There are florists that are amazing flower designers and they don't have much previous experience _ they possess natural talents for creating beautiful designs and receive positive feedback on their design. There are others that require instruction and training before being able to create fabulous designs and receiving the good feedback. For those who fall into the latter case, the designer should seek out and take training classes as well as locating potential mentorship possibilities. Together these will help the person to enhance their skills and increase the amount of good reviews they receive. Also those in this latter category may do best, at least in the beginning, working in a designer position that follows recipes or formulas.
Place your ornamental cut flowers into your water vase, make sure that you put it one by one. If it's going to be a design or floral arrangement against a wall or flat surface you have to put the tallest or longest cut flowers at the back. If your design or flower arrangement will be visible from the sides place your longest or tallest flowers in the middle. Begin with the longest or the tallest, and then go out to the lips or edge of your flower container. Now, take time to look at your flower vase, is it beautiful and pleasing to see? Did it turn out to be symmetrical? Is there a spot or an area that needed to be filled in with more flowers?