Simple Arrangements Make a Big Impact

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May 17, 2017

 

It’s been said that good things come in small packages. The same could be said for minimalistic floral arrangements. This approach to customizing flowers for an event may be modest, but the result is both elegant and beautiful. Each individual detail of these sophisticated centerpieces will capture the attention of your guest and leave an everlasting impression. 

Photo credit Josh Baker

Photo credit Josh Baker

Whether it’s a gala, company party or conference—you can make a big impact for any event with fewer flowers on the table. It’s important to keep in mind the personal style, color palette, and established vision of the event. For instance, the vessel should complement the venue and help decide which flower will make the biggest impact in each centerpiece. Take a fuchsia orchid for example, it always captures the eye with its vibrant color and sculptural elegance. A selection of different colors, textures, or structures add another layer of impact.

Photo credit Josh Baker

Additionally, a little trick to a creating visual effect is by utilizing repetition. Group single vases in a repeating order to give an extra wow factor to the table. This effect is visually pleasing and creates its own special moment for your guests. 

Photo credit Josh Baker

Remember, when people sit down at an event, they want to feel connected to what has been created for them. The personal detail is what really captures your guest’s attention. Just because you’re using a minimalistic floral arrangement does not mean that your event will be any less sophisticated or memorable. It is often the simple and elegant designs that leave the biggest impression on your guests.

Marcela Bogado Dhar is the founder of a luxury, floral, and event design company Malleret Designs, based in Austin, TX. Marcela thrives when coming up with fresh, creative ideas to bring a vision to life through the art of floral design. Truly an expert in her field, Marcela has executed hundreds of events for not only brides, but also social and corporate clients like Blanton Museum of Art and Thinkery. Photo credit Lisa Hause Photography

 

 

 

 

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