A Colorful Bunch
Newly arrived in our flower market, a bounty of bunches is adding color around the autumn home. Dried or preserved for long-lasting appeal, these grasses and blooms are the perfect accent for wreaths, garlands, centerpieces, and more. We also love mixing them with fresh cuts and foraged finds for truly one-of-a-kind displays. Recently, we gathered some of our favorite bunches and vessels to create the trio of autumn bouquets above. Read on to get the looks.
1. The bright blooms of preserved Indian Paintbrush are the centerpiece of this arrangement, infusing it with vivid orange. A spray of dried broomcorn adds texture, while fresh crimson leaves and feathery grasses evoke the autumn landscape. A Straight Cylinder Terrarium doubles as a streamlined vase that lets the bouquet take center stage.
2. A collection of Inkwell Bud Vases and Alabaster Bud Vases showcase tiny, invidual snips of Globe Amaranth and meadow grasses. In clean pastels, the petite vases complement the pale pinks, greens, and creams of the botanicals.
3. Bold and wild, this large-scale arrangement begins with a vintage-inspired Zinc Florist's Vase. Tall Nigella pods bring dramatic height, while crimson Celosia offers deep, velvety color. We rounded out the bouquet with sprays of dried grass and pale green Queen Anne's Lace for delicate texture.
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