They flourish on social networks and flourish in our interiors. They are the dried flowers that allow us to enjoy pretty bouquets without their beauty fading.
In this tutorial I will give you few tips how to make a bouquet of dried flowers to match with your vase.
Contrary to what one might think, a dry flower is not necessarily more fragile than a fresh one, but it is stiffer. This is why composing a bouquet of dried flowers is precise and delicate work.
“Remember, your bouquet will end up in a vase, so it will be necessary to take into account the color of this one so that the association is harmonious.”
Let's talk about association
Composing a bouquet is quite intuitive but it still has few with a few rules.
First, it is advisable not to combine more than 3 different flower colors. This excludes branches of natural beige colors such as wheat or pampas, in fact their neutral color allows them to be used at will and to associate them with all the other colors.
Remember, your bouquet will end up in a vase, so it will be necessary to take into account the color of this one so that the association is harmonious.
Another important rule is the quantity and size of the flowers in relation to your vase. The bouquet must be quite full but also airy allowing each element of the bouquet to be distinguished. Do not hesitate to try several times your bouquet in your vase during its composition to familiarize yourself with the necessary quantity.
When you are happy with the final look, you will need to close your bouquet. I advise you to take raffia or string, not a ribbon that risks slipping, tie a very tight knot: the bouquet should not move.
Then cut the stems to adapt them to the vase of your choice. The visible part of the bouquet must represent half of the size of the composition including the vase.
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