Beautifully showcasing Pantone’s Color of the Year, Living Coral, is the wedding shoot heading up this week’s Floristry Industry Insight. Wisconsin based Renee Cerny’s breath-taking wedding flower designs combine coral with aubergine.
Amaryllis, Scabious, Delphiniums and Phalaenopsis Orchids are arranged with Roses, Hellebores, Ranunculus, Tulips and Poppies. And just how gorgeous is the ‘wildflower field’ installation you’ll see in the first link below?
Read on for lots more wondrous wedding inspiration…
- Aubergine & Coral Inspired Wedding Flower Ideas By Frontier Flowers of Fontana
- French Provençal Wedding Inspiration with Florals by Plain Jane Posy
- Wonderful Flowers by Tinge Floral at This Colorado Wedding
- Wedding Trends 2019: 30 Floral Branches, Twigs and Sprays for Spring
- Flowers by IAMFLOWER at This Sparkling Gold Thailand Wedding on Phuket Islands
- Romantic Wedding Editorial in Utah with Flowers by Rachael Ellen Events
- Will Selfies Save the New York Flower District?
- What It’s Really Like to… Launch a Floristry Brand
- A Florist’s Guide to Dried and Preserved Flowers, Foliage & Grasses
- 13 Plant Stores That Offer More Than Just Houseplants
As well on being on Instagram Stories, this week I’ve posted several short videos on IGTV including behind the scenes at the Karen Tran Gala Dinner, news from New Covent Garden Flower Market and a review of Clare Nolan’s new book, In Bloom. Clare’s book, which is a beautiful cut flower growing guide, was released on Friday and is available to buy on Amazon. (Full Disclosure: This is an affiliate link.)
I was thrilled to hear on Thursday that I’ve been accredited for this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show and I’ll be attending on Press Day on Monday, 20th May to take lots of photos for Flowerona blog posts and social media!
So, that’s it for this week. Before I go though, I just wanted to let you know that as I’m out of the office for most of next week, there won’t be a blog post next Sunday. The next Floristry Industry Insight will be published on Sunday, 12th May.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this week’s update and that you have a lovely weekend…