Pantone Colors of the Year
As we head into a season of celebrations (birthdays! graduations! weddings!), we thought you might like to meet Emily Pinon, founder and CEO of Bastille flowers & events, and perhaps be inspired by her bespoke, one-of-a-kind floral creations. We came across Emily’s Instagram page and of course, spent the next several
hours minutes admiring her work. Whether it’s a corporate event where she hung hundreds of white calla lilies from the ceiling or a more intimate affair celebrating Pantone’s colors of the year (Rose Quartz and Serenity if you haven’t heard), Emily translates her clients desires into memories that last a lifetime.
Purple Bridal Bouquet
Speaking of memories that last a lifetime, we’re taking a little break from blogging so that we can attend some races (both on the water and at the track), plan some spring sports banquets and graduation parties and focus on our high school seniors who will, all too soon, be off to college… See you soon!
Wedding flowers are always a source of inspiration for us so when we came across Kate Holt’s work in Flower Magazine, we had to go exploring. Kate is the creative talent behind Flowerwild, a California-based studio specializing in contemporary romantic bouquets and events.
Her philosophy is simple (“never force a flower, let it breathe and sway”) and her arrangements are stunning. With colors ranging from soft, pastel hues to more vibrant, warmer tones, the flowers Kate uses might be called timelessly elegant or romantically whimsical – tree peonies, flowering vines, garden roses, beautiful berries and delicate woodland blossoms breathe life into each design.
After spending some time of Kate’s site, we can honestly say that it was hard to pick just six images for this post… Each bouquet or setting was prettier than the next. So if you’re looking for some inspiration for a wedding or just your next party, we recommend you spend some
time hours on Flowerwild and “follow your bliss.”
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