I love simple, blowsy floral installations that sort of just blend into their surroundings. I wanted to create a minimal floral installation for a photo shoot where I was photographing some ceramics, so I created this foraged wildflower meadow patch for the set. I love how it turned out! The mechanics are all foam free. In the video I walk you through the entire process.
You can also download the entire toolkit checklist for flower installations (including sources) right here!
I hope you find this flower installation tutorial helpful! I cannot wait to see your own creation.
Here´s a little peek at the demo from Saturday’s Summer Wildflower Workshop. The replay and notes just went out for those who booked but missed the live Zoom. We had a lot of fun! For the demo I used some 5 ft tall foraged fennel!
Maggie is a student in our Flower Arranging 101 course. Her work is lush, garden-inspired, and organic. I love this flower crown made from foraged flowers. It has movement, drama, and volume but at the same time it feels natural, wearable, and light.
The hand-tied bridal piece and this English style garden arrangement both allow the eye to focus in on focal flowers but offer texture too. I love Maggie’s work!