Using mall Spring blooms, Tulips, Poppies, and an assortment of Ranunculus, this design is full of whimsical movement, incredibly complimenting colors, and negative space that is *flame emoji*.Read More
There are many elements that work together with floral design and an extremely important aspect is the actual product being used. At EFC, we are constantly on the hunt for blooms and greens that intrigue and communicate. We sense the personalities of various products and intuitively choose one over another to fit a specific mood or occasion. Often times we even become emotionally attached to our product, feeling sad when the "head" of the flower accidentally snaps off or loses all its petals (we aren't crazy, it's fine).
Getting to envision bridal bouquets with both Ryan and Jaime was so much fun! Jaime's vision included a lot of burgundy, wine, and dark accent colors and Ryan was so open to various types of product and colors.Read More
The days are getting noticeably longer, the earth is finally thawing (knock on wood!), the air smells like soccer practice, and the change of seasons is on the horizon. So naturally, we celebrated this impending Springtime with what Heather titled a “sprouting tablescape”.Read More