How to Make a Trailing Arrangement with Gold Stand

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Keeping on trend, we are reaching new heights for this week's live demonstration incorporating trailing greenery, seasonal flowers and a touch of rose gold into the design. This arrangement is ideal for a wedding or event. 

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Step by Step Guide

  1. Prepare your container, soak the floral foam and condition the flowers before you start working with them. 

  2. Start by adding the greenery (Asparagus Sprengeri) to create a collar in the floral foam at an angle to create a cascade appearance. 
  3. Add some of the greenery to the body to carry the theme all the way through. 

  4. Cherry pick the dendrobium orchids that have a natural curve to give a cascading appearance and add to the arrangement and continue up to the body of the design. 
  5. Next, add the roses to the design for colour and fragrance. Adding to the body and cascading, similar to the dendrobium orchids. 

  6. Add the spray roses to add colour definition and reinforce the depth of the pink colour palette. 
  7. Finally, fill in with the asparagus sprengeri, along with rose foliage (as long as conditioned well) to the arrangement to reinforce the shape.