1. THE PERFECT VASE
Dried flowers do not need water - so you are completely free with the vase. However, we recommend an opaque vase, such as a ceramic one. This way you can arrange the flowers and don't have to worry about how it looks "downstairs". We also recommend a vase that narrows at the top. This keeps the stems from falling apart.
2. ARRANGEMENTS MADE EASY
You can put your dry bouquet tied up in your vase or arrange it yourself. You just want to give your flowers a little more air? Then you can take the bouquet in your hand, cut the ribbon and place the whole bouquet in the vase. The stems then spread themselves out.
3. THE RIGHT PLATZLI
Whether in the kitchen, in the living room or in the bathroom. Dried bouquets make a good shape anywhere. However, if you want to keep the colors of your bouquet longer, you shouldn't put it directly next to the window. The flowers fade faster in direct sunlight - but even that can look beautiful.