Incorporating berry branches into a floral arrangement looks darling and innocent.
Again, use the changing seasons to your decorative advantage.
This could be hung on branches of an arrangement like the one above.
Floating mini pumpkins! This could be a great look for the coming American Thanksgiving
Using fruit to anchor an arrangement is such a great idea. It's functional but also adds a pop of colour.
I've done this before and it's great for adding additional citrusy scent to your home as well as additional colour to your bouquet. Use 2 vases that can fit one inside the other. Slice lemons, limes, or oranges. Insert them between the 2 vases and add water!
This would be so beautiful for an informal garden wedding.
These appear to be eggs... interesting look
This vase was made out of an upside down globe light - I call them "Sesame Street Lights" ;)
What are some other non-traditional ways of displaying flowers and candles you've seen?
What are some other non-traditional objects have you seen in arrangements?
What do you think about using cups, jars, and bottles as vases? I used to use wine bottles as candle holders but stopped once I got older because it seemed too college-student-like... do you think it can pass as grown-up decor again?
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