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5 Ways to Bring Flowers to Your Next Gathering

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5 Ways to Bring Flowers to Your Next Gathering

Katie Schur

You don’t have to spend a lot of money or know a lot about arranging in order to brighten someone’s day. Think outside the "vase" when bringing flowers to your next gathering with friends. We’ve rounded up a list of ideas to help get you started:

1.     Poppies and Bachelor’s Buttons in a Sparkling Water Bottle

 Tea for two? We brightened up a cloudy afternoon with some orange spice Tazo tea and Effies oatcakes.

Tea for two? We brightened up a cloudy afternoon with some orange spice Tazo tea and Effies oatcakes.

2. Red Lily in a Wine Bottle

 Gather your friends together for a wine and/or cheese tasting. 

Gather your friends together for a wine and/or cheese tasting. 

3. Purple Chives in a Beer Bottle

 We created this quick arrangement to have something on the table for our Father’s Day BBQ. Chives are in season in New England in June!

We created this quick arrangement to have something on the table for our Father’s Day BBQ. Chives are in season in New England in June!

4. Nasturtiums with Deviled Eggs

 Try putting flowers on your plate. If you’re taking a dish to a potluck, the bright colors will attract people right to your plate. Remember not all flowers are edible. Nasturtiums are our favorite way to add color and a peppery kick to pasta, salad or an app (like deviled eggs!).Check out Miche Bacher’s book  “Cooking with Flowers”  to get even more ideas.

Try putting flowers on your plate. If you’re taking a dish to a potluck, the bright colors will attract people right to your plate. Remember not all flowers are edible. Nasturtiums are our favorite way to add color and a peppery kick to pasta, salad or an app (like deviled eggs!).Check out Miche Bacher’s book “Cooking with Flowers” to get even more ideas.

5. Zinnias in a Drinking Glass

 A narrow drinking glass is the perfect vase when you don’t have enough flowers to fill out a full one.

A narrow drinking glass is the perfect vase when you don’t have enough flowers to fill out a full one.

Flowers are just one way to bring a smile to someone's face. I hope these pics help inspire you to add some color to your next gathering and make savory memories with the folks you love. It's Friday (YAY!) which means it's the launch of our first weekly weekend inspiration newsletter. If you haven't subscribed already, you don't want to miss this. Happy Friday, and have an awesome weekend. 

A narrow drinking glass is the perfect vase when you don’t have enough flowers to fill out a full one.