Flower Market Collection
I designed our Flower Market Collection with simplicity in mind. The arrangements are made from bunches Spring blooms found at any flower stand this time of year. You may even have them in your own garden. We have to take advantage of designing with bulb flowers like Daffodils, Tulips, Hyacinth and Iris. Their colors are so vivid. We capture the essence of springtime and new beginnings and in the designs and because they are modern and a little less complex, we are able to price them to fit any budget. It’s nice to be able to send flowers just to give someone a lift. This collection is perfect for these moments.
I plan to have flower market options available throughout the year that capture each season in a stunning yet casual way.
The Artisan Collection is my luxury collection inspired by some of my favorite works in The Louvre in Paris, France. Have you ever seen the massive “Coronation of Napoleon” by Jacque-Louis Davide? Even though I was studying a painting from 1807, I was mindful to chose flowers, vases and an overall design style that reflects current trends in home fashion.
Two of the arrangements, “Gracious” and “Realism” feature a marine blue vase with a kaleidoscope of colors in yellow, peach, hot pink and shades of green. To get this color palette in the design, I chose pink and white Stock, pink Garden Roses, hot pink Veronica, pale pink and white Ranunculus, yellow Calla Lilies and a few supporting Roses. A mix of my favorite greens and a few blooming branches complete the designs.
“Impressionist” and “Inspired” come in a cut glass vase and represent the glass pyramid found at the entrance to the museum. Each design includes the more unique Hellebore in plum. This flower has a waxy petal surface and a yellow center. It’s really a hearty flower, perfect for delivered arrangements. White Ranunculus and Garden Roses are surrounded by plum colored Tulips, lavender Sweet Pea and purple Hyacinth. The greeneries are some of my favorite and include the foliage from Geranium, Pennycress and Umbrella Fern. This color palette is one of my favorites for spring in lavender, purple, white and green.
To round out the spring colors in the collection, I designed “Joyful” and “Watercolor” in shades of pink and white. These arrangements are feminine with mix of blooms perfect for the woman in your life. The designs include Garden Roses, Rice Flower, flowering branches and emerald green leaves.
These two designs come in a gold ornate vase reminiscent of the gilded frames that house the paintings in the Louvre’s galleries. “The Wedding Feast at Cana” by Paolo Veronese includes so many shades of muted pastels including soft pinks and mauve.
The last arrangement is “Painter” arranged in a stone vase with a lively combination of the colors in this entire collection. This design includes Snapdragons and Huckleberry get added to the flowers that we have used in other designs.
I’d love to know which designs appeal to you most. Use the comment option below to give us some feedback on the flowers and vases that we have chosen.