How to Arrange Flowers in 9 Easy Steps
The floral arrangements are the perfect way to refresh your space and add a touch of color to the room. Learning to organize flowers is a fun way to add personality and artistic vision to your home. To help you understand the basics, we show you a simple step-by-step guide on how to organize flowers. Regardless of the size of your vase, we have tips on how to make your bouquets beautiful and professional!How to Arrange Flowers?
How to Arrange Flowers: Step-by-Step
Step 1: Gather your materials.
- Scissors: you will need scissors to cut the stems. Even gardening shears work well.
- Vase: choose your favorite vase to view the flowers.
- Plant foods: prefabricated bunches are usually supplied with vegetable food packages. Your local gardening store will also offer varieties of plant foods.
- Water – The water will keep the flowers alive!
- Flowers of your choice: for the composition you will need vegetation, primary flowers and secondary flowers.
Remove the additional leaves to create clean stems. It’s ok to leave some foliage, but remember that you’ll also have vegetation to fill any extra space.
Measure the flowers against your favorite vase and cut them to size. Make sure you cut the stems diagonally. This will allow the flowers to absorb more water and help them stay alive longer.
Fill the jar in half with water. We recommend changing the water every three days. If you use less water in the jar, you should change the water more frequently.
Pour vegetable food into the jar. It should be mixed naturally, but if it sinks to the bottom, it mixes until it dissolves.
Start by crossing the foliage to create a base. The formation of this lattice model will create a solid base for your other flowers.
Add your focal flowers, making sure they are extended. The focal flowers are the ones you want to highlight. They can be the most colorful, the largest or just your favorites.
Add one of your secondary flowers. Secondary flowers tend to be smaller and complete the flower arrangement.
Reorganize or complete if necessary. Remove the withered petals and adjust the foliage to fill in the empty spaces.