Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Working Designer Wednesday: Mixed Bag

A few things to share with you today:

1. An update on our cutting garden…looked like this in mid-December…

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…looks like this today…

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2. One of my favorite things…seeing a floral design studio…with work in progress…

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image via Fjura

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image via Natalie Galasso Designs

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image via Saipua

3. How to water a floating flower arrangement…

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image via La Tee Da Flowers

4. A great idea…include a hand towel with your bouquet delivery so the bridal party can wipe up any dribbles before they reach the fronts of their dresses…

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image via Handmaker of Things

5. The making of a floral chandelier…

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image via Robbie Honey

Hope your Wednesday is wonderful!

6 comments:

Shannon/Flourish said...

I want to know how they delivered that chandelier! It was amazing.

Botanique said...

Yay for the growing cutting garden! I have been doing some serious planning for mine this year... but did not get the chance to sow any seeds last fall, so there are no sweet seedlings to watch right now :(

Love seeing how yours has grown over the past few months!

anastasia said...

the 1, 2, 3 punch of that chandelier process makes it look magically easy. no big deal, right? ha!

Laurie (Fleurie) said...

Love to see work in progress too. Some gorgeous roses in that first picture! Wonder where they came from?

Laurie (Fleurie) said...

ok , Fjura is in Australia, they are lucky to get such pretty roses.
Great progress on the cutting garden, may the critters stay away!

Kate (floret cadet) said...

oh my word...that chandelier!!!!!

i got a TON of bulbs / seedlings at costco last night - they had dahlias, peonies, ranunculus, anemones, astilbe- all of my favorites really - now I just have to figure out how and where to plant them! As much as I love cut flowers I know nothing about gardening!!!