This is a very simple arrangement using grapes to hold the flowers in place.  I used champagne grapes and a drinking glass.  If you are going to use this arrangement on a table, I suggest using a small glass so the flowers don't get too high, making it difficult to see over them.  

Materials:

  • drinking glass 1/3 filled with water
  • scissors
  • small bunch of grapes
  • 3 - 4 flowers with stems cut down
  • 2 green leaves ( I used asplenium crispy wave leaves )
  • extra greenery as needed - I used some ferns and leaves that I found outside 
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Start with your drinking glass and add water enough water to fill it 1/3 of the way

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Lay the first bunch of grapes across the length of the glass. It is easier to balance if you use a a section of the bunch that has grapes on both sides as shown above in the picture.

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Add another bunch of grapes, crossing in the opposite direction.  Continue laying the grapes in opposite directions until the majority of the top of the glass is covered.

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Add your flowers to the arrangement and start with the biggest blooms first so you can place them accordingly.

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Finish by adding the smaller flowers and the the greens leaves to balance out the arrangement. 

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