Whether bride or a creative, you are probably always looking for something different and unique. That uniqueness is exactly what Madison of Hart Floral and Emily of Fleuropean discovered during their recent Primavernal Workshop. Their discovery began with one question. What happens when you plant a contemporary color palette within a simplistic farmhouse setting?
From the Floral Designers:
Set in the rural Belgian countryside, we aimed to marry modern minimalism with rustic cottage romance. Plotting and planning quite literally from the ground up. Emily sourced and grew the unique variety of burnt orange and blue blooms while Madison dreamt of avant garde fashion and starkly seasonal floral creations.
Donning a vintage Edwardian skirt paired with a simple knotted scarf, Anneleen proved the perfect model for the daring color combination of florals. The final result was soaked in breath-taking simplicity – captured beautifully in images that truly succeeded in bringing the vision of modern country to life.
From the Editor:
We know you will want to know what the flowers are in the gorgeous bouquet, so we already asked: Heuchera, Forget Me Nots, Brown Sugar Tulips, Ranunculus, Peonies, Muscari and Pansies!
Photography Taylor & Porter | Stylist Hart Floral | Floral Design Fleuropean and Hart Floral | Dress Shop Gossamer | Hair & Makeup Edlyn Herrmann | Venue Beaujean Vacances | Model Anneleeen Notredame | Flower frogs Notary Ceramics | Ceramic bowls July Adrichem | Calligraphy Ina and the Olive Tree | Additional flowers Fleurs d’ici and Bloom Ruth | Plant-dyed Ribbon Fleuropean