Updated: Feb 8, 2020
A romantic and feminine table decoration made in this years colours from Pantone, soft pastel blue named Serenity and pale pink named rose quartz.
Cut the blue coloured birch branches in smaller pieces.
Stick these in a floral foam base that is soaked with water that is enriched with floral food. Create a round shaped base, the height is not half domed but slightly flattened.
The spiky ends of the birch will contrast nicely with the softer and rounder shapes of the flowers.
Divide the flowers over the total arrangement; process the flowers per variety to ensure a nice and even dividing.
Be careful with the softer stems of the ranunculus and tulips, if it is hard to insert these in the floral foam. You can always make a small insertion with a slightly thinner stem and than put in the softer and thicker stem of the tulip or ranunculus.
As an accent a few Muscari flowers are added with their long stem trailing over the arrangement. They are secured with a small wire.
Olga’s choice idea was to create a romantic arrangement with a twist. By flattening the biedermeier arrangement a more modern looking arrangement is created. The reflection of the silver dish gives the arrangement an extra dimension.