These flower arrangements were made by our students under the instructions of our floral design teachers during real lessons in the classroom of California Flower Art Academy.
All these designs are quite unique and offer the atmosphere that cannot be created by a regular style of arrangements. In order to create these kinds of unique designs, floral designers must be well experienced and have a flexible mind in developing something new in designs. Now we would like to talk about what the title of this article says "Which comes first, choice of designs OR choice of flowers ?".
Every time we design and make floral arrangements, we need to procure fresh materials used for floral arrangements. Usually floral artists think about what kind of designs they want to make. After making up their mind, they go to a flower market (or floral shop) to buy fresh materials. Sometime they face difficulties for finding fresh plants/flowers they wanted to buy. In this kind of case, experienced floral artists can change their mind about the choice of floral designs. Namely they will make a choice of fresh flowers that are available in the market and buy them so that they will think about a design that fits with the flower they bought.
In this sense, we cannot say which comes first, design or materials ? Typically most floral artists think about design first. And then they buy flowers, which is considered common procedures. But they need to be flexible in the way of thinking and taking actions. In other words, floral artists who have a wide range of design portfolio can work flexibly regarding the decision about designs.
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