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How to Arrange FlowersThe information in this strictly opinion based and is for strictly educational purposes only.How to Arrange Flowers Flower arranging has been a popular art for centuries and many people consider the ability to create a perfectly balanced arrangement a great skill. While styles vary across the globe many cultures seem to enjoy using floral symbolism whereby each flower or aspect of an arrangement has a specific meaning. However even if you do not have in depth knowledge about flowers or any special training in floristry you can still create a beautiful and striking flower arrangement by following a few simple guidelines. Just see Step 1 below to get started. Choose in season flowers. Choosing in season flowers will cost you less money and make your arrangement more seasonally appropriate. This is especially relevant when you are making the arrangement for a special occasion such as a wedding anniversary or special birthday party.Choose a vessel. The vessel you choose to make your flower arrangement in depends on the style you are going for. Almost any type of container can be used for a flower arrangement as long as it is suitable for the height weight and look of the flowers being used.Use complimentary colors. Color is very important when it comes to flower arrangement but there are no hard and fast rules when it comes to what color combinations work best. It will depend on the style and mood you are going for. However here are some things to keep in mindAdd some texture. Flower arrangements should not be all about the flowers though. You can add some texture to your arrangement by adding in some greenery some woody stalks or other season appropriate items.Consider the location of the finished arrangement. One final thing to consider is the purpose and location of the arrangement. Consider the color scheme and general mood of the room you intend to place it in so you can choose a design to match. You will also need to consider the amount of space available.