its good to be back

I'm not gonna lie. There isn't anything close to working with fresh flowers. It's something about holding a knife, slicing a fleshy stem and artistically placing it in fresh water that calls my name far more than using dried flowers, a glue gun and messy floral foam.

I am back shortly working with fresh flowers making bridal bouquets, corsages, cocktail arrangements, anything prom or wedding related. Tis that season. I've been getting a green thumb (literally) from cutting so many stems. Boy it's good to be back, even if it is for a short while. I am afraid my etsy store has taken a tumble while I've been out ignoring it but everyone needs a little inspiring break right?

My dear camera has also currently stopped working on me and I am afraid it is due to water damage. Pray that the factory can fix it quick and cheap!

a soft design featuring pink garden hydrangeas, fuchsia peonies, and succulents

tall tall tall eremurus. I've never seen it come so tall. Do you see how tall!?!!

soft fiddle head fern curls. My favorite


  1. Love the fiddleheads : ) and the arrangement too! I have no doubt that fresh flowers bring joy to one's heart! Happy Wednesday!

  2. Yes, nothing like fresh flowers! And those fiddle heads are a work of art, aren't they? Nature is amazing. Your post made me happy today!

  3. I love that first arrangement! I would never think to use succulents like that. Love it!

  4. I love the arrangement! And those fiddleheads are fantastic! Glad you're enjoying your time with all the fresh cuts!


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