I accept the less showy blooms, and welcome them for their texture and interest.
Myself, and my fellow Chapel Designers present our interpretation of fall floral design. I am true to my love of cool colors.
|Magnolia+ chard+ chamaecyparis ( from in front of my studio), privet, heather, leucadendron, pussy willow, dusty miller, pheasant feathers, and a lone leftover stem of mini chocolate cymbidium. Wild One roses|
To see the offerings of some of the other Chapel Designers:
Alicia Jayne Florals http://aliciajayneflorals.com/blog/?p=881
Celebration Floral http://blog.celebrationflorals.com/2013/11/falling-for-fall.html
Colonial House http://www.colonialhouse.net/suite-1i-1/2013/11/24/fall-by-colonial-house
Holly Chapple http://thefullbouquetblog.com/2011/11/21/a-washingtonian-thanksgiving/
Liz Rusnac Floral http://lizrusnacfloral.com/2013/11/fall-inspired-creations/
Sebesta Design http://sebestadesign.wordpress.com/2013/11/24/fall-inspired/
Soiree Floral http://blog.soireefloral.com/2013/11/fall-inspired-creations.html
Urban Petals http://myurbanpetals.wordpress.com/2013/11/25/fall-flowers-from-around-the-world/
To see more of our work, visit our website www.ishafossevents.com or call 757.410.3436 to schedule a consultation.