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Flower size and container flow together and complement each other
Creates the accent and the interest to catch the eye
Keeps relative size, color, and texture of the flowers to create a pleasing arrangement.
The principle that the design must be in proportion to the surrounding area where it is placed.
Used to catch attention and draw attention to the design.
Accentuates the flowers and colors by repeating their use throughout the design.
Creates a sense of continuity or flowing together.
When all parts flow together to give a completed look to the arrangement.
When the flowers complement each other through color, size, and shape.
Creates the outline, establish height and width
Tall spikes of flowers with florets blooming along the stem
Glads, Snapdragons, Bells of Ireland
Flower head on the terminal end of the stem
Draw attention to the focal point and add weight, cover foam
Carnations, roses, mums
Unique in shape, color, size
Create accent or attract viewer's attention
Bird of paradise, orchids, ornament
Small sprays of flowers or foliage
Cover the mechanics, fill empty spaces, accent other flowers
Baby's breath, static, ferns, green foliage, moss
Lightness or darkness or strength of the color may vary, but only one color is used
Colors closely related to one another (next to each other) on the color wheel
Colors opposite one another on the color wheel
Black, Gray and white
Mixture of many colors
Shaped like a circle
shaped like an S
shaped like a semi circle
shaped like a quarter-moon
shaped like an L
Shape can either be equilateral or assymetrical