The scent of eucalyptus has become a desired weekly aroma in my home. It is ascetically pleasing to the eye and usually comes in affordable, big bouquets, which means a lot of greenery spread through out my space. I was inspired by a few wintry floral arrangements on pinterest and set out to find florals in deep purple and pearly white, but I wanted the foundation to be rich in the textures of eucalyptus. Below are the steps for how I achieved this simple, elegant, and wintry bouquet.
Step 1: Pick out your florals.
– 1 bouquet of assorted eucalyptus
– 1 bouquet of large purple flowers (I think mine were kale and they came in a stock of 3)
– 1 bouquet of baby’s breath or something similar
– 1 bouquet of really light pink flowers
Step 2: Place three of the large flowers into the vase.
Step 3: Add a few pieces of eucalyptus branches (about 3-4).
Step 4: Begin to add some of the baby’s breath between the large flowers and eucalyptus (about 4-5).
Step 5: Add the light pink flowers (about 4-5 stems).
Step 6: Turn the vase slowly and begin to add a few more eucalyptus branches and stems of baby’s breath.