Posts Tagged “Wedding Bouquet”
In this edition of his Design Star series, Shawn shows us how to get more bang for our buck by using discarded stems in design work. Not only can you make a sturdy armature with interesting texture, but you can also add architectural lines as well to make your floral designs more modern. In addition, Shawn demonstrates how to make a rope out of inexpensive greens to weave throughout designs to really set them apart from the rest!
In this edition for Flower 411, Jerome walks us through the process of how to price your wedding work and wedding bouquets. This is a common struggle in our industry and we hope to shed a little light on it with this insider tip.
In this installment of his Design Star Series, Jerome Raska brings us back to the traditional cascading bouquet with elevated style and an impeccable choice of product including succulents, ivy, and ranunculus. Also, David Austin roses are added to not only add luscious beauty but a wonderful fragrance to match.
Featured product: Ivy, red peonies, red ranunculus, pink ranunculus, David Austin rose Charity Auswater, David Austin rose Miranda, succulents, and lycopodium.
Materials: Caged foam bouquet holder and aluminum flat wire.
For the month of April, Beth O’Reilly’s Inspired Floral Design is bursting with spring flowers! With the help of Design Master floral paint, she creates an ombré effect using orchid strands and tops it off with a little bit of bling from Fitz Design.
Featured product: tulips, steel grass and orchid strands.
Featured hardgoods: Design Master floral spray paint, Oasis sphere, Oasis foam disc, lomi pedestal, Fitz Ocean of Diamonds wrap, bullion wire, and Fitz quintet.
For the March installment of Inspired Floral Design, Beth O’Reilly AIFD shows us a “New Traditional” bouquet using a more free form garden technique and also highlighting Pantone’s color of the year, Marsala. This is a throwback style to the 40’s and 50’s where big is back and better than ever!
Featured product: Bay laurel, olive branch, antique hydrangea, jasmine vine, garden roses, Japanese sweet pea, Japanese ranunculus, spray roses, pieris japonica, dahlias, Japanese lisianthus, garden roses and clematis.
Featured hardgoods: Contemporary containers from UCI