How to Decorate Your Brunch with Flowers
Liven up your brunch with these creative takes on floral décor. Transform your vases for a twist on your average floral displays or step completely out of the box with a new kind of flower arrangement. These tips are sure to impress your guests!
- A Simple Touch– This is an easy way to add a floral touch to your décor. Simply place a single flower onto all of the place settings. Your guests will be pleased with their own personal flower and your table will look beautiful with the addition of the splashes of color.
- Recycled Vases– Put your empty coffee cans to good use by turning them into charming flower vases. Paint them in bright colors to help them stand out, or leave them as they are for a modern, organic feel.
- Single-Stemmed Beauties– Turn ordinary bud vases into gorgeous decorations for an elegant brunch. Decorate a bobeche (candlestick collar) with loose-hanging crystals and place it on top of the bud vase. Use the vases to display a single rose or tulip.
- Go Seasonal– Using seasonal blooms will help lend your brunch an authentic air. Also, when looking for only in-season flowers you are more likely to find flowers that are not as obvious as roses. Less commonly used flowers will help make your brunch fresh and exciting. You can display these flowers traditionally in vases or you can find more creative ways to display them, like floating them in bowls of water.
- Floral Portraits– Give your vases an exciting spin by decorating them with your favorite photos. You can use personal photos or you can clip pictures from your favorite magazines. Use a piece of paper as the base and organize all your pictures on top of it. Glue them down and then clip the paper to your vases with clothespins.
- Caged Flowers– Using items other than vases to display flowers adds a creative twist to your décor. Try a birdcage filled with flowers for a lovely and fresh centerpiece.
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Written by Jessica Bundy