Fun With Stephanotis From SMR
At Rittners Floral School, we take pride in teaching both classical as well as some of the more way out styles.... This design is a good case in point. It is not a bouquet, it is an arrangement!
It is a good example of what we call "Inverse Proportion Designing."
In most arrangements, flowers and materials flow upwards out of a vase. In Inverse proportion designing, we start with a container, and then have our materials cascading downwards towards the table or floor!
I like to tell our students that it is the vase arrangement equivalent of a cascade bouquet!
Of course an inverse proportion design incorporating SMR stephanotis, roses, and hydrangea along with seeded eucalyptus, gives a special touch of elegance and class to this genre of floral art........