[ VĀSE or VĂZE part 3 ]
Anemones are one of the first signs of spring. The flowers were a deep purple. It’s very regale, so I thought it could be used as a standalone. You can use simple bottles and tie a ribbon around the bottle's neck to compliment your tablescape. Another option is to find a unique decanter, Decanters are frequently found at thrift shops sans topper. The pink hand painted decanter is from the 1800's. You can tell the hand blown decanters/glassware by the blow pipe mark/indentation on the base of the object.
Spray roses are less expensive, and you can clip them to create mini floral displays. Line these up and down the center of your table or place one at each place setting. Think about using cruets, cordial glasses or tea cups to create these minis.
Flower: Baby's Breath and Greens
Baby's Breath can be very elegant or rustic. Also, if your floral budget is minimal, check out the greens in your yard. Here I used the same bottles as above with anemones. Look at the different look the Baby's Breath creates. Then, I used port glasses and demitasse cups filled with greens to create a very rustic feeling. Maybe you have family demitasse or teacups that you never use. Put them to a new use and create a pretty floral piece. These are great for teas or showers.
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