Hydrangeas are a lovely and versatile flower. Not only do the buds come in a variety of shapes and sizes, but they have amazing color variation, as well as the ability for individual varieties to change color throughout the growing season. They are a staple of floral design for many, many florists. I thought it would be fun to use some green-colored hydrangea (with a pinkish tinge) to put a large arrangement together in a relatively small vessel. In this DIY, I have used a lot of greens to complement the grandeur of the hydrangeas, and of course, garden roses are a must with any lush floral arrangement!
Flowers: green foliage (any type), hydrangea, spray roses, garden roses
Begin with the green foliage
Add the hydrangea. If you don't want to have an asymmetric arrangement, you can put them all around the vase. I like asymmetry, and so filled one side of the vase only.
Add the spray roses in between the hydrangea
And add garden roses and more spray roses where there are any empty spaces
I love the natural look and colors of this arrangement. When I think of a garden floral piece, this combination truly fits the mold!
Styling and design by Kiana Underwood Photography by N. Underwood