When designing your wedding flower arrangements, you want to create a sense of unity. This is accomplished when all the harmonious components of your arrangement are combined artistically to create a united whole. You don’t want your design to look like it is not unified. Three ways you can achieve unity are using proximity, repetition, and transition.
When you have flowers and foliage designed close to each other, you have proximity. Having them together avoids chunks or separations. If you have different textures, colors, sizes and shapes, you can still have unity if you utilize proximity.
Another way of achieving unity is by repeating some element of your design. You can repeat a color throughout your design to unify it. This is probably the easiest element to repeat. You can also use repetition with other elements like texture, angles, lines, flower type, flower shape, and flower size.
A more difficult method to create unity is by using transition. With careful planning, you can create a gradual change from one element to another. A good use of transition produces a pattern that results in continuous eye movement. You do this by using intermediate colors, texture, shapes, and sizes. For example, you can use orange flowers to create a transition from yellow to red.When you design your own wedding flower arrangements, create them with a sense of unity. You want the arrangement to look good as a whole. You want to avoid having it look like you just randomly put together a bunch of chunks or pieces.
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Nadine Visscher has arranged flowers for over 15 years and has written The Beginner’s Guide to Wedding Flowers found at www.WeddingFlowerDirections.com
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“Alike” is an animated short film directed by Daniel Martínez Lara & Rafa Cano Méndez
In a busy life,Copi is a father who tries to teach the right way to his son,Paste. But… what is the correct path?
En una vida ajetreada, Copi es un padre que intenta enseñar el camino correcto a su hijo Paste. Pero… ¿Qué es lo correcto?
Directed by: Daniel Martínez Lara & Rafa Cano Méndez
Produced by: Daniel Martínez Lara & Nicolás Matji
Music by: Oscar Araujo
Production Manager: Eva Márquez Matías
Sound by: Aleix Vila
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Rafa Cano Méndez
Miguel Ángel Bellot
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Rafa Cano Méndez
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