These fast and easy tips will help you to create a florist-quality spring floral arrangement that you’ll be really proud to display in your home.
- Begin with the color palette. If you want to mix and match flowers to create your own bouquet, it’s best to have a color palette in mind. Stick with muted tones, a blend of bold primary hues, or variations of one color to create a cohesive look.
- Create a space for each flower. Cheat by creating a sort of grid guideline inside of the vase. Place a piece of chicken wire flat inside of the opening, or even create a crosshatch of durable florist tape across the surface of the vase. The goal is to have a series of 1-inch squares where you can place each type of flower.
- Start with the largest flower. Create a base by adding the largest flower (or branch or fern) in the center.
- Add the thickest flowers. Arrange thick, heavy flowers around the tallest one in the middle.
- Finally, add accent flowers. Add tulips, daffodils, roses or other eye-catching accents last.
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