Keeping with our holiday spirit on Flirty Fleurs we are showcasing enchanting floral designs with Amaryllis.
You may have noticed that we have a few designs shown and the designer is unknown, if you recognize any of these pieces please let us know who created them. Thanks!
Oh, the colors of this floral design, those peonies, that begonia leaf … LOVE!
Oak & The Owl – Southern California
A few interesting things I’ve come across while surfing the net this week:
Have you ever wondered how many flowers you need to cover a foam sphere or ball? Flowers & Geometry by Mayesh
30 Brilliant Networking Conversation Starters by The Daily Muse
Yes, I’m back with even more event styling + floral inspiration from Nancy Teasley of Oak & The Owl. Dang, this girl knows how to design an event!
Nancy conceptualized this “Art Deco” Shoot for the Contax 645 Camera Group, and handmade many of the styling details. The richness and the warmth of the black and gold palette is quite inviting and timeless.
Photographer: Josh Gruetzmacher & the Contax 645 Camera Group.
Ohhh, do I have lovely images to share with you today from Nancy of Oak & The Owl, a Southern California Floral & Event designer. Nancy designed this Art Nouveau event at a gorgeous private estate in Palo Alto, California. She selected to design with bright whites, creamy spring yellows and bright greens for a fresh and romantic springtime feel. I particularly enjoyed the flowers she designed with – dogwood and cherry blossom branches, daffodils, tulips, narcissus, cyclamen, fritillaria, gardenias, geranium foliages, Easter lilies, muscari and Queen Anne’s Lace.
Looking at these photographs gives me goosebumps, I hope you feel the same way!
I have a flower crush and it’s on the Fritillaria. Such fascinating flowers, one that I never had the opportunity to see as a cut flower while living in Denver. Now that I’m back in Northern California I see this cool flower quite often!
What I want to know is if I can grow this flower in Zone 9 – so far I have not found a plant to place in the garden. The hunt continues…
As a cut flower it is quite fascinating, below the show & tell of Fritillaria varieties you’ll be treated to a selection of beautiful arrangements utilizing this beauty!
Check out these lovely Fritillarias:
And now for the Eye Candy – check out how designers create arrangements with Fritillaria:
What do you think about Fritillaria?
Do you use it in your designs?