A bold bouquet of dried flowers in a statement vase

Because 1 + 1 = triple autumn fun

A dried flower bouquet in the house gives you endless pleasure. And a dried flower bouquet inspired by autumn in the Kink vase by Muuto? That can make your flowers even better than you were expecting. Read on for the bouquet recipe for your this gorgeous dried flower bouquet. 

A bold bouquet of dried flowers in a statement vase | funnyhowflowersdothat.co.uk
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You will need

  • Hydrangea
  • Dill
  • Clematis seed
  • Amaranthus
  • Craspedia
  • Helichrysum
  • Phalaris
  • Broom
  • Lagurus

How to make it

Working with dried flowers is different to working with fresh flowers. As the flowers are dried, they are more fragile and can easily break or tear. Take your time and choose a workplace where you have all the space you need to make the bouquet.

Place the flowers next to each other on the table and think about the emotions you want to portray, and also make use of the characteristics of the stems. A straight, upright stem works well in the tall part of the bouquet, a fan-shaped stem with leaves or a hanging plume looks good on the sides to make the bouquet more rounded and soft.

Arrange the bouquet however you like, adding in any loose stems at the end to finish it off. Make sure to look at it from all angles, to make sure it looks good in 3D. Plenty of autumn joy is guaranteed when you're done. 

More, more, more autumn inspiration?

Are you also looking forward to autumn and the beautiful colours of the season? Then perhaps this harvest bouquet is up your street! Or embrace autumn with a garland of flowers. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest and show us how your bouquet turned out with the hashtag #funnyhowflowersdothat.