Blue & Purple Wedding Tablescape: Arrange lone stems—a mix of full plumes and reedy stalks such as caspia and agapanthus—in vessels of various heights and shapes. Keep colors consistent for maximum impact. To make a random assortment of flowers look anything but, map the vases out first. Place the tallest shapes in the center, anchor the outer edges with medium-size pieces, and fill them in with small containers. When you're done, add a stem or two to each.
Baby's breath, goldenrod -- what's not to love about filler flowers? The inexpensive blooms are commonly used to round out arrangements, but they can also turn heads on their own. Learn how to recreate each of these gorgeous ideas yourself, or pass them on to a pro.