Your Flower: Any combination of daffodils, daisies, anemones, peonies, tulips and carnations.
The Right Vase: Tall and Thin
Tip: Mixing blooms of different colors and textures helps keep a tall, skinny vase from looking too lanky.
Step 1: Fill your vase 3/4 of the way with water.
Step 2: Remove any submerged leaves.
Step 3: Give your favorite flower the prime center spot by making sure it's the tallest. Measure it up against the vase. Ideally, you'll want its stem to be about 3.5" to 4" above the rim.
Step 4: Select your next five or six stems, cutting them a little shorter than the first and placing them around your tallest flower.
Step 5: Take the remaining blooms and cut them 2" to 3" shorter than the tallest bud. Work your way around the vase adding them in until the lowest tier (closest to the neck) looks nice and full.
Step 6: Add some greenery around the rim to fill it out.Click here to see more flower arrangement tips.