Creating fabulous flowers that celebrate the seasons is as easy as looking outdoors, not only for inspiration, but for materials. These collected materials combined with fresh cut flowers from the market will provide you with never-ending inspiration to create in-season arrangements for your next special occasion or to brighten up your home by bringing the outdoors inside.
Al Fresco Florals
A wildflower garden inspired arrangement is ideal to celebrate the late summer season. The combination of cut flowers (daisies, marigolds, sunflowers) mixed with variegated foliage, eucalyptus branches, and wildflowers makes for a relaxed arrangement set in a large mason jar for an equally relaxed presentation.
A wildflower garden inspired arrangement is ideal to celebrate the late summer season. The combination of cut flowers (daisies, marigolds, sunflowers) mixed with variegated foliage, eucalyptus branches and wild flowers makes for a relaxed arrangement set in a large mason jar for an equally relaxed presentation.
Citrus Gerberas with a Twist
A simple arrangement of a single type of flower can become a whimsical centerpiece that is refreshingly simple to create. The varying colors of daisies add layers to an otherwise monochromatic arrangement and the addition of citrus fruits brings a natural bright element and texture to centerpieces.
Fall in Love
A romantic expression of love in pinkish-orange colors of Fall is captured in this lovely bouquet of cut garden roses with hydrangea unexpectedly accented with cabbage florets. This style or arrangement can be created any time of the year by using other surprising elements from the garden, or even the grocery store.
Carefree Garden Party
This very loosely arranged centerpiece celebrates the summer season with a combination of large leafed foliage, fresh cut delicate blossoms,and store-bought fruits. This ultra-casual-style centerpiece adds a carefree feeling to a simple lunch under a blue sky or dinner under the stars (or just the feeling of one).
Flower & Herb Garden
This elegant spring flower and herb garden inspired pavé-style arrangement is ideal as a centerpiece because of its low height. Using lightly scented or unscented flowers for table centerpieces is preferable in dining table centerpieces as to not overpower your guests’ enjoyment of the meal. The addition of mint sprigs as a filler element adds a whimsical culinary take to the classic rose and peony composition.