Definition of flower arranger in English:

flower arranger

noun

  • A person who creates decorative displays with cut flowers.

    ‘the spectacular displays were put up by 400 flower arrangers’
    • ‘Our own flower arrangers here at the cathedral are working as the festival is planned.’
    • ‘This is a flower arranger's dream-book with photography that will both floor and inspire you, and with step-by-step instructions for decadent and naturalist arrangements through the seasons.’
    • ‘Variegated varieties are valuable for brightening dark areas in the garden while the trailing stems of all species are much prized by flower arrangers.’
    • ‘The well-known flower arranger will give the demonstration.’
    • ‘The gardening club began its new season with a Flower Arranging Workshop where they had experienced flower arrangers on hand to demonstrate the art of flower arranging.’
    • ‘This year, as usual, we invited a number of talented flower arrangers to come along and show their work based on a chosen theme.’
    • ‘The flower arrangers have really captured the individuals in their work.’
    • ‘The vestry has provided the congregation with a preparation room for the team of flower arrangers.’
    • ‘All good flower arrangers know that no matter what colors you use in an arrangement, using a little, or a lot, of chartreuse will make it 'sing'.’
    • ‘Elizabeth is a very experienced flower arranger with a beautiful garden and the title of her floral demonstration will be Colours of Summer.’
    • ‘Marine scientists from a Scottish university have teamed up with Scotland's top flower arrangers to help design one of the central displays at this year's prestigious Chelsea Flower Show.’
    • ‘The group of flower arrangers were in Tullow last Wednesday night to look around the church and plan where exactly each arrangement will be displayed.’