In December, I hosted a floral design workshop for Milwaukee Art Museum Garden Club members. We created a holiday themed centerpiece using fresh roses and holly plus some foraged items from my garden. I preserved Limelight hydrangea blooms with a water/glycerin mixture and then spray painted them with a burgundy wine color. The pine cones are lightly painted copper and gold. Other items in this piece are lotus pods, grapevine balls, and small colored ornaments.
A pink and green themed wedding with a vintage flair . . . the bride wore a lace dress that had been worn by three generations before her. The flowers included roses, hydrangeas, ranunculus, gerbera daisies, chamomile and wax flower.
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.