One of the most important décor decisions of your event is the floral design. Each flower bloom speaks volumes with specific colors, shapes, textures and sizes. A large tall arrangement of draping phalaenopsis and dendrobium orchids or a backdrop of thousands of different types of roses– Let your imagination run wild!
Scale & Size:
Large displays and centerpieces draw attention, pull focus, and can add a grandiose ambiance to the room. Whether tall or low, a floral structure can be tight and rigid or have a loose, organic, flowing look. A five-foot high floral jellyfish is an example of a tight rigid display, whereas a chuppah covered in baby’s breath is more loose and organic.
Color is also imperative in creating a floral design. There are specific meanings behind every color. Soft pastels whisper sophistication and serenity; bright, bold reds and oranges, scream passion and desire. Depending on the season, flowers are available in practically every shade and hue in the spectrum; therefore when it comes to floral design, the color palette options are endless.
Themes can be very specific such as Caribbean Island or as vague as antique, and tie all of the design elements together. Palm trees, a floral pineapple, and mango callas in coconut vases all add to the island feeling, whereas succulents, garden roses, trailing jasmine, and dusty miller would be used in an antique setting.
Together we will envision and conceptualize the floral design for your celebration by focusing on shape, texture, and colors.