Until I attended The Brand Stylist’s Colour Psychology for Creatives Workshop in London nearly three years ago, I had no idea that colour psychology-wise, my brand Flowerona is predominantly ‘Summer’. It helped so much to understand the characteristics of this ‘season’ when I rebranded the following year.
And now, I refer to the concept every time I consider content and images for my website and social media. I know to use cool, delicate, muted colours with a touch of grey, airy images and flowing handwriting fonts…
Fiona has had so many requests from around the globe that she’s launched an online version of the workshop. And for the next two weeks, you can save £55 + VAT off the enrolment fee!
I’m delighted today to feature an interview with London based florist, Ruth Davis of All for Love.
Could you tell us what prompted you to become a florist?
It was my childhood dream to become a florist. Growing up in the beautiful Lake District, I’ve always loved nature and its always just been there. I remember, as a child, coming back from dog walks with pocketfuls of conkers or pine cones I had collected along the way, or sticky handfuls of daffodils or colourful autumn leaves that I had picked. I would get home and make a messy collage with my loot, stick them all to my bedroom walls, or give them to my Mum in an egg cup.
If you follow Flowerona on Instagram, you may have seen that recently I had the pleasure of meeting the very lovely Liz Earle, a lady I’ve admired for many, many years!
Liz has created a beautiful botanical-inspired jewellery collection. And a selection from her Wild Rose range was on display in Liberty in London, which is where we met up. The designs are absolutely stunning!
I’m so very thrilled to offer you the opportunity of winning a Wild Rose Bracelet from the collection, in rose gold!
This year is zooming past and I can’t quite believe it’s August already! The beginning of a new month means it’s time for my regular blog post series, Houseplant of the Month. And it’s the turn of the Aloe.