Planning to start a business? If you have a flower garden, why not start a flower arranging business?
For one, flower arranging is a great way to showcase not just your passion about flowers, but also your passion about creating memories that one would happily remember for a long time – even when it only lasts for three days.
That being said, create memories that one would happily remember for a long time – and yes, even when it only lasts for three days – by making gorgeous flower arrangements with these styles:
In this style, freshly plucked blooms will be arranged radially – with minimal space in-between the flowers and the leaves. It’s typically done with roses, peonies, and gardenia – along with low mounds or high mounds as base platforms, as well as a 360° perspective.
In this style, leaves will play major roles – with higher placements than blooms for coordination. It’s typically done with dahlias, gerberas, and scabiosas – along with pots or vases as base platforms, as well as a droopy perspective.
In this style, the key here is putting together blooms in an oval form – with colors, shapes, and textures perfecting each other. It’s typically done with tulips, marigolds, and snowballs – along with medium-sized containers as base platforms, as well as a conspicuous perspective.
In this style, elaboration is a must by arranging blooms lavishly – with strong colors and bright hues working together elegantly. It’s typically done with daisies, carnations, and lilies – along with low-height containers and medium-sized containers as base platforms, as well as a loaded perspective.
In this leaf and branch flower arrangement, flowers are less emphasized in a triangular shape – with minimalism accentuating shapes, lines, and forms. It’s usually done with larkspur, thistle, and rosemary – along with low mounds as base platforms, as well as a graceful perspective.
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