This display showcases the unrestrained beauty of hydrangeas. An armful of the flowers overflows a generous glazed-iron urn-shaped vase in an effortlessly elegant way. Tendrils of clematis winding through the blooms emphasize the cottage-garden feeling
We took all our basic vase shapes to Wild at Heart, Nikki Tibbles’ wonderful shop (institution, really) in London, and set her the challenge of making arrangements for all our different shapes and sizes.
Martha Stewart's Flower Arranging Secrets: "The little flowers were first bundled in a single bouquet bound with rubber bands, then fit into the French ceramic pot; the leaves were tucked in afterward.
Read more ideas to jump-start your spring table decor.To create a dramatic and colorful spring centerpiece, place yellow tulips in a simple vase, and anchor the blooms with lime slices. If you have a long table, arrange a few of these down the center.