In January, WildFlora got the opportunity to once again work with Fundamental Events Catering (always a pleasure!) for a media launch involving Ed Alfrey and Warner Brothers. When presented with this event, we were given the creative freedom with flower selection and color palette. The venue, Grass Room DTLA, has a vintage South-Pacific vibe going on, so we wanted to compliment that through the floral selection. Photographer, Lara Everly (IG: @we_are_kismet), also made a fun little stop by the shop to snap some pics before the florals made their way to the event. With blue being one of the more rare colors that occur...
Found yourself with some free time and wanting to bring botanical bliss back into your life? We got you. Dried straw flower wreathes are super fun and easy to make. STEP 1: Assess and Arrange - look at all your dried flowers and loosely arrange them around your wreath. You can do mixed colors, sort them in a gradient from yellow to pink to maroon, or just do one color - whatever your artistic genius is feeling. STEP 2: Plug in the glue gun or grab your favorite craft glue (straw flowers don't weigh much so many types of adhesives will...
When presented with the opportunity to create a citrus-filled tablescape, we were all about it! Allison, owner of Mara Beauty, planned a gorgeous brunch to celebrate the launch of their new product, an Algae Enzyme Cleansing Oil. She wanted the florals to highlight the cleaner's natural elements, so using a mix of foliage, pineapple, grapefruit, and papaya, we fashioned a 22 foot long tablescape, lush and yummy enough to eat! The design also included a few blooms of Freesia, Grevelia, and Allison's favorite, Baby's Breath. We were happy to be part of a celebratory day for Mara Beauty and their new product! Thanks for...
We love love love the color palette of Lisa and Ron's fall wedding. Using Juliet Garden Roses, Ranunculus, Dahlias, Succulents, Dusty Miller, Brunia, and varying types of Eucalyptus, we put together bouquets that complimented the pastel theme while having some fun pops of pink, orange, and tangerine. Also, we can't help but crush on the giant tropical foliage and mural at the Valentine DTLA - too cool!
PHOTOGRAPHER: Jenny Smith & Co
VENUE: The Valentine DTLA: Marvimon Productions
HAIR + MAKEUP: Kelly Zhang
WEDDING PLANNER: The Love Riot