Adrienna said my title of this blog post sounds like we are going to get surgical, which is ironic because whenever I'm doing flowers I kind of feel like a surgeon. Here, I'll paint a picture for you... me behind our sequin flower wall, Nic available at hand to grab supplies when I need them, me putting foam into a vase, me saying, "Nic - flower scissors please," Nic handing them to me, me cutting stem then me saying, "Nic - another scabiosa pod please," Nic handing one to me, and so on. See what I mean? It's like I'm a surgeon working on putting all the pieces of a body back together but in reality I'm just putting all the pieces of a floral arrangement together.
Wow, I just realized I got completely side-tracked and just wrote an entire paragraph on that tangent. So.... back to what this blog post is actually supposed to be about.... flower crowns and the dissection thereof. Flower crowns are by far one of my absolute favorite things in the entire world. If I could wear one everyday I most likely would. And the coolest part about them is they are so different thanks to all the different varieties of blooms that exist in this amazing world we live in. So here today to share some of the flower crowns we have done and the components that were used to make them.
What do you think of flower crowns? Would you rock one on your wedding day? I can be damned I will definitely 100% be wearing one on my wedding day no matter how many years it takes before I get married and no matter if they are so out of style it ain't even funny. I love and adore them so much and think they are just so beautiful and wonderful. And seriously, how many other days in your life can you rock a flower crown all day without someone asking you why you are wearing live plants on your head? So if you are with me then you should contact us and we can get to rocking out a custom proposal that fits everything you ever dreamed of. Happy flowers, happy day. x, nicole