Flower Arrangements: Winter Flower Arrangements - Martha Stewart

Winter Flower Arrangements

Kumquats and limes evoke a tropical getaway, as do lush blossoms of phalaenopsis orchids The perfumes of paperwhite narcissus and jasmine are a surefire.

Image by Kate Gray Photography - A vintage country themed Spring wedding at Eastington Park in Gloustershire with a tulip bouquet, a lace gown 8596 by Justin Alexander and bridesmaids in pastel colours

Image by Kate Gray Photography - A vintage country themed Spring wedding at Eastington Park in Gloustershire with a tulip bouquet, a lace gown 8596 by Justin Alexander and bridesmaids in pastel colours. So beautiful, love the colour scheme for a

if you're wanting any yellow flowers to match with yellow necklaces!   A really useful guide for putting your bouquet together: YELLOW

Have you ever found a picture of a bouquet and wondered, “What is that flower?” Here is a collection of flower names sorted by color. A few bouquet examples are at the bottom and so…

Take the mantra “less is more” to heart and let a single flower shine. Choose a captivating but affordable bloom from your bouquet, like these ‘Showmaster’ amaryllis, then cluster the stems in various-size vessels strewn across your tables. You’ll find that there’s beauty in minimalism -- and repetition.Calligraphy by Masako Inkyo (masako-inkyo.com).

Flowering bulbs—amaryllis, narcissus, and hyacinth among them—often cost less than regular flowers and are dramatic, even when arranged simply.

So beautiful that it hurts. Must grow some parroty tulips like this.

Orange & white parrot tulips mixed with heirloom daffodils, narcissus and little blue muscari by Amy Merrick for Studio Choo - Bride's bouquet

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