Spring Entertaining: Simple Party Blooms

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Simple Party Blooms

Spring parties deserve sweet arrangements that may be used on cocktail carts, vanities or they may even adorn each place setting. Once the color palate has been chosen, these lovely blooms simply bring heirloom silver, neutral plates & freshly pressed linens to life. Now is the time for a visit to local nurseries to make selections that can be planted at mailboxes, in containers or in garden beds so that as the season progresses, the blooms & greenery may be used to create florals at a moments notice. Learn how to highlight the outdoors on your next beautiful table.

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How To Make Simple Party 
Blooms 

Linens may be wrapped with a smidgen of twine or satin ribbon then finished with a flower or two for an effortless design to showcase in the center on place settings. Expect snipped blooms to last several hours without water between the twine atop the napkins. If you have a bit of extra time, these gorgeous arrangements may be prepared in about five minutes.

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The classic cocktail cart more than likely has plenty of shot glasses that in turn make the ideal container to use for miniature flower arrangements. Petite greenery & blooms from your yard ranging from creeping jenny & zinnias to boxwood, lamb’s ears, fern & honeysuckle compliment flawlessly. The bouquets may be prepared up to a day in advance.

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