Saipua Method | Introduction to Flowers

October 7, 2016

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Saipua has easily become one of my most favorite florists, with the most beautiful and unique blooms complimenting lush draping greenery. I decided to take a little r&r during my winter break and create some beautiful floral arrangements. I signed up for Saipua’s Method Class which is a lovely introduction to floral arrangements in vessels. We got to pick from seasonal selections of soft delicate yellow poppies, the most interesting fringed purple tulips, deep burgundy but almost black ranunculus and some of the deepest burgundy scabiosa that complimented yellow cherry blossoms and the most fragrant spiral blue eucalyptus and golden eucalyptus. My creativity was flowing out creating a beautiful lush but delicate arrangement.

I fell in love playing with flowers and decided to create a little project at home in my garden this summer. There’s nothing better than being able to grow, cut and create fresh garden flower arrangements, except going to the flower market of course! Stay tuned to follow along my floral project that will begin once the ground thaws and I can start planting some seeds!