Some Amazing Sympathy Arrangements

I create a wide range of designs from week to week and last week I had a large order for five sympathy arrangements from one of my clients. Sympathy arrangements can be very difficult to create since they are large and require a lot of details. These are some of my favorite that I have created lately.

There were two wreathes, one in a mix of white and greens and one that was created from yellow and green flowers. I love the textures that are in each of these arrangements; it adds SO much to the overall look. You may not be able to tell by the pictures, but each of these wreathes measured 36 inches in diameter and stood on a 5 ½ foot easel.

The first wreathe is created from Queen Anne’s lace, viburnum, roses, Asiatic lilies, dusty miller, statice and china mums.

Next, this wreathe was created from looped yellow and green leaves, Asiatic lilies, pale yellow stock, viburnum and touches of kangaroo paw.

There were also three large urns. Each of the these urns are VERY large, please see the last two pictures for size reference!

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2 comments so far

  1. Miriam Somoano on

    Jackie, the wreaths are beautiful and LARGE, the green looped leaves (I think Ginger or varigated ti leaves) work is very dramatic and interesting, loved it!!! even in the pictures I can see the depth in your designs, great work!

    • floraldesignbyjacquelineahne on

      Thanks Miriam! I love the Ginger leaves in the wreath….. like you said the depth that was created was well worth the high price of the ginger leaves (right now they are double the cost of ti leaves! ). Thank you for all your positive comments! It means so much to me! 🙂


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