to get all stabby with it!

  • Lastly, back-fill with flowers!