Fall Floral Arrangement

It’s officially the first day of Autumn!

The other day I was asking my boyfriend what I should get for my neighbors because they weren’t feeling well. Since I can’t bake to save my life, we decided that flowers would be better than nothing.

This is an incredibly simple way to display flowers for an event or just to spruce up a home. I’ve heard of using lemons with flowers before, but I wanted to add more of a “Fall” feel to it, and I added some orange slices as well! I’m not even that crafty so believe me when I say that if I can make a fall floral arrangement, so can you.

Read through these SUPER simple steps for a quick DIY fall floral arrangement.

What You’ll Need:

– 2 vases that will fit inside one another

– lemons/oranges

– flowers of choice

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Step 1: Place small vase inside larger one

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Step 2: Begin lining inside of larger vase with sliced lemons and oranges

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Step 3: Place flowers inside smaller vase, creating the look that the flower stems are touching the fruit slices

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Step 4: Fill it up, fill it up!

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Optional: Repeat steps using smaller vases with any leftover flowers and orange slices!

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Trust me people, this isn’t supposed to be a stressful project. You can use any type of fall flowers you choose! I used mostly gerber daisies because as Kathleen Kelly would say in You’ve Got Mail, “daisies are the friendliest flower.”

If you decide to create one for a friend, be sure to comment below and let me know how it went!