As the dull and dreary days of November begin to fall on us, I thought it would be nice to browse through some divine floral creations to cheer us up.
Here are a few of my favorites.
From the rose covered Sanderson swing chair, wedding planner Preston Bailey’s over the top floral centerpieces and Bureau Betak’s divine Christian Dior runway walled creations to the simple English rose garden, how can you not be inspired by such “blooming” talent.
May the rose be with you.
Passionflower is a floral design studio specializing in floral fashion and jewelry, floral styling and weddings. Created by designer Susan McLeary, and based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Turning floral art into living art – Stunning ! www.passionflowerevents.com
Blush, in the upscale Parnell neighbourhood of Auckland, New Zealand, gives the idea of a beautiful flower shop a completely new meaning.
Passionflower is a floral design studio specializing in floral fashion and jewelry, floral styling and weddings. Created by designer Susan McLeary, and based in Ann Arbor, Michigan Passionflower and is available for editorial styling, workshop instruction and destination events worldwide. Considered one of the country’s top designers of floral wearables and living jewelry, Susan received one gold and three silver medals and placed second overall in the 2014 Fusion Flowers International Designer of the Year competition.
She creates some beautiful floral and succulent jewelry.
Here are some of her amazing creations :
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PANAMY le vendredi 12 et le samedi 13 au 4ème étage
What a better way to say I LOVE YOU ?
DIOR’s divine man-made mountain sets the tone of Paris Fashion Week
A man-made mountain blanketed in royal blue and purple flowers set within the Cour Carrée of the Louvre by the extremely talented Alexandre Betak of Bureau Betak.
During Fashion Week, Maison Marni celebrated its 20th anniversary with a Marni Flower Market in the historic setting of Rotonda della Besana, in the heart of Milan. Source : Designspeaking