Invention of the Week:
EZ Bouquet

EZ Bouquet

Independent inventor Lori H. of Fall City, Washington enlisted the help of, an affiliate division of InventionHome, to assist her in finding marketing and licensing opportunities for her invention.

EZ Bouquet is a recyclable and reusable plastic sphere with two identical halves that snap together in order to fit vases of various shapes and sizes. The gridded framework holds flower stems in place, making beautiful flower arrangements quick and easy.

There are three large holes that can be used for three focal flowers and the grid pattern assists in making flower arrangements symetrical and balanced. EZ Bouquet can fit in a variety of vases of different shapes and sizes and can be used in a multitude of ways. In addition, EZ Bouquet can be filled with floral foam to make fresh flower pomanders and flower orbs for weddings or special events.

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