I’m going to share a flower arrangement trick I’ve been using for a while when it comes to arranging flowers.
Yup, plain tape.
If you use plain tape to make a grid across the top of your vase, you can then insert the flowers or branches or foliage and get even coverage throughout the vase.
Once you place the tape, make sure your trim any overhang.
The key to this method is cutting your florals t varying lengths so that you can hide the tape grid. Place your tallest stems in the centre and work your way out.
As you go, don’t forget to conserve some foliage to help cover around the opening of the vase. It will help conceal the tape and add texture and depth to the arrangement.
Make sure you check the angles to make sure you’re covering all the gaps and tape spaces.
When composing a large floral arrangement, you want to mix shapes, colours and textures to compliment each other. In this bouquet I chose white, and pink, with large blossoms, stardusts, and tiny blossoms.
What do you think?