Floristry Industry Insight is back! And the headline blog post features stunning wedding flowers inspiration from a Sinclair & Moore Event Design Workshop. Three different countries inspired the three distinctive photo shoots which the students created: Japan, Greece and France. Just how wonderful is this bridal bouquet in a colour palette of the most beautiful neutral shades?
Read on for lots more floral inspiration, plus news of two botanical events taking place this year at the Garden Museum in London.
- Japan, Greece and France Wedding Inspiration at the Sinclair & Moore Event Design Workshop
- Florals by Frontier Flowers of Fontana at This Vibrant Wisconsin Fall Wedding
- Flowers by Magnolias on Silk at This Destination Wedding in Vienna
- Bright and Ethereal Wedding Inspiration in Pittsburgh with Flowers by May Chester Design
- Breath-Taking Flowers by Trille Floral for This Sydney Wedding
- Modern Black & Pink Floral Wedding Ideas with Flowers by Sebesta Design
- Inside Bloomist, a Pop-Up at Marche Maman, New York
- Stunning Floral Designs at Tinge’s Color Theory Workshop
- ‘Planterior’ Emerges as New Trend in Interior Design
- Best Restaurants in London for The Plant Obsessed
- Ethereal Floral Mannequin by All for Love for Fleurs de Villes
- A Florist’s Guide to Calla Lilies
BLOOMS: Contemporary Floral Design
An evening celebrating British Flowers Week and the launch of Blooms: Contemporary Floral Design, published by Phaidon. Tickets are available to purchase on the Garden Museum website.
Put the date in your diary, fiddle leaf fig fans, alocasia admirers, fern fiends, and dracaena devotees, the Garden Museum’s first Houseplant Festival will take place on Sunday 29th September.
It’s been a mostly ‘work at home’ week apart from attending a TV Presenting course on Thursday, which was so much fun! Then I spent yesterday morning on a Beginners Modern Calligraphy workshop run by Judy Broad.
Ever since I rebranded and my logo was created using calligraphy by Sara at Salted Ink, I’ve wanted to learn about Modern Calligraphy. And I loved every minute of the workshop! Judy is such a wonderful, patient teacher and I can’t wait to book my place on her Improvers workshop. My plan is to try and practise regularly, even if it’s just at the weekends. It’s incredible how mindful the process is. And my goal, after a lot of practice (!), is to eventually start featuring my writing on Instagram.
So, I hope you’ve enjoyed this week’s Floristry Industry Insight and have a lovely restful Sunday…
(Image : Kerry Jeane Photography)