Posts Tagged “video”

Floral Design Elements: Halloween Inspiration


In this month’s Mayesh Design Star video, Shawn shows us a very cool technique on how to turn ti leaves into raven feathers to create a not so typical Halloween inspired design.

Featured product: Black ti leaves, burgundy tree peony, cymbidium orchids and mokara orchids.

Materials used: foam raquette and porcupine quills.

Floral Design Elements: Fall Harvest with Jerome Raska


In this edition of his Mayesh Design Star series, Jerome makes a beautiful harvest arrangement to kick off the fall season! This design is loaded with texture and has a lot of cool terracing effects! Enjoy!

Product featured: Birch branch, lotus pods, Milky Way aspidistra, millet, crocosmia pods, sunflowers, Jester leucadendron, transparent oak, hypericum berries and Matilda roses.

Materials used: oasis foam and chenille wire.

Mayesh Minute: Hops

wholesale hops vine

Learn all about Hops (or the hop vine) in this edition of the Mayesh Minute perfect for your wedding and event designs to use as a garland or stem.

The hops season is roughly about 1 month – starting mid-July through mid-August.

Mayesh Minute: American Grown Vibernum

viburnum berry

In this edition of the Mayesh Minute, David Dahlson shows us two different varieties of American grown viburnum. First up is from High Cranberry from Oregon and then we have the Tinus variety from Vermont. Both very different, both very beautiful wholesale flowers. Enjoy!

Mayesh Minute: Summer Dutch Product

white dahlias

In this edition of the Mayesh Minute, David Dahlson chats about the cyclical and fashion nature of the flower business. Most recently, Dutch growers have produced high-quality summer flowers – helping push products to a new level. Get a closer look at two such flowers – Nigella (a.k.a Love in the Mist) and white Dahlias.

Mayesh Minute: Flower Pulls

In today’s Mayesh Minute, David Dahlson introduces to you Mayesh Flower Pulls. Our expert sales associates are up-to-date with the latest trends and can put together for you the best in market flower pulls. These Mayesh Pulls can be based on your budget, color palette and event concept. Connect with your Mayesh rep to learn more about this great service.

This beautiful rack of flowers contains: globe hypericum, olive branch, blueberries, Coral Charm peonies, hot pink peonies, passion flower vine, peach ranunculus, Hypnosis carnations, Finess roses, King protea, chocolate cosmos, and white nigella.

Floral Design Elements: Memorial Wreath With Jerome Raska

In this edition of his Mayesh Design Star Series, Jerome shows us a quick and easy way to make a memorial wreath using Aspidistra leaves to cover the foam with a ribboning technique.

Featured product: Aspidistra leaves, white chrysanthemum,

Materials: Floral foam ring.

Featured product: Aspidistra leaves, white chrysanthemum; Materials: Floral foam ring.

Mayesh Minute: American Flowers Week

David Dahlson gives an overview of American Flowers Week and presents some great options of American grown flowers that you may see in your Mayesh cooler – foxglove, cornflowers, ranunculus, tulips, grapevine, and ninebark.

Floral Design Elements: Body Botanicals with Shawn Michael Foley

floral design elements - body flowers

In this edition of his Mayesh Design Star series, Shawn shows us his tips and tricks for what he is most known for, adhering different botanicals to the body.  He demonstrates 3 different ways to attach flowers safely, securely and without causing breakouts. Have fun with this one!

Featured product: Dutch hydrangea, burgundy mokara orchids, air plant, coral fern,clarinervium leaves, green parrot tulips and yellow ranunculus.

Materials used: Cellophane, Oasis cold glue,  non-toxic school glue, ribbon or fabric and flexible fabric band-aid.


Floral Design Elements: Flower Crowns with Jerome Raska

how-to flower crown

In this edition of his Mayesh Design Star Series, Jerome Raska shows us how to make floral crowns. These crowns are wildly popular in wedding work and for summer festivals.

Featured product: Ivy, rosemary, delphinium, hypericum and hanging amaranthus.

Materials: bullion wire and cold glue.



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