HGTV Celebrity Flower Arrangements

HGTV Magazine gave 10 stars a flower arranging challenge using store-bought flowers and unique containers. Get ideas from the experts for using grocery store roses, tulips, lilies and more.

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  • Grocery Store Flower Challenge

    HGTV Magazine sent 10 HGTV stars to the supermarket to pick their favorite blooms and arrange them in a creative container.

  • Bright Bouquet

    \"I like a combo of mini carnations and spray roses in bright colors like red, yellow and orange. Mix lots of them together in a metal champagne bucket,\" says Cortney Novogratz, Home By Novogratz.

  • Carrot Top Hydrangeas

    \"Try carrot tops: Clip a bundle from two bunches of carrots, add hydrangeas and place them loosely in an apothecary jar,\" says Casey Noble, Design on a Dime.

  • Sophisticated Trio

    \"These three flowers always look sophisticated: white tulips, white roses (the more open, the better) and Casablanca lilies. Arrange eight to 10 of each in a colored enamel pitcher or vase. To prevent the flowers from looking too wedding-y, keep the blooms kind of messy and asymmetrical,\" says Emily Henderson, Secrets From a Stylist.

  • Gerbera Daisies

    \"Soak empty Orangina bottles in warm water, then peel off the labels and put a gerbera daisy in each bottle. I like to line them up down a table,\" says Monica Pedersen, HGTV Dream Home.

  • Contrasting Colors

    \"Fill a porcelain crock with a full bundle of orange roses and purple statice cut so the blooms are just above the rim. Add a few orange calla lilies snipped a little taller than the other flowers,\" says Meg Caswell, Meg's Great Rooms.

  • Rosemary Carnations

    \"Take a bunch of white carnations, remove the leaves, then cut the stems down to a few inches. Add fresh rosemary and cluster them tightly in small jars set inside vintage tea tins,\" says Danielle Colding, Shop This Room.

  • Red & White

    \"My no-fail bouquet: red roses with a border of white roses in a mercury-glass vase. You could even add a few more white ones in the middle, slightly raised,\" says David Bromstad, HGTV Design Star.

  • Stripped Alstroemeria

    \"Put a dozen alstroemeria with the leaves stripped off in a tall white lacquer container. Stick with one color, then add stems of lemon leaf, which is often used as filler in premade bouquets,\" says Taniya Nayak, House Hunters on Vacation.

  • Spider Mums

    \"Spider mums feel exotic. Fill a low cube vase with river rocks, then stick a single bloom cut very short in the middle,\" says Vern Yip, HGTV Design Star.

  • Rose & Waxflower

    \"I love the beautiful simplicity of yellow roses and purple waxflower in a mason jar filled about three fourths with water. It makes a gorgeous country-style arrangement,\" says Amie Sikes, Junk Gypsies.

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