Photography by Brittany Ambridge

From left: purple jasmine, clematis, and Japanese snake ball allium

Photography by Brittany Ambridge

When working with narrow-mouth vessels, choose flowers with long, narrow stems to lend your arrangements height and scale.
Vase: Cocoon in nutshell brown by Emissary $385 domino.com/summer15

Photography by Brittany Ambridge

From left: kumquat branches, viburnum berries, and eucalyptus

Photography by Brittany Ambridge

Plants with sturdy stems make great fillers for large arrangements, but they’re also capable of shining on their own.
Vase: Canyon $49.95 cb2.com

Photography by Brittany Ambridge

From left: anemones, poppies, and ranunculus

Photography by Brittany Ambridge

For vessels with midsize necks, consider flowers with midsize stems. They can stand on their own or be complemented by such fillers as eucalyptus branches.
Vase: modern wood ombré $39 westelm.com

Photography by Brittany Ambridge

From left: bromeliads, fern fronds, and water lilies

Photography by Brittany Ambridge

When working with wide-neck vases, start with flowers or plants with thick stems and large blooms. Then, fill in your arrangements with smaller buds.
Vase: Flair in Amazon green by Emissary $357 domino.com/summer15

Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge

VASE (far left) Mouth in bright orange by Emissary $80 domino.com/summer15

Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
Photography by Brittany Ambridge
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