It’s always interesting for us to see what inspires and excites other wedding creatives. At the recent Amy Osaba Master Class for floral designers, they walked through the process of drawing inspiration, working through color, texture, and other ways that they could bring what inspires them into their work for you. Ultimately, that’s what we hope gets you excited — connecting with wedding professionals who are inspired and love their work, and love creating something that will be unique for you and your wedding. The result? Luxurious floral design inspiration for your wedding, with unique coloring and textures you won’t see anywhere else.
Read on for more from the Amy Osaba team:
“We designed the Amy Osaba Master Class to be an opportunity to discover or reignite a passion — we understand the struggle designers have to keep the passion alive or survive the newness and unknown of starting a business. We designed this workshop to make each attendee fall in love with their craft, florals, and their business all over again.
Drawing inspiration from nature and the artistic realm, we discussed color, color blocking, and focused on the beautiful struggle of light vs. dark (Chiaroscuro).
Our workshop was held at New Moon Gardens, a beautiful venue outside of Atlanta that house a variety of garden landscapes and served as inspiration for our attendees. They created “real-life” mood boards, comprised of various objects, textures, and colors that then served as the inspiration for their arrangements and bouquets.
Attendees came together to collaborate on a large installation that served as the backdrop for our farewell dinner in the barn, creating a larger-than-life floral runner. We told stories, ate delicious food, and spent the evening sharing in each other struggles and celebrating our strengths.”
Workshop: Amy Osaba Design | Flowers: Cut Flower Atlanta | Roses: David Austen Roses | Venue: New Moon Gardens | Swag: From Sir with Love | Desserts: Tessa Pinner | Hair and Makeup/ Flower prints: Meredith Mejerle | Photography: Meghan Kay Sadler | Model: Factor Chosen Atlanta | Dinner: Sun in my Belly | Lunch: Dennis Dean Catering |
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Selecting your wedding color palette is one of the most important aesthetic decisions that you'll make for your wedding. Your chosen hues should work well with the venue while also fitting with your personal style. It's no surprise that our hearts always fall for a pastel palette!