When I started my studio project to convert a family stable into a workspace, I reached out to Rosie Kelly for some brand photography to help capture my work and floral style. Rosie’s photography is so inspiring she is a natural storyteller with a fantastic eye for capturing people’s stories.
Inspired by the seasons changing to autumn, I went with a warm colour palette with hints of white, blush and green. I used a mix of trailing jasmine, butterfly ranunculus and some British grown dahlia’s with lots of wispy finishing touches.
For the bridal bouquet and footed bowl, I chose a mix of roses, Cafe’ au lait dahlia’s and some chocolate cosmos for some added warmth and movement. I finished the bouquet with a complimentary silk ribbon from Silk & Purl.
Meadows are one of my favourite arrangements to make so I wanted these to be a part of my showcase. I used mainly British grown flowers in these including some Sahara rudbeckia, scabiosa, cosmos and lots of wild grasses. I was lucky enough to forage all of the mixed foliage for the broken arch from the trees surrounding the field and my trusty dad was on hand to help me cut those high branches.
When the day finally arrived, I had so much fun working with Rosie and it was so rewarding to see the studio filled with flowers. As we continued the brand shoot, Rosie captured an array of images highlighting my work and the studio with lots of chit-chat about the wedding industry and a common interest in country music. I was honestly blown away by the images she captured of my work and flower studio.
Working on this project has brought me so much joy over the past few months and feels very special to be starting a new chapter. I hope to be pottering around here for many years to come.