Classic Blue has been announced by Pantone as the Color of the Year for 2020. The Pantone Color Institute describe the colour as: ‘Instilling calm, confidence, and connection, this enduring blue hue highlights our desire for a dependable and stable foundation on which to build as we cross the threshold into a new era.‘
To read more about their choice, simply click on the first link below. Then scroll down for beautiful floral inspiration from around the globe.
- Warm, Rich, Autumnal Wedding Ideas With Flowers by Event Stems Floral
- Epic Rooftop in New York City With Flowers by Studio Imbue
- Flowers by Da Fiori Design at This Wildly Romantic & Bohemian Elopement Shoot
- Bright Colors & Traditional Elegance at This Shoot With Flowers by Fleurs de Fée
- Spring Wedding Inspiration in Athens With Flowers by Comme Ca Fleurs & Decor
- Flowers by Wild Muse Florals at This Tuscan Inspired Venue in LA
- Plants Are Good for You via Grace & Thorn
Instagram for Florists Online Course
This week, my Instagram for Florists online course students have been focusing on Captions & Hashtags. And it’s been so lovely to get their feedback about the lessons, including this lovely message:
‘Just been working through this week’s lessons – which have been yet again so very helpful. I’m so glad I embarked on this course, it is just what was needed in my flowering world. I can not thank you enough.’ ~ Karen
Flowerona for Florists Facebook Group
You may know that I run a private Facebook group, called the Flowerona for Florists Facebook Group. With over 5,000 members from all around the world, it’s a place for florists and florists-to-be to meet, share ideas and seek advice.
I started the group in early 2014 and over the last three years, a committee of members have been taking care of the admin. However, recently I’ve been in a position to take over the admin again and very much look forward to taking part more in the group. If you’re a florist or are currently studying floristry and would like to join us, simply click here.
P.S. Just in case you missed it, here’s a link to the previous Floristry Industry Insight.