Century 21 asked for a "floral wall that wasn't exactly a wall" for their Sonja Morgan Launch Event. So I gave them this soft rounded shape created from pine, cedar, 5 varieties of pink/blush roses and pink pampass grass.
Constructed from a base of chicken wire (no floral foam used), this was the perfect photo backdrop enjoyed by many throughout the evening.
This arrangement was in celebration of the Lunar New Year and included kumquat (for good luck) as well as peonies, ranunculus, tulips and seeded eucalyptus.
The vase was an $8 clearance find at TJMaxx, originally a very ugly color of red. But with some clever DIY decoupage, it became the stunning neutral khaki/white toile vessel you see pictured.
This contemporary retailer from Philadelphia required something "spring and modern" for this shoot. Using the water in the vase itself as an actual design element felt very new and fresh.
These 2 arrangements of French anemones were "meant to be", as they were the last bunch remaining at the flower market, even at 5:30am, on New Year's Eve. They added the perfect softness of color to an otherwise sever palette.
Different intensities, values and shades of pink come together for this sprawling October arrangement.
This wild runner was certainly indicative of the energy in the room, coming together for dinner after a surprise proposal at Wolffer.
This floral display piece for Engaging Invites actually had a rotating top section! It was a fun and beautiful way to show off this video box wedding invite in 360 degrees.
I didn't attend the wedding of Aminah & Faisal, but this is what I held in my imagination as to what the flowers could have looked like if I had.
I had some extra fun with some leaves in using them in more of a sculptural way.
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