Colors and textures of flowers vary as much as the temperature from spring to fall and winter to summer. We think of flowers as living brush strokes as the color, layers, and texture create depth and movement.
For this elopement style bouquet, we decided to go for a more open, natural look in order to suite the setting. The deep greens and red roses give off the perfect winter vibe while also complimenting the surrounding. We love working with berries whenever possible and the winter season is perfect for that as plants hold onto their berries rather than letting them go compared to most other plant and flower relationships.
We love using foraged materials. We feel it is a creative way to challenge ourselves to use new elements and styles for our arrangements. Being native to these lands, we felt we needed to create a look that flows organically- and to help capture the essence of the beauty of the land. The foraged materials and reflexed roses add depth and dimension.
Major considerations of ours include: location, scenery, other aesthetics brought to design your wedding concept, and what everyone is wearing. We like to ask clients to describe what they are wearing i.e. what their wedding dress looks like, color of bridesmaid dresses, groom and groomsmen color theme, and more. This creates a way for us to envision what the final floral product will look like accompanying the surroundings. In this particular shoot, we were able to create blooms that paired magnificently with the pillows and furniture featured, as well as the mountain backdrop surrounding.