When most people see a gorgeous floral arrangement, they think “how pretty”, without ever thinking about what goes into creating that prettiness. So for this feature, we would ask that you practice having a trained eye by observing the following details! First, you need to know that these arrangements were created in the springtime, so spring blooms were abundant.

Next, you need to know that the focus here was placed on intricate and textural blooms – creating a relationship with both their shape and color. The golden mustard of the dress was an unexpected color pairing with the floral tones, but helped the little floral centers and stemans to stand out amongst the rest of the blooms. If you study the images you will see the play with color context – how the different colors interacted with each other. See if you can spot the subtle differences between the arrangements! We guarantee that the next time you see a pretty arrangement (maybe when you are picking your own wedding florals) you will view it from a whole different perspective.

Photography Heather Nan | Styling Tinge Floral | Florals Tinge Floral and Everly Alaine Florals | Dress Gossamer | Venue Miesh Studio | Cake Pippa Cakery

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nancy | Reply

nice shots… :)

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