In this month’s Mayesh Design Star video, Kaylee Young teaches you how she creates small boutonnieres and how she likes to pin them on. Her goal is to create a fresh, fun and lightweight floral design perfect for your male clients using an assortment of small textural products.
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Featured flowers: spray rose, hellebore, sweet pea, and grasses.
Supplies: Clippers or knife, Oasis Floratape Stem Wrap, and a pin.
In this episode of Mayesh Design Star, Christy demonstrates how to make a cost-effective and stunning floral hoop. In the past few years, these hoops have gained popularity in weddings and now in events – from boutonniere size to 7 feet tall. Floral hoops are a fun and easy way to make a show-stopping piece without breaking the bank. This is definitely thinking outside the box (or vase). Scroll down to watch the video and view the pictures from th
P.S. We asked Christy where to purchase the large event hoop and she recommends to connect with a local welder who can create a great custom piece for you. A great addition to your rental inventory!
Featured product: Huckleberry, passion vine, silver dollar eucalyptus, camellia, Elaeagnus, smilax, Eden Romantica garden spray rose, white ranunculus, Pennisetum or bunny tail and pepper berry.
Supplies needed: Hoop of desired size and material, clippers, water source (flower pick or Ecofresh bouquet wrap), wire or zip-ties, Design Master Petal Proofer, and Design Master Foliage Sealer.
Wow, wow, wow! As usual, when Mayesh tries something different, we have no idea how it is going to go. And once again, we had so many great people step up to the plate and throw their hat into the ring for our latest Mayesh Design Star contest! Thank you to all who entered – we greatly appreciate all of the time and consideration you put into your entry. After combing through the submissions – watching the videos, looking at the portfolios and reviewing the workshop outlines – I’m happy to say that we selected the 2017 Mayesh Design Star!
We have had the pleasure of working with this year’s winner on a couple occasions – she has done a Mayesh Instagram Takeover and an interview. She is a big Mayesh supported and is always giving us love on social media (long before we started the contest). Our star is a Chapel Designer that has been featured on all of the top blogs with a style that is very on trend. Also, I love that her shop has been around for 50 years and she helped resurrect and rebrand a beloved family business.
Ladies and gentlemen, I have the great pleasure of introducing Christy Hulsey, of Colonial House of Flowers, our 2017 Mayesh Design Star!! Congratulations Christy!
My team will be working with Christy on the workshop details and we will post the Mayesh Design Star workshop schedule very soon! Stay tuned. In the meantime, check out Christy’s video: