Flowers for a Graduation


June 1, 2017 posted by Gina – I recently did flowers for graduation events at a local high school. This was a two-day celebration and many flower arrangements were needed. We incorporated the school colors into the designs. Let’s take a look at what the arrangements looked liked.

We arranged 8 of these smaller rose bowls filled with roses, bells of Ireland, billy balls, buplurem and solidago. They were used on large round tables.

This was the largest arrangement that was about 3 feet wide by 4 feet tall. It was used in the sanctuary of the church as well as in front of the podium at the actual graduation ceremony. White and yellow roses, bells of Ireland, snapdragons, stock, buplurum, solidago, billy balls and greenery filled the copper container.

This arrangement was made for a center hall table. White and yellow roses, bells of Ireland, snapdragons, stock, buplurum, solidago and greenery filled the copper container.


These small, round arrangements were made for cocktail tables and ended up being my favorite of all the grouping. White roses, solidago and bupleurum were used.


These two tall arrangements were made up for a couple of beverage tables.


Everything waiting and ready to go…

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