Yvana Valdhi
More ideas from Yvana
Added textural elements gave this softly colored compote arrangement a stronger, bolder look. | Photo by Marsais

Added textural elements gave this softly colored compote arrangement a stronger, bolder look. | Photo by Marsais

Flowers of the Moment. From left to right, top to bottom: Pieris japonica, Protea, Pokeweed, Hypericum berries, Allium Bullet, Amaranthus, C...

Flowers of the Moment. From left to right, top to bottom: Pieris japonica, Protea, Pokeweed, Hypericum berries, Allium Bullet, Amaranthus, C...

Wild and natural arrangement with roses, peppercorn berries, roses, eucalyptus, and silver dusty miller. Flowers by Alba Roses, www.albaroses.com.au

Wild and natural arrangement with roses, peppercorn berries, roses, eucalyptus, and silver dusty miller. Flowers by Alba Roses, www.albaroses.com.au

Love this!! Definitely one of my favorites. And actually don't mind that there aren't dark colors in it this one, because it's so interesting. I think there are some peonies in there...would have to supplement. Maybe with some berry-colored ranunculus? A queen protea? Burgundy anemones? A combination?

Love this!! Definitely one of my favorites. And actually don't mind that there aren't dark colors in it this one, because it's so interesting. I think there are some peonies in there...would have to supplement. Maybe with some berry-colored ranunculus? A queen protea? Burgundy anemones? A combination?

Step 1: Select the silk flowers and greenery you'd like to use. Gather a few stems together and cut the stems so that they are even, leaving 3-4 inches of stem.

Step 1: Select the silk flowers and greenery you'd like to use. Gather a few stems together and cut the stems so that they are even, leaving 3-4 inches of stem.