Florist, mother, traveler. Join me on my free webinars next week! I’ll make a bridal bouquet, & take your questions live. Sign up via link below.
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That’s right! I am teaching a free webinar where you can watch me make a bridal bouquet, and talk about how I choose the flowers that I do. I’ll be taking your questions, too!
So that you can make it, we have set four times for the webinar. Follow the link in my profile to sign up for one of them: Wednesday, February 21st 1:30pm EST
Monday, February 26th 1:30pm EST
Monday, February 26th 8:00pm EST
Wednesday, February 28th 1:30pm EST
A replay link that is good for 48 hours will be mailed out to you, if you sign up but can’t watch live.
If I could, I’d live nestled right up into one of these ridges. at Mount Olympus, Utah
This arrangement includes Ivory prince hellebores, dried pepper grass, black mondo grass, and peperomia plants. All ingredients except for the peperomia grass were cut from plants.
Join me for a free live webinar where I’ll talk about how I choose the flowers I do for my arrangements, and watch me make a bridal bouquet. We will have a Q&A at the end too!
I am offering a few different times so that you can choose one that works for your schedule. Link in profile.
Peperomia, I call it my heuchera of winter. My phone autocorrects it to pepperoni, every time. So I’ve asked a lot of people to pick me up “pepperoni plants”.
Makin’ things with these ingredients today.
Dried pepper grass, it’s my favorite thing lately. (Also called Lepidium virginicum). I’m mixing it into some little valentines arrangements today.
Trimmed palms, pepper and bunny grass, dried cactus. In the most beautiful bottles made by @dceramics, tray made by @clamlab.
👋🏼👋🏼👋🏼👋🏼👋🏼a mob of waving palms.
Cover from the @wsjmag story with Jessica Chastain I created flowers for, shot by @annemariekevandrimmelen. Sometimes you make lots of pretty things for projects, and then you end up using just one dried palm leaf and a twig 🤷🏻♀️
When hoarding tumbleweeds proves to be worth it! This is the natural color of each of these varieties of tumbleweed. Each of them spotted on the side of the road, and carefully crammed in a van...somewhere between Salt Lake City and Los Angeles.
Outtake from a shoot with @annemariekevandrimmelen featuring @jessicachastain for @wsjmag
Honored to have provided florals for this shoot with Jessica Chastain for Wall Street Journal Magazine, and been able to work with photographer @annemariekevandrimmelen and her wonderful team! The Issue was on stands a couple of weeks ago, but can still be viewed online. Thank you @juliepointeradams for assisting me!
When I perceive natural landscapes, I see trees branching up towards the sun and down into the shadows, vines growing up walls in curvy tangles, and wildflowers that spring up from the earth in clusters of color and texture. With these pictures in my mind I create a floral interpretation of what’s currently happening in nature around me.
Each season has such a distinct feeling to it, and I try to really embrace the materials available at any specific time to make my arrangements feel like they are a part of that season. This arrangement is made with mostly snips of things from my garden in late September, when everything is muted and beginning to dry out. It’s a beautiful time of year!
Working with nature rather than against it always makes for more beautiful, cohesive designs. Learn and watch me as I design with each season in my seasons course. I talk about what inspires me, how I source product, and the design principles I implement as I create arrangements. All @ifimade courses are ON SALE NOW for 25% off until midnight tonight. Don’t miss out! Follow the link in my bio for full details.
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