10.4.10

{how to: a classic english hand-tied bouquet}



. . . after happening upon the enormous bouquet of pink peonies in erin fetherston's paris apartment in a past issue of domino, have fallen in love with cylindrical vases, which can sometimes be a little difficult to use due to their width, and so was delighted to discover southern living's step-by-step instructions for a classic english hand-tied bouquet, which includes arranging the stems in a spiral and fastening with florist tape beforehand . . .

{images: southern living}

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15 Comments:

Blogger Ms. Wedding Crasher said...

Thanks for this article! How delightful! Love your blog!

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April 09, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wowow.. when i get married, I would want the exact same flower arrangement for my wedding.. Lovely...truly lovely...thanks for sharing!

April 09, 2010  
Blogger Ashleigh said...

Great post, beautiful arrangement!
What is it about fresh flowers that brighten the home? I have a house full after Easter & I love it. The rooms feel alive.

April 09, 2010  
Blogger Ashleigh said...

Great post, beautiful arrangement!
What is it about fresh flowers that brighten the home? I have a house full after Easter & I love it. The rooms feel alive.

April 09, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks for this! my friend is thinking about doing her own flowers for her wedding in june -- i forwarded her the tutorial!

April 09, 2010  
Blogger Author in the making: said...

cool, i love the colours used xxxx

April 09, 2010  
Blogger Sanity Fair said...

Those is absolutely one of my favorite looks for flowers: maximum oomf, minimum effort. And you can't beat it for showing off the flowers to their best advantage without worrying over vases. Thanks for the how-to!

April 09, 2010  
Blogger Carly Anne said...

Oh! I'm loving the wide vase-I recently tried something similar with a vintage ice-bucket. It creates such a fantastic look.

XO
Carly

All this is Grace and Charm
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April 09, 2010  
Blogger vicky h. said...

love all the different flowers and choice of color in this bouquet!

this wil truly brighten up any day!

xox
Bikinis & Passports

April 09, 2010  
Anonymous Ludmila {CreamyLife.com} said...

o gorgeous arrangement! Thanks for sharing! xo

April 09, 2010  
Blogger Jane Flanagan said...

Just stunning! Thanks for sharing & have a lovely weekend!

April 09, 2010  
Blogger This Little Piggy Likes Pretty said...

These are so beautiful! Inspires me for spring:)

April 10, 2010  
Blogger Twenty Two Flamboyant Street said...

How beautiful - would love to create one just like it.

April 10, 2010  
Blogger Sarah Klassen said...

What an artistic and graphic way to arrange flower -- how lovely. I will have to try this...I'm working with a floral designer -- re-working her branding and website, and can't wait to take photos with her...I will print this idea off. Thanks, Roséline!

You never cease to inspire, even with the tiniest, glamorous and elegant touches...

xo

April 10, 2010  
Blogger Ashley Schott said...

Oh my goodness I'm so excited to learn this!!!! Thank you so much for sharing:)

April 11, 2010  

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