Following on from our recent DIY how to guide on How to Create a Trailing Flower Arrangement in a Rose Gold Conical Vase for a wedding or event centrepiece, I felt it was apt to create a blog about the different flower varieties and accessories that would work to suit this colour scheme.
Colour enhances and influences the way we experience life. We use colour to express our emotions, just like flowers! This blog section is all about colour, inspiring you with all kinds of information about the meaning of certain colours, how you can incorporate in your designs and what is trending.
Vibrant Bold Blooms Trends and styles are an ever-moving picture, going in and out over the years. All-white, neutral/blush hues, luscious greenery and ultraviolet colour styles have been favourited in 2018 and I am sure that they will continue to flourish into the new year. While these trends won’t diminish, big, bold and unique blooms …
Berry pink, a fresher version of burgundy is becoming popular for weddings and events this year. This colour works well at any point in the year and much like burgundy, your colour options and combinations are endless when it comes to flowers and decorating the venue.
With the warm weather on the horizon, it is time to take advantage of the outdoor wedding colour palettes! One combination we love is Peach paired with soft sage green. THe warm and cool tones play off each other perfectly, plus there are plenty of colours that would accent the combination nicely including gold, grey …
Are you subscribed to our Youtube Channel? If not, catch up on our video on the Introduction to Purple and Lilac Roses and exploring different flower varieties that work well with the colour scheme.
Are you subscribed to our Youtube channel? If not, catch up on our Flower of the Month Introduction to Pink Roses, exploring pale, pink and cerise varieties.
Valentines Day. It is just around the corner and we are getting prepared for February 14th. Flowers, kisses and the sweet murmur of romance. One of the most popular days of the year to surprise your loved one with beautiful blooms. Red roses and favourite flowers There is nothing like giving a a bunch of …
The Pantone Colour of the Year has become one of the most anticipated annual announcements in the floral industry. From last years UltraViolet to Living Coral, it is certainly a real switch!
Discover our blog on cosy wintery buttonholes for your wedding day and how to achieve the look.
Towards the latter part of the year, grey accents tend to become popular to capture that crisp white winter wedding feel and help to break up the typical whites, creams and ivories!