Center pieces – DIY Daffodils

Center pieces – DIY Daffodils

These mini daffodils are just what we all need right now to bring spring indoors! Pick up one or more 4″ potted mini daffodils at your local florist or grocery store. Take a plant and place it in a pot of your choice. (my pots are from the Vancouver company 18 Karat). I stuffed bubble wrap inside the bigger pot to steady the smaller inside pot. Then comes the fun part: finish by placing bright green reindeer moss around the plant!   At $4.00 a plant these could be a really affordable DIY wedding project for a cheery, yellow early spring wedding! Line them down a bar or buffet table. A trio would look lovely on the signing table too. Or down your dining room table in your home would be...
White Hydrangea

White Hydrangea

There is something so romantic and soft about a room full of white hydrangea. The nice thing about using hydrangea is that you don’t actually need a lot of flowers to have an impact. And I think they look stunning all massed together with a few dark green accents. But be careful with hydrangea as they are very sensitive to heat and can wilt! Hydrangea is also very unpredictable, it may last anywhere from two to six...
Roses and Carnations

Roses and Carnations

The designs below consist of pale green roses, pale green carnations (the most under appreciated flower), hypericum berries, red huck branches, and cymbidium orchids. Staying away from the typical white and red of the holiday season these have a sophisticated wintery...