All posts tagged: Eustoma

Floristry Monday | Horizontal Design

The Horizontal Design is really similar to the Round Design with the exception of two points on the foam. I’ve observed that roses tends to last longer Eustomas, which I dislike due to it’s smell. My experience with the instructor is getting a little better, perhaps due to it being a day session instead of a night one. If you are interested, here is a youtube clip that I found while looking for a visual revision. Floristry is a series that showcases my journey in the world of flowers, to see more of those on these series, click here. 

Floristry Monday| Round Design

The fundamental of all table arrangement is the Round Arrangement. While my first lesson yielded a beautiful arrangement with a good colour balance, the same can’t be said with the quality of flowers being provided to us for the purpose of the lesson. Part of the takeaway for lesson is really understanding our limited knowledge no matter how long we have been working with flowers. Estimation plays a huge part of the arrangements, knowing how much of the stem to cut and where to put those flowers in – these took more skill than I could ever comprehend. Overall, I’m quite happy with what I’ve learnt and I am really feeling quite excited about the upcoming lessons. I love how Youtube has a great variety of tutorials for people who are starting out and this is my favourite video thus far. Floristry is a series that showcases my journey in the world of flowers, to see more of those on these series, click here.