If you like to arrange fresh flower for your space, put flowers in water as soon as possible as you get the flower home; fill the buckets with tepid water, add floral preservative and then add flowers. Cut an inch off the stems to help the stems absorb water better. Cut it using sharp knife especially if the flower will sit a while before being arranged. Warm water helps tightly closed flower heads to open fully, so leave them in water for a day or two before using them; roses or ranunculus.
Keep your flowers in place and constantly hydrated by soak the foam for 15 minutes before cutting it to fit the container, so the flower will last longer; water the foam every couple of days. Trim the flower; recut stems just before adding them to the arrangement and strip off any leaves that fall below the water line. When picking the flower, fill the pot with smaller, airier blooms, and leave enough space between the stems, so individual flowers have room to shine; consider including flowers with various shapes and stem lengths. Check out these 42 fresh and beautiful easter floral arrangements below to inspire you.