Mix and match sweet peas
Choose discreet pastels or bolder tones, but either way you can’t miss these butterfly flowers. For a more complete bouquet, add magenta sweet peas to hyacinths and bright pink lisianthus. Real estate property
Use wheat grass
“Bring the outdoors inside,” says Denis Porcaro of Flower Girl NYC. “Simple wheat grass adds a bright green accent: they can be cut, potted and mixed with spring flowers in pastel tone”
Using art for Inspo
Get floral inspiration from an unlikely source. Putnam & Putnam’s Darroch Putnam says more florists are looking for historic art in search of ‘new’ color palettes.
Combine button vases
Trapped on a shiny silver tray, a group of incompatible glasses (but all transparent) is unexpected, but not full. In addition, this arrangement offers each flower an individual leadership role.
Choose wild flowers
The flowers on the road can be perfectly polished indoors. Harvest several dozen and create an overflowing bouquet for the kitchen.
Pairing flowers with a birdhouse
Place your next birdhouse inside a group of clematis to organize your feathered friend’s resting place.
Create an eclectic mix
Can’t you choose just one? Become spring staples, such as poppies, daffodils and grape hyacinths, for an eclectic but visually cohesive group.
Swap vases for ginger jars
The only thing more beautiful than blue and white porcelain is to show an impressive arrangement of flowers inside.
Display a variety of colors in a pair of glass vases to light a sideboard or use as a centerpiece for the dining table.
Use unlikely containers
Check cabinets (or label sales) for whimsical glass containers, like glasses or test tubes, looking for an unexpected vase.