How to Style Faux Greenery

Our first "tip" for styling with greenery in general is to stick to the real deal! We love freshly cut plants — whether we're going to the florist or forging in our yards. There is nothing quite like the real thing. However, if you suffer from allergies, want something low maintenance, or have low light rooms that need a constant fresh touch then faux greenery is a great option!

We've scoured all over to find the best faux greenery for McGee & Co. Today, we'll be giving you a few tips and trips on how to style and shape your greenery for a beautiful arrangement! Don't forget the vases!

Tips and tricks for styling faux greenery
The main goal in styling faux greenery is to achieve a natural shape. You want to bend stems, open up leaves and blooms, and create an organic shape.

The main goal in styling faux greenery is to achieve a natural shape. You want to bend stems, open up leaves and blooms, and create an organic shape.

We tend to play it safe with greenery and use one to a vase. However, it's fun to mix it up every once in a while! Try greenery with different florals or even greenery with other greenery. 

We tend to play it safe with greenery and use one to a vase. However, it's fun to mix it up every once in a while! Try greenery with different florals or even greenery with other greenery. 

You don't want your vase to overwhelm your greenery or your greenery to overwhelm your vase. Always make sure to fill your vase with enough greenery, so it looks full. Leave breathing room and white space by not overfilling your vessel. 

You don't want your vase to overwhelm your greenery or your greenery to overwhelm your vase. Always make sure to fill your vase with enough greenery, so it looks full. Leave breathing room and white space by not overfilling your vessel. 

Just like you'd do in a natural floral arrangement, make sure your greenery is hitting at different heights for a natural, balanced look.

Just like you'd do in a natural floral arrangement, make sure your greenery is hitting at different heights for a natural, balanced look.

Guide to styling faux greenery