Canines with Crowns

Oh, do I have the cutest post to share with all of you today! A bunch of my fellow Chapel Designer friends got together and came up with the idea to dress our furry friends with flowers. So fun to see the variety of dogs everyone has, and to see them all dressed up with flowers!

Thistle and Bone, Dogs with flower halos

Zoe & Ripley – Thistle and Bone

Splendid Stems, Carly is wearing a wreath that includes delphinium, spray roses, passion vine, and snowdrops

Carly – Splendid Stems

Della Blooms, Hank the lab with a flower wreath

Hank – Della Blooms

 Dreamweavers, Bear wearing a flower halo

Bear – Dreamweavers

Fleurie Flowers, Oliver wearing a red and purple floral wreath

Oliver – Fleurie

Cottage Flowers, Daisy the dog wearing a Daisy flower collar

Daisy – Cottage Flowers

Julia's Floral, Corgis with flower collars

Edward & Stella, Julia’s Floral

Bella Fiori, Johann the Pekingese with flower wreath

Last, but not least! My little guy with his flower wreath.
Johann – Bella Fiori

ohhh… wait … we have one more and it’s NOT a dog!
Just when you think you’ve seen everything, you see a bird wearing a floral halo.
Say Hello to Louie of Moss Fine Floral!

Moss Fine Floral, a Dove wearing a floral halo.

Louie of Moss Fine Floral

Winter Greenery Challenge

The December Challenge is: Winter Greenery & Berry

The rules:
Design an arrangement of foliages, berries, fruits, etc – but NO flowers!
All materials must be collected from your property or surrounding area. For this challenge we will say within 1 mile of your designing location. (time to hit up the neighbors!)

Here are the results of our Challenge!!
Thank you to everyone that participated!

winter foliages arrangement

Designed by Denise of
Bare Mtn Farm, Oregon

Poland floral designer

Designed by Edyta Ubych of Poland
“All plants are from my garden .
1. Brassica oleracea – cabbage
2. Centaurera cineraria – dusty miller . In my country we call “the old man “
3. Alder
4 .Magnolia – Branches
5. Mahonia aquifolium
6. Linum – twigs
7.Helichrysum petiolare “

Canadian winter floral arrangement

Designed by Dana Smyl, From St. Paul Alberta Canada.
“Today was -40 with a wind chill haha, just had to add that. I loved this Challenge.
I desided that I wanted to try and use absolutely nothing but what was out in my yard. So this arrangement is held together by ice and snow alone. The container is made of ice. I am going to leave this arrangement out in the yard and hopefully the beautiful horror frost will attach itself one day and I can take pictures of that beautiful wonder of nature. Thanks again for pushing my imagination on this challenge.”

greenery arrangement in a red container

Designed by Kathleen of Erika’s Fresh Flowers, Oregon

Green Park Nurseries, Canada

Green Park Nurseries, Canada
“These are some pictures of what my wife just completed for our own house. We did have a little advantage because all the product used was mostly grown on the farm. This is what we do for a living. We grow all kinds of branches for the Florists to use in their Christmas Urns.”

holiday greenery with holly berries arrangement

Designed by Kristin of
Ideas in Bloom, New Hampshire

winter foliage with berries centerpiece

Designed by Merry of Maggie’s Rose, Rutherfordton, North Carolina.
Used: Owl Juniper, Holly (native species), Mountain Laurel, English Ivy, Nandina and Nandina berries.

green foliage and berry arrangement

Designed by Erica of Moda: Floral and Event Design, California

holiday foliage with berries arrangement

Designed by Lora of Sophisticated Floral Design, Oregon

winter greenery centerpieces

Designed by Sylvia of Dreamweavers, Louisiana

holiday greenery arrangement with succulents

Designed by Monica of Twigs Floral Design, California