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SIMPLE VALENTINE’S DAY ARRANGEMENT

Pink roses, red carnations, leucadendron, and seeded eucalyptus via @thouswellblog

Flowers are an integral part of any Valentine’s Day celebration, but I wanted to bring a fresh twist to the classic bouquet of (overpriced) roses this year and add a range of warm hues to the table with burgundy leucadendron, red carnations, and dramatic seeded eucalyptus. To keep the arrangements low to the table, I used small, amber bubble glass votives, currently on sale at west elm. The pale pink roses are a traditional choice for Valentine’s Day, but the red carnations add a bit of flair, and bridge the contrast between the dark leucadendron and the pale roses. The soft green of the eucalyptus balances it all out, bringing a complementary color to the predominately red and pink table. It also adds a great shape to the arrangements, bending out of the vase on each side. What’s your favorite Valentine’s Day flower?

Pink roses, red carnations, leucadendron, and seeded eucalyptus via @thouswellblog
Pink roses, red carnations, leucadendron, and seeded eucalyptus via @thouswellblog

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