Feast your senses on fresh flower displays for fun occasions

Flowers are an easy and simple way to refresh your home. Not only does a flower bouquet add instant style and personality to a room, but it’s a treat for your overall well-being. In fact, according to a behavioral research study conducted by Nancy Etcoff, Ph.D., of Harvard University Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital, people feel more compassionate toward others, have less worry and anxiety and feel less depressed when fresh-cut flowers are present in the home.

“Living with flowers can provide a boost of energy, happiness and enthusiasm,” says Jill Slater, flower designer for FlowerPossibilities.com. “Not only do flowers enhance the atmosphere of your house or work place, but overall they make people feel more positive. Like a relaxing spa treatment, flowers can enhance your mood and rejuvenate not only a room, but how you feel.”

Flowers are an easy way to enliven your home décor and a great way to indulge your senses. It’s proven that flowers can be a true treat and Flowerpossibilities.com offers fun ideas to display these beautiful blooms to satisfy your hunger for beauty.

Brunch bunch

Colorful and fragrant bunches of blooms can turn regular brunches into a bountiful feast for the eyes. Try using a porcelain creamer filled with lavender, freesia and mums in colorful motifs. Use teacups to enhance décor. Consider taking cupcakes with frosting, placing in the teacup, and adding a single flower on top of the fluffy frosting.

Cool carnations floral sundae

Use classic sundae glasses to create a unique treat to display. Carnations work great to mimic a real sundae’s ice cream and whipped topping. A small red rose bud tops off the theme as a faux cherry.

Bakery blooms

Use a footed cake plate or decorative plate as a base for your delicious looking flower display. Soak floral foam and shape on plate in form of a cake. Use white mums on the sides and top as frosting. Fill in the center with colorful carnations. Use ribbon and other accessories for the final touches on the cake.

Indulge your mind, body and senses with a healthy treat that will enhance your home décor. For more design ideas, visit www.Flowerpossibilities.com.

Courtesy of ARA Content

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