Starting with a group of bronze containers,  Kellie Jackstien, Owner of Artisan Bloom, created a high-and-low composition of flowers and candles staged on low-sitting cocktail tables.

“I love to layer complementary, side-by-side arrangements and nestle them together,” she says. “You get the wow-factor of a large arrangement and the texture and depth of lower ones.”

An abundance of eggplant-hued tulips, fuchsia anemones, hydrangeas, artichokes, sweet peas, budded lilacs and tight clusters of gray-green brunia berries flourish on a backdrop of chocolate geranium leaves.

“You have to choose foliage as carefully as you do flowers,” explains Jackstien, who selected the geranium leaves for their  fuzzy texture and fragrance.

For more floral decorating tips: Florals and BranchesGlam SlamLift OffSimple and Stunning, Low and Lush, Being a Floral Designer

See more inside the Spring 2017 issue.

Written by: Brad Mee
Photos by: Angela Howard

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Brad Mee is the Editor-in-Chief of Utah Style & Design Magazine.