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Refer truck floor views from this past wedding weekend with @brookekeegan in Sun Valley, Idaho. at Sun Valley, Idaho
The cottonwood tree fluff that currently covers the ground in Sun Valley, and made my team sneeze throughout the entire wedding weekend. (Leaning my face down into this to take a photo did not help the situation.) Allergies aside, can you imagine how incredible it would be to have an aisle filled with this fluff for a bride to walk down??
Roadside grasses on velvet.
Hi. It’s me, in cherry blossoms...Trying not to let my crazy allergies get in the way of enjoying this moment, and struggling to do so. at Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
Catching the tail end of cherry blossom season in Japan, and dancing into Spring with petal confetti in my hair. at Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
Pinks and deep reds, a tulip that wanted to be radicchio. Or did radicchio want to be a tulip?
Pile of flowers. Photographed by @mksadler for my new course with @ifimade
Bouquet o’ diamonds.
I've been making more little posey bouquets for mothers these days, instead of corsages. They can carry it down the aisle easily, and then put it down and not have to worry about it for the rest of the night. Win-win.
Myself and the team over at @ifimade have had so much fun while working hard to produce these courses for you. Everyone on the team contributes their individual talents and insight to make sure that we are making these courses as informative as they can be. And that not just the flowers, but the courses themselves are beautiful too. Thank you to everyone who makes these possible! And thank you to all of you who have invested in the course, and decided to continue learning. I can’t wait for you to dive into this and see everything that is in there. I have so much love to this entire community for being so supportive as I followed my heart to flowers, and found a home here in this corner of the world with all of you.
Deconstructed. Letting each element hold it’s own, but pairing them together so that the collection of items as a whole makes the statement. Just letting those tangly black mondo grasses be a tangle, you can’t compete with that.
I’m really embracing the ‘simple is better’ saying lately. And as much as my somewhat maximalist person hates to admit it, it’s true. Simple really is better.
Sale on my new courses ends tonight! $300 off through midnight.
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