Nov 27, 2017

Gone are the awkward arrangements of years past with one or two bright red stems of anthurium calling attention away from the cohesiveness of the design. Cracking the code for designing with such a strong shape isn’t easy, but we’ve found a few cutting edge designers who are striking the perfect balance using stems of anthurium in subtle colors and combining them with both textural foliage and soft blooms. We’re loving the result – a striking modern edginess juxtaposed with a softer aesthetic.

compote bowl with pale pink anthurium, blush roses, burgandy scabiosa, wine dahlias, and pampas grass designed by Lavenders Flowers

Lavenders Flowers

Footed vase with mauve anthurium, tropical leaves, mauve roses designed by Allium by Olympia

Allium by Olympia

Hand-tied bouquet of pink roses and gold painted leaves designed by photographed by Greta Kenyon

Blush | Greta Kenyon Photographer

bride holding hand-tied bouquet of pink and yellow flowers

Blush and Bloom | Carrie J Photography

Bouquet of pink anthurium and other pink flowers designed by Julie D'Agostino Designs

Julie D’ Agostino Designs

pale pink anthurium

Lavenders Flowers

Colorful floral arrangement of yellow ranunculus, flame callas, coral freesia, and pink anthurium designed by Texture Florals

Texture Florals

Copper cases of blush and pink dogwood designed by Natural Art Flowers by Rebecca Grace

Natural Art Flowers by Rebecca Grace

Hand-tied bouquet of bittersweet, coral roses, and pale pink anthurium designed by White Oak Flower Co

White Oak Flower Co

Tablesetting with centerpiece of mauve roses and creamy yellow ranunculus with purple tips designed by Fleur Chicago


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