Flower Arranging Ideas
Flower arranging and centerpiece ideas
Create a Showpiece | Tuck stems of roses, succulents, pepper berry, and eucalyptus into the holes of an 18th-century glazed ceramic French brazier for a dramatic cascading effect. | SouthernLiving.com
Create a Showpiece
Cheery Centerpiece | Pack blooms tightly together to create a fiery focal point. | SouthernLiving.com
Cheery Birthday Table Setting
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A Ladylike Tea | Make Stunning Centerpieces |Don't let arranging flowers intimidate you. Fill a container with florist foam, and then just randomly stick in the stems of flowers. "The key is to use a lot!" she says. "Also, everything on your table doesn't have to match. Parties should feel collected and curated, so simply mix whatever you have."
Make Stunning Centerpieces - A Ladylike Tea - Southern Living
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Gardening 101: French Hydrangeas
Create a Showpiece | Tuck stems of roses, succulents, pepper berry, and eucalyptus into the holes of an 18th-century glazed ceramic French brazier for a dramatic cascading effect | SouthernLiving.com
Pretty In Purple Blue hybrid delphiniums and purple anemones against white stocks and tulips. Touches of silvery dusty miller and seeded eucalyptus provide contrast and texture, and succulents from a garden center give an unexpected twist. For a little height—without blocking the view—add simple twigs from the yard.
For a textural centerpiece, wrap basic glass containers in rope, securing as you go with a glue gun. Filled with white hydrangeas, these DIY vases deliver understated elegance. | SouthernLiving.com
A Patriotic Table Setting
Perfect for summer: White hydrangea and roses nestled in florist foam wrapped in ivy. | southernliving.com
Stylish Alfresco Dining
Peonies, daffodils, hyacinths, and ranunculus arranged in eclectic vases create a lush centerpiece. | southernliving.com