When making your flower arrangement include flowers with various shapes and stem lengths. Add large, heavy flowers first turning the arrangement as you work to ensure even placement on all sides. Fill in with smaller, airier blooms, and leave enough space
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Add a Little Zest color—Halved oranges and lemons will add a fragrant, colorful pop to your centerpiece. For maximum freshness, cut the fruit then skewer the halves on floral picks or dowels and slide these into the arrangement right before guests arrive.