What makes a terrible haircut turns out to be a lovely floral design trend!
The first ombre style centerpiece to make me swoon was this one, from Martha Stewart:
Their description of the beautiful design?
What begins at one end with a few drops of pink in the blooms of sweet peas, hyacinths, and nerines culminates in a deluge of fuchsia peonies, ruby fringe tulips, and raspberry cyclamens. You could also create this gradient look, set in a low container here, with an aisle of vases. Complete the effect by wrapping favor boxes with our ombre-inspired paper.
Martha also offers up this lovely sweet pea confection- it’s just three distinct shades of sweet pea but because of their delicate shape it still has a gentle fading feel to it:
And here’s a lovely real wedding take on this concept, just to prove it’s possible in the real world (as some of Martha’s ideas sometimes are not ; )
This is from Grand Rapids, Michigan based Modern Day Floral. I love it!