Wildflora was pumped to work with Lauren and Stephanie from Fundamental LA for a photo shoot featuring some of the amazing drinks & noms that their event catering services offer. Also, big props to Wonho Frank Lee Photo, who made everything look like a tasty dream. Presentation is important, which is why we were dazzled by the tablescape rentals from Borrowed Blue. Purple Allium pom poms (aka onion plant - what whaaaat) danced along the table top, adding a bit of fun to the classy vibe. Our very own Wildflora owner, Alex Scholtz, got to play hand model for the whimsical donut vignette. No, she didn't make the...
Megan and Gavin gathered friends and family this holiday season to celebrate their wedding at Cielo Farms in Malibu, California. The vineyard served as a perfect winter backdrop for the elegant couple. Their flower palette included Peonies, Roses Hellebore, Ranunculus, and Viburnum berries. A simple arch of Eucalyptus framed their nuptials, while varying bud vases dressed the tables.
PHOTOGRAPHER: West Imagery
VENUE: Cielo Farms
What happens when two creatives get hitched? You end up with an amazingly unique, quirky, and personal wedding. Kristine and Chris tied the knot at Millwick, located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles' Art District. Florals for the fun couple were inspired by their graphic pop art invitations and hexagonal arch. We included teal, purple, and orange palm fronds to compliment the lush, tropical florals. Some of our favorite flowers from the palette include Bird of Paradise, Banksia, Ginger, and Anthurium.
PHOTOGRAPHER: KATIE HOSS PHOTO
VENUE: MILLWICK - DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES
If you haven't noticed, we love these little monsters, aka Air Plants (fancy Latin name: Tillandsia). With so many types and looks, it's easy to find an air plant baby that fits your vibe. Caring for them is simple. They low key snag their nutrients from the air, which means you can pop them in and out of cute nooks and crannies all over your home. When it comes to watering, submerge your air plant in water for an hour once a week - just be sure to turn them upside down to dry when you're done so they don't get root rot....