diy flower ice cube kit

diy flower ice cube kit

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All orders are shipped via UPS Priority with an exceptionally high 99% on-time delivery rate. Our farm-fresh flowers are unique in that they are harvested shortly before shipment, which guarantees extra freshness and longer vase life. For more information, please refer to our Terms and Conditions.


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Throwing a party? Do it right! Fill a champagne ice bucket or beverage cooler with rose-filled ice cubes at your next event, and guests will be gushing at the elegance! This kit provides everything you need – including ice cube trays and baby roses – to make sophisticated floral ice cubes at home.

Get Crafty and Kick It Real Fancy

It’s the ultimate indulgence – cold drinks nestled in a chest of ice cubes containing real roses. The only way it could get better is if you could craft the cubes yourself using Rosaholics’ premium fresh-cut flowers. And now, you can! With the floral ice cube kit, we deliver everything you need to make floral ice cubes from the comfort of home. You’ve seen the wildly popular trends online. Now it’s your turn to get crafty and create gorgeous ice cube décor that will elevate your next event and blow guests away with awesome extravagance.

Do I Need A Kit?

Yes! While there are plenty of DIY instructions for floral ice cubes online, there are also some tips and tricks that you’ll get as part of this kit that can make the whole process so much easier. Picking up the DIY Flower Ice Cube Kit will save tons of time and effort – everything you need is included!

Best Ways to Use Floral Ice Cubes as Décor

Fancy, gorgeous, and full of that wow-factor, floral ice cubes are excellent décor items that can elevate the tone of any gathering and get you raising that pinky up in no time! While you can’t place these ice cubes directly in your drink**, there are plenty of ways to use DIY floral ice cubes to make gatherings extra fancy and fun. One of the most popular uses involves filling a chest with floral ice cubes and stashing beverage bottles and cans within. Guests get a little reminder of romance every time they grab a drink! Check out a few other ways to use floral ice cubes at your next classy get-together:

Champagne Ice Buckets + Wine Chillers
Ice Coolers with Cold Drinks and Wine Bottles
Ice Trays to Keep Condiments, Dishes and Desserts Cool
Adding floral ice cubes to the food, beverage and bar settings can add an elegant touch of class and romance to parties. Here are some of the best occasions for using this creative DIY décor:

  • Bridal Shower
  • Bachelorette Party
  • Wedding Reception
  • Baby Shower
  • Girls Trip
  • Mother & Daughter Date
  • Romantic Date Night
  • Spring Fling Party
  • Flower Festivals and Summer BBQs

What Comes in the DIY Floral Ice Cube Kit?

Everything you need to make awesome floral ice cubes is included in the kit. The kit comes with premium, fresh-cut flowers, ice cube trays, and step-by-step instructions for making the ice cubes at home.

When it comes to parties and special events, it’s often the little things in the details that make the gathering unforgettable. Fancy and fun to make, DIY floral ice cubes are the best way to elevate events with a thoughtful touch of refined romance and luxury.

P.S. Plus, making DIY floral ice cubes is fun!

**Are Floral Ice Cubes Edible?

While the floral ice cubes that you can make with this DIY kit are absolute showstoppers when it comes to party décor, it’s important to note that these floral ice cubes are not edible and should in no way be used in food or beverages.

Shipping Information

All orders are shipped via UPS Priority with an exceptionally high 99% on-time delivery rate. Our farm-fresh flowers are unique in that they are harvested shortly before shipment, which guarantees extra freshness and longer vase life. For more information, please refer to our Terms and Conditions.

Product Care

Caring for your roses correctly can ensure a super long vase life.

Have you seen our Flower Care Tutorial Video?! It's full of great tips. Here's a breakdown:

1. Gather your tools. You’ll need a pair of scissors (or sharp knife), waste bin, clean water, and a vase.

2. Open the box and carefully remove the bunch, leaving the protective cardboard sleeve on. We put an incredible amount of care into packing your roses so that they make the trip safe and sound. Each bunch is carefully secured within this sleeve so that there’s no jostling or bumping around, which could cause petal bruising.

3. Trim the stems about 1/2 inch from the bottom at a 45-degree angle, and hydrate for 20 minutes. When your flowers first arrive, it’s important to get them hydrated as soon as possible, so you can leave the cardboard on for this part. It’s natural for stems to begin to harden as a defense from being cut away from the rosebush. Trimming the stems immediately revitalizes the flower’s ability to draw in water, which will help preserve the visual freshness of each bloom.

Water is essential for roses to keep their petals looking luscious and strong, and trimming at an angle can help them absorb water faster. It’s completely natural for roses to lose some of their moisture during transit, so don’t worry if your flowers aren’t quite ready for photos when they first arrive! Thirsty flowers can regain their form with a little quality hydration.

4. Carefully remove the cardboard. Woo-hoo! Finally, a glimpse of the beautiful blooms! But we’re not done yet…

5. Remove damaged petals. Guard petals protect the rose and may be bruised. In rare occasions, tiny brown spots (botrytis) may be present on exterior petals. For longer-lasting roses, pluck off bruised or damaged petals to reveal a perfect, healthy bloom.

6. Fill the vase with fresh water, and add nutrients. We can’t stress this part enough – clear, fresh water is absolutely essential for fresh roses to live a long life. In addition to providing fresh water with flower food from the get-go, it’s best to change the water every 2-3 days to prolong the life of your roses.

7. Double-check to make sure all stems are freshly trimmed, and remove any low-hanging leaves that may come into contact with the vase water. Almost there!

8. Arrange your masterpiece. Here’s where the magic happens! Get inspiration from our social media pages for making beautiful floral arrangements with your own personal touch.


- Keep your bouquet at cool room temperature and out of direct sunlight.

- Change the water frequently; every 2 days is best!

- Never grab flowers by the petals when arranging your bouquet. Instead, gently grab flowers by the stem, which is more supportive.