DIY Geo Bouquet Style Floral Arrangement Video
from Flower Designer
Eddie Zaratsian & BloomsByTheBox

It’s time for another beautiful arrangement by Eddie Zaratsian. This arrangement is a beautiful mix of textured flowers, added shapes and soft dusty miller. The colors of these flowers are perfect for the grays of January. There are a few added benefits to this beautiful arrangement – it can also double as a bouquet! Follow the tutorial below and tell us what you think in the comments! Don’t forget to share your Geo Floral arrangement with us on social media @bloomsbythebox.

Geo Floral Arrangement How-To Video

Watch as Eddie shows you how to create this beautiful floral arrangement.

How to Make a Geo Floral Arrangement

You’ll Need…

Geometric Vase Or Ribbon
Floral Wire
Dusty Miller
Seeded Eucalyptus
Delphinium Light Blue
Left-over ornaments from your holiday decor

Prepare your Flowers 


Flowers: Carefully remove thorns and lower leaves, and cut all flower stems at an angle using floral shears or a very sharp knife.  Flowers may need time to rehydrate before arranging.

Create Your Floral Arrangements

  1. Start by collecting a group of Dusty Miller and hold stems as if you are creating a hand bouquet.
  2. Slowly add in Seeded Eucalyptus and Delphinium to fill out the arrangement until desired fullness.
  3. Use floral wire to tie stems together and cut stems to even length.
  4. At this point you can either wrap in ribbon to create a bouquet OR you can insert into the Geometric Vase and accent with Round shapes or ornaments

Polish the arrangement off by refilling the water. Display on Tabletop and enjoy your geo floral arrangement.


Want more? See more Blooms by the Box + Eddie Tutorials HERE


Flowers and Greens: Blooms By The Box
Design: Eddie Zaratsian Lifestyle and Design

Film Credits:
Production Advisor: Hrach Muradyan
Director: Anasheh Khodaverdi
Director of Photography: Narbeh Khodaverdi
Editor: Chris Damadyan
Assistant Editor: Andre Movsisyan
Make-up artists:Zare, Alina Khamanyan & Arminaallure
Special thanks to Katy Sah

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