The continued legacy of Gypsophila is seen here in a standalone design where the elegance it typically hands down to bridal bouquets or a dozen roses is reserved for itself. This single ﬂower composition celebrates the ﬂower and the tension of its clusters and papery texture of each individual bloom. Best of all, consumers will delight in seeing this ﬂower more prominently displayed and the drama it can create when it isn’t sharing a spotlight.
Spray-paint the poly-ﬁlm covering the ﬂoral-foam bar to match the container. Sporadically arrange Gypsophila stems along the surface of the ﬂoral-foam, ﬁlling the design space from bottom to top.
Gypsophila ‘My White Cosmic’ from Danziger – “Dan” Flower Farm; 18” Raquettes Holder from Smithers-Oasis North America; stand, pillar candles and spray paint from suppliers of choice.
Of the many wonderful properties associated with Gypsophila, it continues to be a ﬂower that pairs well with almost anything, as seen here when combined with Anemones. Simultaneously, it adds another dimension of enjoyment thanks to its delicate blooms and airy texture.
Gather stems of Gypsophila into a large bunch, arrange Anemones into the bunch and tie with paper-covered wire prior to placing in vase.
Gypsophila ‘My White Cosmic’ from Danziger – “Dan” Flower Farm; Anemones (windﬂowers) from Ball SB; Bind Wire from Smithers-Oasis North America; vase and accessories from suppliers of choice.