To me, floral designers have one of the best jobs in the industry. They get to create art from flowers! Today’s post is an in-depth look at one particular bouquet (a gorgeous one at that!) created by Lindsay Coletta Designs and photographed beautifully by Rustic White Photography.
From Lindsay – “When making arrangements I always start by going through all selected bunches or gathered flowers to find the perfect stems. Usually this means the one that has something special about it that sets it apart from the others. This is may be its curve, texture, unique color variation, or fullness.
“I’m always keeping a close eye out for florals or foliage that have interesting body and character to them. When arranging there is never a specific form or design. I feel as though I’m using a paint brush and playing as I mix colors, textures, and lines. My background is in studio art and I often attribute that to how I envision design and to helping my imagination play.
For this specific bouquet I wanted something that reminded me of spring with soft pops of color. All of my creations have a hand-picked and whimsical vibe to them with lots of texture and flow. This particular bouquet is an eclectic gathering of a few of my favorite flowers and colors. I wanted this bouquet to look as though it came from a wild flower field.”
In this bouquet: