Easy spring floral arrangements
It’s definitely the easiest flower arrangement we’ve ever made. One look and you’ll think, well, i can do it! Yes, yes you can.
Here is what you will need:
- miniature rose bush
- Delicate branches
- Clear glass bowl large enough to accommodate your flora
- The water
Start with a centerpiece-worthy clear glass bowl filled with water. You can mix some flower food, just make sure it dissolves completely so you don’t have any grains swimming to the bottom of the bowl. Wipe the rim of the bowl with a dry cloth to clean the water droplets.
Cut a few miniature rosebuds from your plant. If you don’t have a miniature rose, other small-flowered varieties will also work. Gently spread out the petals to create a flatter base that will help them float on the surface of the water. Place your buds in the bowl, keeping them aside. There’s no perfect equation here – use as much or as little as you want. We thought four flowers worked well with the size of our bowl.
Next, take your tulips and gently bend them around the opposite side of the bowl. Stagger them so the flowers are at varying heights. Tuck in a branch or two for a rustic finishing touch.
Of course, you can customize it to personalize it. Swap out your favorite flowers or whatever you have on hand to create your own look. This arrangement should last a few days as long as you switch the water daily.