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Monthly Project: March
Let’s Break it Down
To get you started, here are some categories of flower shapes with an assortment of flower types. Do an image search of some of these flowers to find out which ones speak to you. You can also lookup pictures of professional floral arrangements to see which flowers look good together.
daisy, aster, coneflower, chamomile, black-eyed susan, Gerbera daisy, thistle, mums, chicory, marigolds, dandelion
California poppy, Icelandic poppy, cosmo, anemone, primrose, hibiscus, violets, poached egg flower, rockrose
rose, peony, ranunculus, dahlia, zinnia, carnations, camelia, begonias, gardenias
tulip, buttercup, crocus, amaryllis, petunia, columbine, Mexican prickly poppy
lilies, jasmine, bellflower, Hyacinth Blue Star, starflower
morning glory, daffodil, nasturtium
allium, fennel flowers, hyacinth, lupine, bluebell, , nasturtium, yarrow, larkspur, snapdragons, foxgloves, hydrangea, lily of the valley,
rose hips, eucalyptus, olive, canary grass, fern, poppy seed pod, dusty miller, fiddlehead fern, lavender, more leaf shapes
Spend some time doing some studies on your chosen flowers, and dont forget the greenery.
Learn how to sketch several different flowers using the quick video tutorials on my Flowers Resource Page.
The container can be just as interesting as the flowers! Think about the vessel that will hold your bouquet. It could be a vase, jar, pitcher, tin can, pot, or just about anything else that can hold flowers. You could even decorate the container with a pattern, color blocking, or simple illustration.
Need some style ideas for your bouquet?