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.
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.
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.
Cream roses, brunia berries, pine cuttings, Dusty miller, rosemary, succulents and white hydrangeas make up this elegant container arrangement for a winter wedding. Florist: Williamsburg Floral. Planner: Sterling Events.
Start with a full, lush Christmas tree and cut the flower stems to be about 5 inches long. Stick the flower stem right into the tree towards the trunk and the heftiness of the branches will hold the flowers up. Complete the look with gifts wrapped in red, pink and floral patterned papers. Sprinkle some rose petals at the foot of the tree to bring a touch of romance to your floral tree look.
When you're ready to arrange your harvested winterberry branches, cut about an inch off each stem, at an angle. Strip off any berries that would be below the water line in your container, to help prevent bacteria from growing, and add fresh water and a floral preservative.