Normally, when one thinks of autumn, pink isn't the first color that comes to mind. But, there are many flowers available in pink right now, so I thought that if I combined them with some peach and orange, I could create an autumnal piece. One of my favorite elements of this arrangement are the lovely currants I was able to find; they lend a unique and unexpected look to the arrangement!
Flowers: garden rose, spray rose, rose bud, zinnia, freesia, trailing blue currant, houseplant greens
Begin by placing the currant, greens, and the rose buds inside your vase. The rose buds look really pretty bunched together, so I kept them together to one side of the vase.
Add the spray roses. I have to say, I love spray roses - they are so pretty when fully opened and these also look lovely put together in abundance.
Add the freesia. Use these to give the arrangement some height and a look of 'disorder'!
Place the zinnia throughout the arrangement for some different shades of pink as well as texture
Save the garden roses (the focal point of this arrangement) for last. You don't need too many; they are so big and beautiful that three will do.
Take a look at your arrangement and see what else it might need to be aesthetically pleasing to your eye. I decided that I wanted to see more of the currant and another stem of my funky houseplant, so I added some more to the top right.
Styling and design by Kiana Underwood Photography by N. Underwood