Arranging Flower Centerpieces: The best way to arrange Flower Centerpieces is to appreciate flowers in their natural state. If the flower is tall opens, leans etc arrange the flower centerpiece to suit its characteristic. Even if the flower is manipulated some what to fit certain of table arrangement, it is still best to utilize it according to its character. Let flower vines drape around the base of the Flower Centerpiece, leave room for the flowers to open and close. Flower Centerpieces have to fit the party or event décor or the surrounding décor of ones home. Here are a couple of ideas for Flower Centerpieces.
Modern Flower Centerpieces : For a modern look, layer two square glass vases -- one 6 inches, one 4 inches -- and float slices of tiny key limes in water between the two. Roses, peonies, Allium, Dendrobium, salvias, and geraniums burst from the top of the vases.
Classic White Flower Centerpiece:
A tall white ceramic pitcher looks country-garden special with a loose arrangement of pretty garden peonies with pink larkspur and a few wild hedge roses.
Silver Flower Centerpiece:
Low enough to allow conversation, an arrangement in a silver bowl makes an ideal Flower Centerpiece. Pink roses, Hypericum, sweet peas, and pansies are arranged in a mound, with dangling white strawberries over the bowl's edge to add a touch of the unexpected.
Tulip Flower Centerpiece:
Elegant purple tulips look shiny and sweet in an ironstone pitcher. Arrange the tulips in your hand and cut the stems to the same length. Tulips will continue to grow, so cut a little more off the bottom of the stems every day or two.