Just how beautifully dreamy are these wedding flowers by Elaine at Fairmaven Floral? Based in Canada, Elaine creates designs for brides throughout the Niagara and Toronto regions.
When you scroll down, you’ll also see yet more stunning floral designs by florists in the USA, Germany, France and UK. And look out for the shoot featuring flowers arranged in a very unusual manner on a model…
- Flowers by Fairmaven Floral for This Ethereal Bridal Inspiration Shoot
- Bright Garden Wedding Ideas for a Summer Bride with Flowers by Gather Design Company
- Florals by East Rooted Florals for the Blushiest Bridal Editorial for Spring
- Soft, Light and Elegant Inspiration Shoot in the South of France with Flowers by Magnolias on Silk
- Flowers by Minuit Sauvage for This 19th Century French Wedding Inspiration Shoot
- Summer Floral Romance with Flowers by Johanna Pedrick Flowers
- The Importance of Recognizing and Acting on Floral Trends
- The Farmer & The Florist Interview With Claus Dalby via Floret
- What Can Ferns Teach Us About Surviving Turbulent Times?
- Long-Term Planning for a Stress-Free Wedding Week by Jessica Zimmerman
- Incredible Floral Peacocks by All for Love
- Hybrid‘s Top Three Flowers for Pantone’s Color of the Year 2019
This week’s been the calm before the storm, as next week’s going to be just a little manic! Apart from Friday, when I went into London, I’ve been working from home on several projects.
The biggest news for me personally is that I’ve started taking photographs using a film camera! For several years now, I’ve been drawn to film photography. And I’ve finally bitten the bullet, bought a Pentax K1000 camera from eBay and signed up to Annabel from Bleak House’s Learn to Shoot on Film Course!
Whilst I was in London on Friday, I finished off my first roll of film and had the images developed. Now, if I’m really honest, I was hoping for a much more muted look to my photos. But I need to remind myself, just like digital photography, my venture into film photography is also going to be a journey. I need to be patient, which I’m usually quite good at (!) And I can’t expect perfect results from day one.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this week’s round-up and have a wonderfully restful Sunday…
(Image : Emily Michelson Photography)