The Darcey garden roses from David Austin are mixed with cyclamen and sweetpeas plus succulents, eucalyptus, berzillia, pieris, leucodendron, kale, maidenhair fern, a variety of foliages and a budded magnolia branch. The underside of the bouquet, made in a European bouquet holder from Smithers-Oasis, is decorated with pothos foliage; the handle is covered with calix […]
A few weeks ago Royal Flowers commissioned some arrangements that would highlight the use of Rabbit’s Ear and Dusty Miller. It was great to have creative license as long as the selection included at least one bridal bouquet and a holiday arrangement. Thank you Joni Shimabukuro for the photography!
Thank you Ashley Largesse for the images of the demos that I made for the workshops at Green Mountain Floral Supply in Burlington, VT. And thank you Jayson Munn for all your help! botanical headpiece
Last week I made this woodland bouquet as a demo piece for the wedding workshop in the studio.
When Portland Bride & Groom Magazine contacted me last summer , I was thrilled that they invited me to make an all green bouquet and hairpiece for the Winter 2015 Issue. Photographer Margaret Jacobsen took these lovely images.
Wedding Date: February 23, 2013 Venue: West End Ballroom Caterer: Artemis Photographer: Leah Verwey Thank you Leah for the great pictures!
Thank you Joni for the wonderful pictures! And much gratitude to Elizabeth with Rose Hill Flower Farm for harvesting so many fantastic treasures, such as the brilliant salpiglossis, the love-in-a-puff, salvia, chocolate cosmos, gloriosa lilies and so many other delights…
When Alison Bradley, the editor of Fusion Flowers magazine, contacted me earlier this year asking to submit images for the wedding issue, I was absolutely thrilled. Here are a couple of bouquets that are featured. A huge thank you to Joni Shimabukuro for coming to the studio to take these pictures.
photo: June Lion