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).
....Paperwhites are very fragrant ...the color is crisp...grown close together the shafts add presence...ambiance is joyful. In this hour, I do not believe that any darkness will endure.” ― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Return of the King
hand tied cascade bouquet is tied with gold, blush and lace ribbons. Stems of ranunculus in shades of orange, peach, coral and pink, orange and green parrot tulips, narcissus (which not only look pretty but also smell amazing), and sprigs of citrus blossom and eucalyptus were used to make this pretty bouquet. The cascade style and fluffy ranunculus make the bouquet pretty and feminine. <3 the cascading ribbons and greens Designed by Finch & Thistle Event
Kumquats and limes evoke a tropical getaway, as do lush blossoms of phalaenopsis orchids (available at many supermarkets). The perfumes of paperwhite narcissus and jasmine are a surefire pick-me-up. As you make the arrangement, insert the sturdy citrus branches before adding the delicate flower stems. For a final touch, let some jasmine trail down the side.