8 Steps For An Easy Flower Arrangement

Today we’re showing you how to create an easy flower arrangement in our brand new Brass Ally Vase. For this arrangement we used Silver Dollar Eucalyptus, Seeded Eucalyptus, Wax Flowers, Stock and Roses. We recommend using a flower frog for this arrangement but if you do not have one you can use tape to create a grid pattern on the opening like we did (this keeps your stems in place).

Step 1

Place a flower frog in your vase and fill vessel with water or you can use the grid method mentioned above (I only had red tape on-hand but if you use a clear or green floral tape it will blend right in).

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Step 2

Start your arrangements framework by placing the Eucalyptus branches off-centered on the front left, front right and back right (It should look like an upside down tripod).

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Step 3

Fill it with more greenery to create the base for your flowers.

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Step 4

I wanted more height in the area on the back right so I added another taller branch.

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Step 5

Continue building your base with some Wax Flowers.

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Step 6

We choose a white Rose, light pink Roses and a blender Rose (meaning at least two colors) for this arrangement. I Started adding in my largest Rose stems first, alternating heights.

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Step 7

Next, I added my light pink Roses. I placed them at varying heights, allowing the Roses on the sides to be higher the the ones in the middle to add depth.

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Step 7

I added my blender Roses where I wanted to blend the white and light pink Roses and to add more depth. I filled in bare areas with more Wax Flowers and used a little bit of Stock to add interest. Finally, I edited my Seeded Eucalyptus by trimming some of the leaves to expose more of the seeds for texture.

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I hope you enjoyed this little step-by-step arrangement. If you are interested in seeing more of these tutorials leave us a comment!

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Photo Via:  Erica Lee Photography