Flower ResolutionFebruary 23, 2016
Last night, we hosted a great event at The Living Room in the North End. Everyone made beautiful arrangement filled with interesting textural elements and subdued hues. We even taught the technique for how to use succulents in arrangements - shhh, it's a secret!
Our grey-green and white arrangement consisted of seeded eucalyptus and dusty miller for the greenery, white hydrangeas and roses, and succulents and billy balls for a unique touch.
Here's to beating the winter blues, one bouquet at a time!
- Seeded Eucalyptus
- 2 Succulents
- 1 White Hydrangea
- 4 White Roses
- 3 Dusty Miller
- 3 Billy Balls
- Using clear floral tape, create a tic-tac-toe grid on the mouth of your vase. Fill your vase with water.
- Snip your branches of seeded eucalyptus into shorter stems, and place them in your vase to create a green base.
- Prepare your succulents for placement in the arrangement by wiring them (learn this technique in our classes!). Set the succulents aside for later.
- Place your hydrangea into your vase.
- Strip your roses and place them into your arrangement.
- Fill in your arrangement with leaves of dusty miller.
- Place your succulents and billy balls in your arrangement.