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Tori Spelling is stopping by to talk about the new WeTV show she’s appearing in, David Tutera's CELEBrations, and is also showing you how easy and affordable it can be to make beautiful flower arrangements for your next spring gathering!
No. 1: Easy and Affordable Teacup Flower Arrangement
This seriously could not be easier. Find a pretty teacup and saucer, fill the cup with water, then snip a flower off its stem and float it in the water in the teacup! So easy, so affordable and so elegant.
Tip: If you don’t live near a flower market, why not just visit your local grocery store? And Tori says that even carnations would look great in this presentation.
No. 2: Simple Bud Vase Arrangement
Tori shows you how to easily use one showstopper flower surrounded by greenery or even herbs to make an elegant display in a bud vase.
Tip: Make your own “flower food” to nourish your arrangement with sugar, aspirin and water.
No. 3: Glass Jar Arrangement
For this arrangement, Tori starts with a jar (any time of kitchen jar, like jelly jar, will do) which she fills with water. She adds larger flowers like hydrangeas, as well as greenery, to make a bountiful display. She tops off the look by tying a gauzy scarf around the jar and draping beads throughout the flowers.
Which of these arrangements are you most likely to try making? Share below!