And when the most visible arrangement in the wedding benefits from modification, you find a solution.
Jeanna Furst AIFD managed all that and more for her daughter’s wedding.
Her opportunistic[read more]
“It’s all about the drama,” answers Chris Norwood AIFD, PFCI and vice president of Tipton & Hurst in Little Rock, Arkansas. “I’d rather sell one great design as the focal point of a room than make 10 smaller ones to spread around.”
Trend-savvy brides[read more]
She’d never heard of or seen the key mechanic before. Yet she “chopped” it and[read more]
How? Black floral foam.
Specifically, OASIS Floral Foam Midnight, which has similar properties to other OASIS floral foam but is black, the color every other color seems to want to displace.
With Midnight, you can stop hiding foam.[read more]
Understanding the flower possibilities and needs of another region or culture’s celebrations of life can help you develop new products and services to offer in your floral business.
Flowers speak when words fail.
This is just one of 16 tips and techniques[read more]
If it does, what if, with one endlessly useful new product, you could kick some things off your counter and more easily create more attractive designs too?
Time to start kicking, if you haven’t already.
Floral designers have long relied on[read more]
One way is to innovate an intriguing style, refine it over time and then have the right people see it at the right time.
When this happens, suddenly you’re creating two dozen theme-coordinated centerpieces for the Lifetime Members[read more]
“Focusing on the cake table is one of the newest wedding trends,” says Mandy Majerik AIFD of Hothouse Design Studio in Birmingham, Alabama.
“I always suggest to a bride that she have at least one wow factor in her décor. If the[read more]
Two very different things.
Wearable floral couture has to be light. There’s no water source. And the attachment mechanics are far more demanding so flowers and sleeves don’t fall off!
In addition to creating captivating floral couture looks, challenges can include weight, size, placement, water source, secure mechanics and flower choices.
To help with the solutions, two Vancouver designers share their tips and lessons designing for the Fleurs de Ville Spring 2018[read more]