" If you want to place flowers in the middle of the table, make sure the arrangement is not too tall; your guests should be able to see over it easily in order to chat.
How you present flowers is up to you, but generally, the more creative you are, the more impact the arrangement will have. Instead of the usual bunch of flowers in a vase, experiment with single blooms in tumblers or eggcups, use a large bowl or even a cake stand for a pretty central display. You could even scatter petals across the tabletop. Flowers should be an eye-catching focal point, so play around with different effects and see what works best."
~ Rebecca Tanqueray ~
[Rebecca Tanqueray: British, former Deputy Editor of Elle Decoration (UK), writer on interiors and design for newspapers and magazines; author of nine books on interior design.][Quote from: Table Style by Liz Belton and Rebecca Tanqueray.]
[Flowers: Purple sweet peas.]
[Vases: Vintage bud vases from Sweden and the UK.]
[Other props: Painted wooden board and marble table.]
[Styling and photography © Ingrid Henningsson for Of Spring and Summer.]
Have a Lovely Floral Sunday!
See you next week.