Happy weekend friends! I don't know that I would consider gardenia and tuberose "autumn" flowers necessarily, but what I do know is that when I find them at the market with a white arrangement already in mind, they are a must! Their aroma alone takes your breath away, not to mention the delicate and lovely texture! White is such a universal color. While it can truly be used for any occasion, I wanted to create an autumn look by mixing some amazing flowers with tallow berries and autumn leaves.
Note: For another great example of white in autumn, check out my friend Elodie's latest blog post!
Flowers: nerine lily, tuberose, gardenia, hellebore, tallow berry, autumn leaves
Begin with the berries.
Add the gardenia carefully in between. Gardenia is very delicate and gets bruised easily, so the less it gets handled the better.
Add the hellebore throughout the vase.
Now you can arrange the tuberose for some height.
The lilies add a lovely touch of softness in between (and they last quite a long time).
Finally, add the autumn leaves to lend a strong autumn feel to the arrangement.
Styling and design by Kiana Underwood Photography by N. Underwood