Flowers are beautiful, and so you don’t have to overcomplicate or overthink arranging them. Although we live in an Instagram world, a flower arrangement doesn’t have to be big (or expensive) to have an impact or be post worthy. In fact, simple flower designs don’t have to be boring. Boring is optional.
Simple Flower Arrangements can be Dynamic
Here we have just two elements in this vase, dahlias & explosion grass. Although it seems simple, the element of this arrangement that takes the simplicity to dynamic is the movement of the dahlias. The buds and dahlia bloom reaching out to the right carry the arrangement to the other side of the frame.
Simple Flower Designs can be Dramatic
Tall branches immediately lend themselves to the drama department. As you see here, just three elegant peony blooms are paired with some fall colored pear branches. That’s all. Using an antique pitcher instead of a vase completes this dramatic piece.
Simple Flower Centerpieces can have Impact
The color choices in this arrangement are so bold and striking. The red velvet coxcomb pops against a backdrop of monochromatic grays and black. Placing one flower in a vase is hardly complicated, and yet this simple flower arrangement really packs a punch.
Simple Flower Arrangements a Perfect Addition
Here the gorgeous pink tulips are the perfect addition to this cozy little scene. Consider the placement of blooms, as this will help you to envision the perfect arrangement. Here just a touch of tulips is the perfect addition to this corner.
Simple Flower Designs can be Simple
The ingredients to create this striking yet simple arrangement is just four elements. Three bud vases, a couple stems of millet, 3 stems of bush ivy, and 4 stems of poppy pods. A variety of textures, vases, and heights add to the balance of this lovely yet simple centerpiece.
Simple flower designs can be many things, dramatic, dynamic, pack a punch, a perfect addition, and simple. But they should never be boring! The beauty of a simple centerpiece lies not only in the beautiful flowers themselves, but also in the simplicity of the arrangement as well. Cheers to simple flower design!
PS- You may also enjoy this post on how to create the Dahlias & Explosion Grass arrangement