How To Make A Simple and Easy Floral Arrangement
I found joy in creating my son’s wedding rehearsal flower arrangements. Creating a pretty arrangement of flowers can be fun and easy. You don’t have to be a floral designer to create centerpieces for your upcoming wedding or rehearsal dinner. I know its an art in arranging flowers and that is why so many of the florist charge plenty to make them. It can be overwhelming doing your own arrangement. Here is a guide on how to making a simple and easy floral arrangement.
Step 1: What Vases To Use
The first thing I research was what type of vases are the easiest to design a floral arrangement. There are so many kinds of vases.
I found by talking to a few local floral designers the easiest and most effective visually is the 7-inch high cylinder glass vase. It’s the easiest to fill and does not require complicated cutting and designing like the lower vases as the square and oval.
- Place each stem in the vase spreading evenly around the rim starting with the eucalyptus.
- For the next flower use the largest flowers or the highest quality flower. I used a large white mum.
- Next, I added a large stem of daisies that had many flowers on it.
Practice as much as you can ahead of time before making the arrangments for your event. There is no need to get discouraged if you make a mistake or it looks slightly off. Have fun with your flowers and try different ideas. When styling your arrangement get creative and experiment with different looks to make the blooms stand out. I had to make 12 arrangements so I added each bloom in each vase place in a different way. For the greenery, I added different shapes of eucalyptus. For more flower ideas see here.
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Love this arrangement. Looks so pretty and thanks to you so easy to put together.
Thanks so much, Hope your week goes well.
Such a pretty centerpiece for this time of year. Love how easy it is to make too!
Yes, it really an easy way to make and saved so much money on my son’s event.
That is very pretty! I am awful at arranging flowers… I never know how much to trim and end up with a lopsided arrangement. Pinned.
Thanks so much, it was so easy using three stems of flowers.
The arrangement is beautiful. I really like those yellow daisies. Great tips for a good arrangement. Congratulations to your son!
Thanks so much, Jenny, it was a beautiful wedding this past weekend.
Oh! So fun, Maria! I made the centerpieces for my son’s rehearsal dinner, as well. It was a real trick… but I was very happy with the finished products. 😉
I actually missed your announcement about your link party… just went and read it. I hope you have a nice break, and enjoy your summer!
Hi Julie, I saved so much money making my own flowers arrangments, glad we think alike.
Flowers are so expensive, so it must have been nice to save $$ on the rehersal centerpieces. Good to know that 7″ vases are the easiest to use too.
Thanks so much for visiting, and for organizing this fun challenge.
Really like the color combination. Perfect for a wedding rehearsal. I have so many of those type of vases but had no idea they were the best size for flower arrangements.
Thanks so much! They were a perfect size.
What a pretty arrangement. Flower arranging is really not my thing so any help and advice is always welcome!
Very pretty! I love the color of eucalyptus.
Thanks so much, Its lasts a long time.
Congratulations on your son and new daughter-in-law’s wedding, Maria!!! How fun to be able to create their wedding rehearsal flower arrangements. Beautiful! I loved your easy to follow instructions ~ good in case my daughter ever decides to get married. 🙂
Congratulations to the happy couple,
Thanks Barbara, it was such a beautiful event and it went by so fast! many memories.
Beautiful idea! What a fun way to decorate for your sons rehearsal dinner. I love the colors and your simple tutorial. Thank you for sharing.
Thanks so much Meegan, I did love making them.
You did a beautiful job, pinned!!
Thanks for pinning the flowers, your the best!
How fun to be able to help with your son’s wedding! The arrangement turned out very pretty!
Yes, I was so happy to be able to help and make something for my son’s wedding.Thanks
Thanks so much!