Fun With Spring Flowers
The same trick that we mentioned on page two also works well with other floral expressions.
Here is an exmple of using the same design trick in what floral designers call a "long and low arrangement," in other words, a horizontal vase arrangement.
The contents here are quite similar to those in the last example. This design incorporates roses, carnations, and daisy poms.
To create a more upscale feeling some allium and lilacs are also used. These are some of the additional spring flowers sent by Blooming of Beloit.
Once again, although it is subtle and not all that obvious, the use of viburnum helps to draw all the parts of the design together unifying it nicely. It also allows a polychromatic mix that doesn't seem overly "off the wall." This design can be constructed as you see it in the photograph. It could also be created without the use of candles. We consider the candles to be purely decorative.
The following pages contain still photographs of a variety of very neat designs incorporating Blooming of Beloits' wonderful flowers from Israel.
Click on Page four below to continue exploring this part of the gallery!