This bouquet has to be my absolute favorite out of all the bouquets I have shown you thus far! I love how the dark amber underneath creates the pop affect for the white, green, and periwinkle colors above! It’s an overall fun and snazzy bouquet, don’t you think?
I always come across problems with my bouquets whenever I don’t have the right kind of filler. The filler itself should always be a cluster of some small flower, such as regular cockscomb, fever few, queen anne’s lace, rhododendrons, spray roses, and others. Without these, I find that my bouquets become too strait and tall, and lack depth and uniformity.
|Pssst! Those aren’t actually Sunflowers, they are Rudbeckia. Please excuse the wrong label!|
|Tip #6) To ad a little pizzaz to your bouquets, try adding little accents throughout, as I have done here with the fuchsia colored Gomphrena.|
Have any of you ever come across bouquets with wild color schemes that made you think, “Wow! I would never have thought those colors could go together like they do!” ? I know I have. But every once in a while, we will be passing by the florist stand in the grocery store, and my goodness! Some of them are a little too wild for my taste!
What colors do you all like in a bouquet: the subtly sweet, or the loud and boisterous?
May the sun shine bright in your gardens today!
the eldest sister and singer