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Flower Arranging

Best Flower Arranging Tips

Flowers bring a sense of calmness into the lives of people. Flowers set a tone of comfort,  happiness and peace inside a household. But, you need to make sure to arrange them well-arrainged flowers set the tone for everything to be synchronised. Well placed flowers make everything mingle and complement one another. If you are new to arranging flowers, here are some tips which will allow you to be the best.

Always trim flowers at an angle

This is a pro-tip, after cutting your flowers to your desired length, make sure that you are cutting the stem off in an angle. This provides for a larger surface area at the stem for maximum water absorption.  After, your trimming session makes sure that you place them in water immediately after. This because they might develop scabs which makes it difficult for them to absorb water.

trim flowers


Remove any foliage which is placed below the water

Placing foliage in direct contact with the water can lead to bacterial growth in the plant. This makes the plants die quicker. You can easily use scissors to cut off the excess foliage and make sure that it is the stem that stays in contact with water.

Use a clean vase

One of the most important tips that people ignore is the fact that vase needs to be clean thoroughly after replacement of every bouquet. This is because there is a lot of bacteria which floats in the water if it comes in contact with fresh flowers can contaminate the flowers. This is also one of the most common reasons that your flowers die quicker.

Refresh the water daily

This might seem like an extra step, but is one step that will prolong the length of the flowers life. Try to make sure that you change the water which allows you to remove the bacteria. If you find it difficult to remove flowers from the vase, add fresh water to the vase every day. This can allow you to have fresh-looking flowers for longer.

Use fresh local or seasonal flowers

seasonal flowers

To keep your love of flowers alive, try to mix up. Explore the market and look for fresh local and seasonal flowers. Look upon the internet for some of the most common seasonal flowers; this will ensure that your flower can take the wrath of the weather beautifying a room with its freshness.

Use unexpected elements

Arranging flowers is a personal choice and art to accomplish. You can go the non-traditional route to bring the botanical element of the garden into a vase. Add things which are blooming in your garden which will act as an addition to the beautiful flowers as well as wires to keep them together. Your mind is your limit, go creative find the mix that suits you aesthetic well.

An Angle

Latest Challenge: Mixing Floral with Southwest

Recently, I was contacted by a client with a rather strange, but exciting request. She wanted us to do a floral project for a party she had coming up in her modern Southwest style home. If you’re unfamiliar with Southwest style then just know that it’s characterized by Native American art, bison heads on the wall, intricate Southwest rug patterns, bright oranges and turquoises littered throughout, and of course all with a nod to the desert and Native American history and culture. Needless, to say it is a bit tricky to think of how to work floral into this style. I mean there’s not many flowers in the desert!

When I asked her what she was thinking for this she sent me an email detailing her ‘home ethos’. I will paste a segment of the email below (don’t worry I asked for permission :):

“Albert Hadley once said that “the essence of interior design will always be about people and how they live.” That is what I love about home decor. Whenever I walk into someone’s home, I get a glimpse of the person who inhabits the home. Not only does the interior design of a person’s home reveal aspects of that person’s character, it tells the story of their life. A shining silver statue on the shelf could be a souvenir from when that person visited Syria. A vibrant green shrub in the corner could have been a gift from that person’s grandmother. The painting on the wall could remind the person of a childhood memory. Therefore, since I believe that the interior design of a person’s home provides facets of who they are, the decor of a person’s home is extremely important to me.

Since the interior design of a person’s home is significant, when I started college, I was determined to create a dorm room that would not merely be a place to stay throughout the school year. I wanted it to be a place I would love to return to every day. Therefore, I decided to do some interior designing. I searched for inspiration on Pinterest, pinning pictures and deciding on what I wanted for my bed. Throughout my whole search, I kept certain decorating tips in mind. Be creative. Have fun. Be true to yourself. These were tips that I valued because this would be my room. No matter who gave their opinions in the end, I was the one who would be living in that room every day and so I had to be the one who liked the interior design. Additionally, I kept other advice in mind as well. Capitalize on natural light. Choose a color palette that is inspiring. Use unique pieces. Through these pieces of advice, I was able to decide on what to hang on my walls, the design of my bedsheets, and what pillows to use. Then, I could buy the materials that I wanted for my room in order for it to be designed the way I wanted.

To choose an inspiring color palette, I decided on a colorful bedspread of white, orange, and blue henna designs and blue pillows. For a unique and fun piece, I had a soft blue furry pillow as decoration. Through these pieces, I was able to create a room that was true to myself. Though these lights, bedspreads, and pillows might not have been much, it was enough for me. Each day, whenever I returned home, I was able to be in a place that I had made for myself, a place that I enjoyed being in because it reminded me of who I am.”


As you can see I had my hands full. Here’s some photos of what I came up with. Let me know what you 🙂