Posts Tagged: bouquet

Painterly Flower Arrangement

This week’s inspiration is drawn from Atlanta painter, Michelle Armas, whose happy, colorful paintings…well, we just LOVE them! We had slightly different plans for this week until we saw her brush cup and decided it had to be the vase for our centerpiece. Over the next few days you’ll see where else this painter led… Read more »

Inspiration: Lilac Wedding Bouquet

Lush and unruly, with a certain degree of restraint, I love the simplicity and elegance of lilac bouquet. All the tiny florets and buds arching on fluid stems are simple enough at first glance, but upon closer inspection, echo the intricacy of beading, skillful needlework, or sequins. And the smell!

Inspiration: Bridal Bouquet as Embellishment

Clustering tiny florals, seeds, and pods in metallic colors: silver painted seeded eucalyptus, dried bronze hydrangea, oak leaves, and seed pods, and white daffodils and agapanthus lend a feeling of embellishment for the actual bridal bouquet which is one of your best accessories after all. Also, the bouquet is wrapped in a metal and rhinestone… Read more »