WHAT YOU’LL NEED FOR ONE LARGE ARRANGEMENT
- 2 Pampas Grass Stems
- 1 Bunch Dried Babies Breath (or Gypso)
- 1 Bunch Preserved Eucalyptus
- 5-10 stems of Bunny Tails
- 1/2 Bunch White Nigella
It is best to arrange dried flowers in groups, rather than individually by the stem.
Start with your largest bunch of flowers. This dried babies breath is perfect for holding all the other flowers and grasses in place. I cut the stem accordingly and placed it directly inside my vase.
Next, add another grouping of large flowers. I kept the eucalyptus stems together and tucked them into the dried babies breath branches.
Add the rest of your dried flowers to the arrangement. I placed the pampas grass stems on one side and allowed them to sort of cascade down. I added a few stems of the bunny tails and white nigella to the front of the arrangement and places where I felt the bouquet needed some texture and interest.
Pro tip spray your pampas grass with hairspray to prevent shedding.
Big thanks to Modern Glam for the tips on the perfect arrangement
” There are no rules here! You can also add some fresh flowers (orchids, hydrangea or dahlias) and rotate them out seasonally with anything you find at the market”