State Dining Room

By: Brett Forland

State Dining Room

Floral Arrangement Appropriate for the State Dining Room

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History of the State Dining Room

The State Dining Room can seat up to 140 guests. The State Dining Room was sometimes used as a drawing room, office, or even Cabinet Room. It was not until Andrew Jackson came into office that it was officially the "State Dining Room". In 1809 President Madison used the State Dining Room as an art gallery as well as a dining area.

Materials Needed for this Floral Arrangement

  1. 12 inch Wooden Vase
  2. 4 inch x 4 inch x 4 inch piece of floral foam
  3. 1 dozen Allium Spray Flowers
  4. 1 dozen white roses
  5. flower cutters

Categories of Flowers Needed

1 dozen white roses as the arrangements mass

1 dozen Allium Spray Flowers used as fillers for the arrangement

Type of Arrangement

VICTORIAN