Recently, I have been fascinated with the endless possibilities of Mason jar flowers. As a florist in Singapore, I am always looking for new and interesting ways to vary from the traditional hand tied bouquet style. Although this is something I also adore, Mason jar flowers are something refreshing and an avenue of the floral industry that is currently trending.
From small Mason jars to large center piece displays, I’ve been experimenting with what works best. I’ve been trialing large flowers such as Hydrangeas and Peonies in small Mason jars and more petite flowers such as Spray Roses and Alstromerias in bigger Mason jars. The aim was to find the correct balance of Mason jar to flower ratio. Too much Mason Jar and the flowers will not be highlighted, too many flowers and the Mason jar looks crowded and too compact – the result was somewhere in the middle.
After many months, I think I’ve finally ‘got it’. Check out our Flowers and Jars’ Mason jar posies and see if you agree.