Displaying your finished bouquet _ The most important part of creating your own arrangement is to make sure everyone sees what you have accomplished. Display your arrangement in a cool area, away from direct sunlight and excessive heat or drafts. If you decide to display the bouquet on a table, use a coaster or dish under the vase to protect the wood surface. It's also a good idea to keep flower arrangements away from electrical appliances, as an unexpected spill might cause damage to your equipment or even cause injury to someone.
Japanese flower arrangement, also known as Ikebana, focus on the line of the twigs and leaves, rather than on the flowers themselves like in Western designs. The line of the twigs or leaves is combined with a small number of blooms and the design is complemented by the style of the container which is also a key element in the Ikebana style.