How do you actually make flower arrangements? The question I ask myself pretty much since the time when I started to increasingly explore the topic of gardening, flowers, nature, etc. on Instagram (and generally IRL too). Mixed into to the most beautiful images of bouquets and cottage gardens that appeared again and again in my feed, were extremely creative and artistic flower arrangements that had nothing to do with the ones I remember from my school days. Far and wide no unsightly, poisonous-green plug sponges, no trace of narrow and dated arrangements… On the contrary, these arrangements were a real flower explosion and the individual branches, flowers and blossoms seemed to stand upright in bowls or urns as if by magic. Hard to believe? The best examples of this are Beata Kascha, Leigh Chappell, or Willow Crossley to name only a few.
So how do you make floral arrangements like these? Quite simply, with a so-called Flower Frog! Just put the Flower Frog into the vase or in this case into the bowl (for this bouquet I chose a round Flower Frog with a diameter of about 6cm) and put one flower after the other into the Flower Frog. No matter if flowers, leaves or small branches, there are really no limits to your creativity. Here you can see how this bouquet was put togehter.. Here you can see how this bouquet was made.