Spring Entertaining: Miniature Flower Pot Blooms

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Miniature Flower Pot Blooms

Small flower pots are a lovely choice to showcase around your home or on beautifully set tables when southern spring entertaining is planned. Bridal teas, baby showers, Easter celebrations & Mother’s Day are just some of the social gatherings in which beautiful arrangements may be crafted in these sweet yet rustic containers. Learn how to create stunning miniature bouquets with my seasoned pointers. 

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How To Create Miniature Flower Pot Blooms

Although the charm of the flower pots are highlighted in this particular tutorial, consider other small containers such as silver sugar bowls & creamers as they will work equally as well. 

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Once a color palate has been chosen, begin by tucking a smaller container in the pot such as a shot glass then fill it with water. Snip stems low from garden plants ranging from knockout roses to azaleas so the blooms spill over the lip. Conversely, plants such as violas & pansies may be placed in the pots, if desired. Sprinkle a few throughout the entertaining space or table settings may then be personalized with a small tag, twine & a wooden pick for use as a place card.

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