Selling lavish and over-the-top floral installations is a dream for florists and wedding designers. Knowing where to start and how to sell these looks is a big challenge. During this visually inspiring session Sarah Campbell (Seen on Netflix "The Big Flower Fight") shares her techniques for selling these big designs with confidence.
You know couples look online for floral ideas. How do you turn their online inspiration search into a floral booking?
Every couple has a floral budget (whether big or small). It’s easy to transform a space when the spend is high, but it takes artful design and creative thinking to pull off a luxe look on a budget.
For centuries, floriography was used to communicate a coded message. Daisies mean innocence, orchids are luxury, and red roses for love. A good floral designer is fluent in the language of design. The original meanings of flower types may have evolved over time, but flowers still speak louder than any other visual element at the wedding.
Moody colors and luxury are at the heart of floral styles for next year. Velvets and metals paired with rich and warm jewel tones make any wedding feel like an upscale affair. Get the latest in all the floral trends your wedding couples will be demanding.
Intimidated by diving into large scale floral installations? In a rut doing the same arbor over and over? We will walk you through creating a freeform ceremony installation using reclaimed building columns – a process that can be applied to almost any location.
Have you ever wanted to build a free standing floral installation? This video demo will teach you the mechanics behind the installation.