Flower Design Videos in Spanish

Arreglo floral en copa con soltura y movimiento.


Do you speak Spanish? Well, I do not, but I do have some amazing flower friends that speak Spanish. You may recall that a few years ago, we worked with Veronica Cicero of Anthology Co. on a series of design videos that turned out beautifully. If you haven't watched them, be sure to check 'em out. Most recently, I'm excited to share that we have teamed up with Ana Galena to kick off this next series of videos all in Spanish. 
Ana is a pro at creating educational floral content -- she has over 90,000 subscribers on YouTube and another 25,000 followers on Instagram! On top of that, she is just a sweet person who is passionate about our industry and her craft! Scroll to watch the first one and let us know what you thought in the comments! Stay tuned for the next one coming out soon!

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En este video, Ana Galena nos guía paso por paso para hacer un arreglo floral en copa directo al agua, con la técnica de alambre de gallinero. La clave para diseñar con soltura y movimiento es prestar atención a la forma de los tallos de las flores y dejar que te vayan guiando para saber donde colocarlas.

Las flores que usa en este arreglo floral son:

  • 2 tallos de hortensia (hydrangea)
  • 1 paquete de lilacs (lilacs)
  • 10 tallos de ranunculos (ranunculus)
  • 10 tallos de alelis o matiola (stock)
  • 6 tallos de heleboros (helleborus)
  • 10 tallos de escabrosa (scabiosa)
  • Un poco de pirul (pepper tree)
Para ver más videos de arreglos florales en español, https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLR07jxcplX4JWkjxvhPBGHceeEFRGHq8H 




English translation:

In this video, Ana Galena guides us step by step on how to do a flower arrangement in an urn using the chicken wire technique. The key to designing with this kind of flow in your arrangements is to pay close attention to the shape of your flower stems y let them guide you to know where to place them in the arrangement.


Flowers used:

  • 2 hydrangeas
  • 1 b. lilacs
  • 10 stems ranunculus
  • 10 stems stock
  • 6 stems hellebores
  • 10 stems scabiosa
  • Some pepper tree



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