And well, I don't know about you, but I for one have always been inspired these. I love that you can easily see what the floral designer used in their creation and I think it's really fun to delve into the process a bit when it comes to event design.
And this beauty of a bouquet? Lush, lovely, and absolutely show-stopping, this wedding bouquet designed by Bre Garvin of Juli Vaughn Designs has really stolen my heart. And lucky for me? I actually had the chance to chat with the Juli Vaughn Designs team to learn more about their creative process.
From the design team, "Every bouquet we make we try to approach it like a new piece of art. This one was based on what is trending in the wedding world so we thought specifically about color, texture, and natural, foraged elements. Nandina, the orange berries and crisp greens, were foraged from a friend's yard and the lichen (the beige mushroom-looking texture) was dipped in gold paint just to give it a fun edge."
"Coral has been such a huge color for the past several seasons and Coral Charm Peonies might be the main reason. They're the kind of flower you just want to use as much as you can."
So there you have it! Part one in this gorgeous new series of mine! I really do hope that you enjoyed taking a closer look at the design process and the how-to behind the final look. I know that as a stylist and a flower-loving gal myself, I personally find it to be really helpful when I'm able to see the individual components broken down like this.
A big ole' heartfelt thank you goes out to Juli Vaughn Designs for taking the time to share a little bit of insight with us. Oh, and I also can't go without mentioning their two fabulous locations, one here in my hometown of Atlanta, Georgia area and one up in my favorite city of all time — yep, you guessed it! New York City!