" If I have a very decorative vase, I pair it with the simplest of flowers - a single hydrangea head, perhaps, or a couple of arum lilies. By the same token, a large, dramatic arrangement needs a container that won't compete with the flowers.
The traditional rule of using an odd number of flowers in an arrangement still stands. An odd number will result in a composition that's less regimented and has the asymmetrical randomness of nature."
~ Jane Packer ~
[Jane Packer (1959-2011) British florist, founder of the company Jane Packer Flowers and her flower schools, author of thirteen books.][Quote from At Home with Flowers by Jane Packer.]
[Pink tulips, lilacs and waxflowers in pink jug.]
[Fabric from The Village Haberdashery, fabric design Pearl Bracelets - Grape Jelly by Lizzy House.]
[Styling and photography by Ingrid Henningsson for Of Spring and Summer.]