Published at Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017 - 11:32:05 AM. . By Janna Nichols.
Silk Hydrangea Tip 1: A single stem in a bud vase. This idea is very popular at weddings because the flower is large and showy and because one stem fills as much visual space as a small bundle of flowers. These are perfect for intimate dining. Silk Hydrangea Tip 2: A Drop in bouquet. Take a glass or a medium size vase and drop a bundle or drop-in bouquet in it. This is a great idea for a kitchen table or an end table. The drop-ins usually have some greenery in them but this will add a nice burst of color.
Some of the most popular arrangements are: Round: sometimes called a colonial bouquet. This type has the flowers bunched together into a tight or loose cluster and can include formal or informal arrangements. Nosegay: A small round cluster of flowers, often not as dense as traditional round bouquets. It often includes more greenery and ribbon streamers. Cascade: sometimes called the teardrop or waterfall, this arrangement can give a wispy feel. Flowers with heavy blooms are arranged with flowing foliage. Biedermeier: A European-inspired bouquet with blossoms of different types and colors placed in a defined circular pattern. Heart: often seen at Valentines Day, symbolizing love and romance. It is an alternatively shaped bouquet featuring two full, arched shapes at the top, while tapering down to a point at the bottom of the bouquet. Single stem: While not technically a bouquet, single-stem arrangements have gained in popularity in recent years, as simplicity has become the trend. Single-stem designs generally feature a unique design element, such as an intricately wrapped stem (for a long-stemmed flower), elaborate bow, streamers, or a decorative lace bloom collar (for a shorter-stemmed flower) to give the design more interest and appeal. Basket: flowers arranged and carried in a shallow basket and often used in a garden-like wedding setting, most often carried by young attendants. These are the basic popular wedding flowers arrangements. They are as unique as any individual wedding.
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