flower arranging 101.
by victoria comment


flower arranging 101. / sfgirlbybay

one of my favorite foodie websites, food52 is also a great resource for entertaining and decorating. everything food52 styles and shoots i find most inspiring, including three blog posts they just published on easy spring floral arrangements, including tips on trimming your flowers so they last longer and arranging like a pro (always helpful!). these are super simple, but so pretty. i’m also a big fan of their ‘one of a kind’ shopping section, where i’ve found great vintage pieces, like these french preserving jars and amber apothecary jars, which would make for nice floral vessels, wouldn’t they? spring has sprung!

fresh cut flowers in apothecary jars / sfgirlbybay

purple flowers in glass jar / sfgirlbybay

blue and green flowers in glass jar / sfgirlbybay

green flower buds in white vessel / sfgirlbybay

pink and purple spring flowers in white vase / sfgirlbybay

green succulent in glass jug / sfgirlbybay

• photos courtesy of food52.

5 responses to “flower arranging 101.”

    • I think they’re called Alliums – cool, huh? The article says:

      “There are hundreds of species of alliums—including, of course, edibles like garlic, scapes, shallots, and leeks—so you’ll want to ask a florist for the fragrance-free type that grows long, strong, and curly like these.”

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