It may be the new year and a new pantone color, but since I forgot to post this from the fall I'll post it now :) Berry tones are perfect for the fall and winter. They are rich and gorgeous. I put together two large arrangements filled with berry tones with a hint of purple for balance this fall that I loved. Unfortunately, my photos didn't turn out the best, but I wanted to share anyways :)
If you are having a rustic wedding a loose hand-tied bouquet is perfect for you! Take a look at this bouquet of coral roses, scabiosa, queen anne's lace and tons of gorgeous greenery.
Garden roses are simply gorgeous and worth every penny (if you ask me), especially the David Austin variety which is to die for! I put together a few arrangements using David Austin Juliet peach roses, pink o'hara garden roses and other various roses and greenery including dusty miller which gives it a hint of romance.
Sometimes you need to take it up a notch and go with something that is classic, timeless and elegant. Here is a tall arrangement of hydrangeas, roses, nerine, and purple trachelium. What do you think?
I LOVE garden roses. They are so gorgeous and smell amazing. When I saw these red garden roses I needed them right away. I put together a very romantic and classic arrangement of the garden roses, hypericum berries and cascading greenery in a bronze urn. This would look amazing as a centerpiece or for a holiday party. For me, it adds the perfect touch to my buffet in my dining room. Now all I need is to have a dinner party.
My grandparents came over to my house the other day and brought me some pink roses. My grandmother asked me to make an arrangement with the flowers. So, since that's all I had really I went in my backyard cut some sedum and used up the remaining Italian ruscus I had from an arrangement I did last week to make this arrangement. This romantic arrangement of pink flowers goes perfectly in this bronze urn. With the greenery draping over the edges it really captures that romantic vibe. This would be gorgeous as a centerpiece to any wedding.
Red roses are so classic, but honestly I think they need a little help to step up their game. So, I paired the roses with some celosia. The two of them complement each other perfectly.