Suffice to say we’re big fans of bringing back classic ideas with a new feel (and we love seeing behind the scenes pics of any step by step process that creates this much beauty!) .Romantic, sweet, and very practical, the wrist corsage was hugely popular in the 1950’s. Native Poppy Florals brings a charming element of current styling to this classic way to wear your flowers that won’t have Grandma getting poked in the chest with a pin or smooshing florals with each hug. Love!!
Whether you’re hoping for an understated bouquet with a softer color palette, something botanical with lots of greenery, or you’re looking for bold and bright, the right florals can make a huge impact on your wedding! We just love the art of florals like this beauty by Southern California floral artist Phyllis Hillier Floral Design from a wedding by planner Events by Abel!
Boho is still going strong as a wedding style and is evolving into a more feminine feel like this lovely pink and purple horizontal bouquet by San Diego’s Studio 2053 Floral and Event Design!
photo by Studio Freya
Having a wedding bridal shower or party for the girls check out these teak themed centerpieces and place setting florals by talented San Diego florist Lois Mathews. These charmers are perfect fur any bridal brunch, luncheon, high tea or wedding reception where you want to show classic taste with a little English flair!
Getting excited about the holidays:)? Join one of the top floral arists in the county at one of their fun in-studio workshops where Tam Ashworth of Isari Flower Studios will be showing you how to create beautiful harvest wreaths to adorn your home
Give them a call or shoot them an email to save your spot for the last in-studio workshop of the year! Tickets are $175 and include all class materials and refreshments. And, you go home with your wreath!
We love the recent trend of tons of greenery added to wedding florals, bouquets and decor! Just see how natural and clean these greenery infused bouquets look, especially when paired with white flowers and these pale, white and soft blue-grey (traditionally known as Winter white) maid's dresses. We really love this photo that brought together these lovely maids with their bouquets to create a perfect long swag of fresh style by Camellia Wedding Flowers.
Happy May Day! An ancient May Day tradition (which we are all for keeping alive!) was to leave an anonymous bouquet at the door of a beloved, neighbor or stranger... we think a current tradition might be to hug a florist for all the beauty they bring to the world, like local wedding and special events florist Danielle of Studio 2053 who created this happy bouquet!
We just love seeing what gorgeous wedding floral creations the talented Anna Nguyen of Classic Bloom Design: Floral Design comes up with and this breathtaking jewel toned bridal bouquet is a perfect example of Anna's talent.