Last weekend I took the DIY Floral Arranging workshop at Botany Floral Studio. As with the other workshops I've taken there, it was a ton of fun and there was an amazing selection of flowers to choose from. In this class we each got to make two arrangements. The one pictured above is a wild ikebana-inspired arrangement in a footed bowl (I used a flower frog) featuring gigantic burgandy-green ranunuculus, super green roses, guelder roses, and scabiosa pods.
My other arrangement was a bit more in line with my usual tastes, pretty pastels in a white pitcher. In this arrangement I used: parrot tulips, sahara roses, guelder roses, scabiosa pods, a white hydrangea, pale pink ranunculus (these bloomed huge and had fringed petals), as well as some branches and greens.