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White and Green Compact Arrangements

White and green is a very elegant color combination. It is SO diverse and can be the perfect choice for many occasions. From Sympathy to a sophisticated birthday arrangement these combinations are a great option.

In the arrangement below white gerbera daisies, green dendrobium orchids, white stock and a mix of foliage are used to create a more garden feeling white a Victorian under tone.

Second we have a twist on the white and green arrangement. YES there is color added in! So how can it be a white and green arrangement? Well I guess it is not! BUT still lovely. Purple and green Kale is the main focus in this arrangement with black ti leaves adding a touch of dramatic. White and green tulips are accented by the loops of curly willow to finish off the arrangement.

Last but not least we have a texture gold mine! Petal less sunflowers are combined with green and white dendrobium orchids to create a striking arrangement! This style is a tight compact arrangement where the texture is key. I love this idea for my bedside table personally!


Tropical Sympathy

I do not get to do a lot of wreathes based on their cost. They start at $150 for a small wreathe. This was a nice exception. I love to use tropical flowers for sympathy flowers because they are stately and very elegant. The textures are amazing in this wreathe!

Bright Birthday Flowers!

This arrangement is a perfect arrangement for a birthday! A six inch bubble bowl is filled with a tall compact arrangement which makes it more like a traditional arrangement. Roses, ranunculus, garden spray roses, lilies and rolled ti leaves. Aqua gems are in the bottom of the vase for a pop!

Hospital Flowers

In just two weeks I will be providing Orange Coast Memorial Medical Center in Fountain Valley with fresh flowers and plants for the gift shop. I am looking forward to working them!

There will be arrangements ranging from $10 that will be available to purchase.

These are the arrangements I delivered to the hospital with my proposal.  I was among the three top contender and chosen as the winner!