Stunning roses certainly steal the show in this beautiful bridal bouquet by Adri at Moss Floral Design. And I love the addition of cultivated rubus, adding a wonderful wild, natural look to the design. Based in Texas, Adri selects blooms and foliages from her cutting garden, a local nursery, a micro-flower farm in California and even from the finest growers in Japan.
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Tuesday saw me at New Covent Garden Flower Market to take photos for my next report for the market website. And then on Thursday evening, I was invited to a Dried Flowers Workshop, which you may have heard me mention on Instagram. Many thanks to Grace & Thorn and allbirds for such a lovely evening! I can’t stop wearing the allbirds shoes, which I was kindly gifted. They are so comfortable.
I’ve made a concerted effort this week to do a piece to camera and post every day (Mon-Fri) on Instagram Stories. It may sometimes take several attempts to record each video (!) But if a job’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well. I was even brave enough to venture back into IGTV and posted two videos there! Here are the links if you’d like to watch them: The Trend for Dried Flowers and Grace & Thorn | allbirds Dried Flowers Workshop. Thank you so much to all of you who’ve commented online and in person about them. They’re a lot of work, but so enjoyable to create.
Before I go, just a little reminder that the David Austin Roses Survey closes at midnight GMT this coming Tuesday 16th April. So there’s still time to take part and there are some amazing prizes to win! Thank you so much to all of you who’ve already completed the survey.
Until next time…
(Image: Ellen Ashton)