We love the subtle peach tones, especially when combined with a hint of dusty pink and purple. So, with this in mind April’s recipe has been put together with a bloom heavy new romantic offering. Texture has been added with some of our olive branches whilst darker eucalyptus and leafy twigs have been used to add that ‘just picked’ feel. This one has been done as a hand tied bouquet but as you can see, it works perfectly with our small apothecary jars for a contemporary feel.
There is no specific way to style these blooms, the more natural they appear the better. A lot of them will need cutting down to fit the vase, do these individually so that each one works within the arrangement. The white rose spray (TPH19562) can be cut down but then pulled three ways, this should be used as a starting point and then fill the gaps with greenery and flowers. Try and tease the longer stems out over the side of the arrangement so you don’t have them all clumped into the middle. The beauty of something so unstructured is that you can create this arrangement or you can add more or less to it to fit your own vase.
1 x White Rose Spray (TPH19562)
2 x Traditional White Rose (TPH18963)
1 x Autumn White Hydrangea (TPH19068)
2 x Coffee Cream Dahlia (TPH19742)
1 x Peach Peony Rose (TPH19740)
2 x Olive Spray (TPH19628)
3 x Variegated Leaf Spray (TPH19605)
2 x Silver Dollar Eucalyptus (TPH20545)
Vase: Small Apothecary Vase (TPH18903)