Thursday, October 27, 2011

Tall Centerpieces

Ever see a large-scale arrangement and wonder how many stems you would need to order to create a similar look? Let’s have a little fun…take a look at the arrangement of French tulips by Stoneblossom (below) and guess how many stems were used. I’ll give you the answer at the end of the post…

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image via Stoneblossom

More amazing tall designs…

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image via Sarah Rhoads Photography

320254_166809910061495_145761328833020_332841_6008088_n hacman floral

image via Hacman Floral

cairnwood_wedding_326 justin marantz photo

image via Justin and Mary Marantz Photography

cherry blossom white lilac inc

image via White Lilac Inc.

Illuminated Bitterwseet Tying the Knot hilary miles flowers

image via Hilary Miles Flowers

IMG_2285 jessica's country flowers

image via Jessica’s Country Flowers

DSC_0304  white lilac

image via White Lilac Inc.

jill-00789-753x1023  the flower house dot com

image via The Flower House

karamarc308 beautiful blooms

image via Beautiful Blooms Events

Modern-head-table-wedding-flowers karen tran

image via Karen Tran and Darin Fong Photography

Purple-magenta-wedding karen tyran

image via Karen Tran and Pam Scott Photography

(answer: each centerpiece by Stoneblossom has 110-120 stems of French tulips)

How close did you get with your guess?

Happy Thursday!

4 comments:

Erratt Family said...

I guessed 97 - so not too far off...

Shannon/Flourish said...

I was pretty far off! I guessed. 85. I had a bride bring that same picture in to a consult. "I want something simple and elegant. Like this:" *hands me the picture* Ha-Ha!

Mimi said...

I guessed 100. I knew it was a lot to get that stunning look. I could have used those beautiful images of those orange centerpieces this month during my participation in The Nesting Place's 31 Day Blogging Challenge. I did 31 Days of Orange.

hailey Bernstein, Zest Floral and Event Design said...

Loved this post. I'm always looking for new tall centerpiece inspiration. It's easy to get stuck using the same vases, design shapes, etc. Thank you!