Asymmetrical design is a dramatic presentation for the cake or reception table at a wedding. This one uses roses, stock, hydrangea, wax flower, ruscus, and seeded eucalyptus.
Bespoke is a style that reflects natural random placement of different elements resulting in a unique design every time. Popular floral choices are roses, hydrangeas, curly willow and lots of informal greens.
This planter is destined for a reception table at an upcoming wedding. The bride and groom are designed in vintage style.
This canning jar becomes a floral container after decorating with chalk paint and a simple ribbon tie. The Halloween themed bird and pumpkin in a nest could also be added to a planter or floral arrangement as an accent.
Fall arrangements are accented by branches and berries cut fresh at the peak of their fall colors. These arrangements combine mums, hypericum berries, rose hips and branches from woody plants in the garden. Hydrangeas are spray painted a bright yellow gold.
Yellow rose designs are presented in two ‘vintage’ containers. One is a pottery basket; the second is a container created using chalk paint and vintage style ribbons and trim. The roses are accompanied by mini white carnations, a few stems of garden lavender, and seeded eucalyptus.
Fall is a great time to decorate the yard . . . Halloween into Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate the colors of fall . . . orange, rust, gold, burgundy and brown. Add texture with raffia, birch branches, and pine cones. Pumpkins are orange, green or white and different kinds of squash add variety.
Pottery planters from the 40’s and 50’s can make arrangements unique, yet carry out a theme: favorite animals, a special color, or a holiday.