Hello Dear Readers!
Welcome to another magnificent Monday Morning Blooms,
when I and my fellow Monday Morning Bloom friends,
Lidy of FrenchGardenHouse, Pam of Everyday Living, and Mary of Home Is Where the Boat Is,
present our floral creations with a common theme.
Their beautiful images are below along with their links that will bring you
to their posts where you will truly be inspired to create!
Today’s common theme is using glass containers.
An Ensemble of Flowers in Glass
Prior to shopping for flowers, I searched my cabinet of vases for a clear glass container.
I spotted multiple small glass containers that I have purchased from the Dollar Store
and thought, why not?!
I purchased my flowers and some bulbs, arranged the flowers, and placed them the dining room table.
After taking many photos like above, the floral ensemble was competing with the background
of the dining room hutch, in this particular case . . . So I moved it to another area
where just the flowers stood on their own.
Spray roses, a variety of mums, green pepper berries, and dusty miller were in a pre-selected
bouquet and I thought that would work in the small glass container and it did.
Actually, the inspiration for the ensemble of flowers and the color palette were the Anemones.
I went to Whole Foods and saw a bucket of Anemones!
Yes, unusual this early in the year for Anemones stated the floral department representative.
I found the “purple puffs” that remind me a little of the onion bloom.
In researching on my plant app I came up with no luck on the search.
So again, if you know what it is, please enlighten me!
Their stems are woody and typical of Trader Joe’s, they just label those non-flower stems, “filler”.
I was also fortunate to find both cut purple Hyacinths and Hyacinths in bulb vases.
My intent in choosing many glass vessels for this Monday Morning Blooms post
was to show you how pretty it is to have several small unique arrangements for a centerpiece
that can be used on a table for a dinner party, a casual meal, or buffet.
After your event, these pretties can be distributed throughout the house.
I so love having little vases of flowers in each room.
I can honestly say that it did not take me very long at all to create
this ensemble of mini arrangements.
Consider this medley of flowers in various glass containers something that you can easily
create for a centerpiece and thus having more time to prepare for your event
or something just for you!!
I hope you have enjoyed Monday Morning Blooms as much I have creating my little ensemble of flowers.
Now…it is time to visit my very talented fellow Monday Morning Bloom friends.
Their links to amazing floral inspiration is below each image.
I wish you a most beautiful day filled with doing things you love, with the ones you love!