Happy Thursday! Today we are sharing with you, thanks to Anthology Co. + Gianny Campos Photography, how to make a Dutch inspired floral arrangement, perfect for your summer table (or centerpiece if you so choose…). We love all the loose blooms in this one. Let’s see how they did it…
Flowers Used (Above):
Camellia leaves, Mint, Ranunculus, Tulips, Bleeding hearts, Snow Drops, Clematis, Daffodils, Muscari
Step 1: Place the floral frog in your vase of choice and add water to about 3/4’s the way.
Step 2: Begin adding greens as a base for your arrangement in a zig-zag fashion creating different heights and covering as much area as possible. Creating an intertwined base with your stems will help hold your flowers in place.
Step 3: Add your larger blooms in clusters filling in the empty spots within the greenery.
Step 4: Continue to add accent flowers such as Tulips, Bleeding Hearts, Snow Drops, Clematis, and Muscari to your liking, giving them various heights to achieve more movement – remember to have fun!
*Photos above to give you an idea on the progression of where flowers were added
So pretty for summer!
If you make your own Dutch inspired arrangement using these steps or supplies, we’d love to see how it turns out, so please share on Instagram along with the hashtag #GreenWeddingShoesDIY. We’ll regram our faves!