Bespoke Bouquets

Twitter icon
Facebook icon
Pinterest icon

Rene Di Benedetti
Rene's Maison Des Fleurs; renesmaisondesfleurs.com

"Try to use something unexpected in your arrangement: mix two or three tropical flowers in your garden-style arrangement, such as roses, tulips, and anemones mixed with pincushion protea, and anthurium. And always try to use bold colors; people will always think your arrangements are so interesting."

 

  Anuschka Pashel
BLOOM by Anuschka; bloomdenver.com

"Our secret for creating interesting and unique floral arrangements is to always surprise our customers with an unexpected and always different, high-quality product. We like to put a fresh and modern touch to each creation, like this arrangement that we created for a client's Royal Wedding party.

Merrie Desormier
The Perfect Petal; theperfectpetal.com

"Keep it simple; less is more. Using few elements and colors makes a huge impact and is highly appealing to the eyes. Cluster the elements for even more impact."

 
  Larry Martinez and Lynne Bessette
The Twisted Tulip; thetwistedtulip.com

"Create more visual interest by using multiple layers and textures in your arrangements."

Kristin Clifford
Castle Pines Florist, castlepinesflorist.com

"Texture. One of the easiest ways to add texture and drama to an arrangment is by adding sticks. I particularly like kiwi or any blooming branch. It's amazing how quickly an arrangement can change just by adding a little texture. One of my favorite arrangements is a bunch of hydrangea with some kiwi vine; the combination of the fluffy hydrangea and interesting curls and bends of the kiwi creates a long lasting, eye-pleasing bouquet—perfect as a centerpiece or entry arrangement!"

 

Start the Conversation

Premier Resources