If there’s one thing that makes us smile on a consistent basis, it’s pretty flowers. With infinite creative possibilities, we adore the way how florals can become pieces of art and inspire conversation. So it’s no surprise that today we’re sharing the flower workshop “One on One” by Katerina Kazakova and Rada Solntseva overflowing with organic eye candy! These Moscow based florists were inspired by the permanent exhibition of art galleries of Europe and America of the 19-20 centuries of the Pushkin Museum, which is filled with dreaminess and lacy ease.
“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” – Albert Camus.
The final product is a romantic wedding bouquet in soft peach shades complemented by autumn notes of caramel and a hint of coffee-and-milk. And Victoria Ezhenkova’s lovely photos capture the essence of the arrangement, so prepare to be inspired!
The layering of colors begins taking into account the different altitudes and alternation of different sizes, the branches of greenery are periodically added. The stems are mostly spiral, but there are exceptions. At the very end nuances are added: the final touches, giving the bouquet additional airiness and individuality. In our case, they served as small panicles, which were located above the level of other colors.
In these arrangements, used:
•David Austin Juliet Rose
• Cappuccino Rose
• Spray Roses
• Cymbidium Orchid
• Eucalyptus Populus Berries
• Pittosporum Snow