Floral Decor

Floral Decor: Mix in Moss

Style Me Mossy

Style Me Mossy

If you’re looking to add a pop of green to a tablescape or centerpiece, may we suggest mixing in some moss?  With over 12,000 species to choose from, floral designers are using these flowerless plants in centerpieces and terrariums, to line vases and to tie orchid stems to branches and stakes.  We’ve even seen moss used down the center of a table paired with elegant blooms at a country wedding – rustic but still very chic.

Woodland Chic

Woodland Chic

Moss Terrarium

Moss Terrarium

One of the most inventive ways designers are using moss is in vertical gardens or on a wall as graffiti.  It’s actually not hard to grow moss and Terrain makes it even easier with their moss milkshake.  Just add water, spread the mix on almost anything and keep moist…  In a couple of weeks, you’ll have your very own moss garden.

Art We Heart

Moss Art We Heart

Milkshake

Milkshake

And for those of you who with black thumbs craving the fresh scent of a forest after the rain, there always a candle.  We might just go that route!

Mousses Candle

Mousses Candle

Who knows, you might be seeing more moss in one of our collections one day…

Photos: tablescape, bouquet, terrarium, art, milkshake and candle

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  • Reply designchic September 10, 2015 at 8:49 am

    I love the addition of moss in any arrangement. The first image is GORGEOUS!! Happy Thursday!

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