Put the floral filler from your grocery store bouquet to good use by editing it out and creating your own baby’s breath arrangement. Once the baby’s breath is removed from the flowers, cut it to size and shape it into a ball inside of a vessel.
Fresh-cut flowers are a must-have for any kind of soiree; however, flowers can get very pricey. Give your event a similar look with potted floral, which can be used well after the party ends by either keeping it in its vessel or by planting it in the ground.
No table setting is complete without flowers. Opt for readily-available flowers and keep the arrangements simple and unobtrusive. Here, white and dual-toned cream and pink roses are placed in low cube vases and small apothecary bottles.
Patterns abound in this blue and white bedroom. White bed linens and a white headboard allow the floral wallpaper and blue carpet to stand out as the stars in this room. Striped curtains add a sense of height to the room.
Add an extra layer of creativity and color to your floral arrangements by placing fruit wheels inside of decorative vessels. To do this, you’ll need two vessels slightly varying in width. Place the smaller vessel inside of the larger one; then fill the gap between them with 1/4-inch slices of oranges, limes and lemons. Then add water once they’re in place. The innermost vessel will be used to house your featured floral.
Floral elements are often the most expensive part of tabletop decor; however, supermarket flowers can look chic with the proper editing. To create a white-on-white floral centerpiece that's elegant and cost-effective, choose different species of white flowers ranging in a mix of shapes and textures, then edit out any filler such as baby's breath or leaves. Bunch the different species together in a well-balanced range of heights, then place in a mix of different vessels.
Add another layer of decoration to your floral centerpiece by placing two vessels, one slightly larger than the other, inside of each other. Next, fill the space between the vessels with fruit cut into wheels using a paring knife. Add water to both vessels; then place your flowers inside of the innermost one.