Trends come and go in the floral industry, but some basic principles stay the same. One of those principles is to have an appreciation for nature and the colorful and fragrant beauty that it produces. With the arrival of spring right around the corner, there’ll be an abundance of organic materials that can be combined to make the ideal natural centerpiece. It’s important to keep the outdoors in mind when selecting everything you intend to use, from the flowers, foliage, and container.
During the wintertime, there’s no substitution to having a sweet smelling and breathtakingly beautiful holiday arrangement on your table. At this time of year, when the air gets colder and the scent of pine is in the air, a lovely centerpiece showcasing seasonal flowers and greens is one of the best ways to show your holiday spirit.
Don’t want to spend any extra money replacing your holiday centerpiece? Recycle the current pieces and use them to create a beautiful New Years Arrangement! Why waste money buying a completely new floral design? Do not throw away your old creations; just give them a makeover for the next holiday.
Tropical flowers are some of the most noticeable flowers on earth. Whether you put them into a bouquet or you use them in your hair, they will catch you eye every time. They stick out and make any arrangement look sophisticated. Orchids and other tropical flowers are beautiful additions to any room or any event. They bring a warm presence with them and they will influence the moods of people. Tropical flowers are easy to work with, they are beautiful by themselves and filler flowers or accents are not needed.
When designing your own centerpieces for your wedding, you want them to be as beautiful as possible. Finding a design that is simple and affordable but also looks nice is very important. There are hundreds of different ways to make a beautiful centerpiece.
A new trend this year for weddings is hanging centerpieces. These creations are made with different types of tree branches. These branches are where flowers, jewels, terrariums and everything else will hang from. This is a beautiful spin on the classic centerpieces and will really give your wedding or event some extra character.
I am obsessed with this million star Gypsophillia. I love the fact that I can use about 1/3 of a bunch and place the flowers anywhere I want.
Here is an inexpensive centerpiece with dollar stretching flowers. We used a six inch moss covered container ($3.70)