This article was co-authored by Jeanne Walker and by wikiHow staff writer, Sophia Latorre . Jeanne Walker is a Florist and the Owner of Fringe Flower Company, a floral design shop that specializes in weddings, special events, and daily deliveries. Fringe Flower Company, based in Walnut Creek, California, provides customized hand-tied and vase bouquets along with potted plants, succulent gardens, tulip french buckets, and wreaths. Jeanne also conducts floral design workshops and parties throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. This article has been viewed 97,282 times.
To arrange silk flowers, start by adding floral foam to the bottom of a vase or bowl to help keep your flowers in place. Next, cover the foam with moss or grass to add greenery to your arrangement. Once you’ve covered all the foam, trim the flower stems and arrange your flowers by placing a few large blooms in the center to serve as your focal point. Then, arrange the small flowers around the larger ones, and fill in the gaps between the stems with greenery, such as grass or leaves. For more advice, including how to make your flowers look as realistic as possible, keep reading!
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