Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Brights at the Bok

Photographed by LBV Event Co. and Sara Fitz Co. (photos individually credited)
Planning: Everlemon Events
Venue: Bok Building

Floral Highlights:
Katie's Vision was the BEST! 
Anenomes with pops of red, orange, pink, and blue
the Bok Sink filled with flowers
Hand vases as centerpieces 

photo by LBV Event Co. 
photo by LBV Event Co.

photo by LBV Event Co.
photo by LBV Event Co.

photo by LBV Event Co.

photo by Sara Fitz Co.

photo by Sara Fitz Co.

photo by Sara Fitz Co.

photo by Sara Fitz Co.

photo by Sara Fitz Co.

photo by Sara Fitz Co.

photo by Sara Fitz Co.

photo by Sara Fitz Co.

photo by Sara Fitz Co.

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Orange, Pink and a Pop of Blue for Subtle Rock + Roll Shoot

Planned and Photographed by Madison Neuman
Makeup by: Blushing Bombshell and Eddie Ortiz
Hair: Sophia Scissorhands
Dresses: Aimee Michelle Bridal
Leather Jacket: Once Upon a Lauren
Vintage Car: Black Tie Classics
Flowers: Flower Peach Floral

Floral Highlights:
Reflexed Orange Crush Roses
Cafe au Late Dahlias in the bouquet
Coral Fountain Amaranthus
Balloons on a stick


















Monday, November 4, 2019

White + Pops of Red Equestrian Shoot with Lindsey K Photo

Photographed by Lindsey K Photography
Paper/Invitations by Shindig Bespoke
Cake by Coco's Cakery 

Floral Highlights: 
Spray Painted (yes, spray painted with special floral paint) Anthurium
Red Anenomes 
Hydrangea
Orchids
The Cutest Kid's Table










Cake


Paper



Kid's Table





Monday, August 6, 2018

Announcing Flower Peach Floral


photo by Kerry Anne Photography at Sugar Maple Jersey's Farm

Launching Flower Peach Floral has me feeling exactly how this sweet calf looks....a little scared and bug eyed! 

As our floral business has grown it now needs its own space and identity away from our farm, Robson's Farm. 

5 years ago I took my first floral design class at Longwood Gardens.  Each year I took a few more classes and a few more jobs until floral design became a significant part of our business. I always wanted do be creative. I always wanted to make art and study the way colors sit next to each other....floral design has given me that.  

A few things I love: 
  • Roses...because well...it's my name! A few of my favorite varieties: Toffee, Freedom, Tiffany, Sahara
  • pillar candles of a different color (they make colors other than white and ivory!)
  • died/painted floral (endless possibilities there!)
  • including fruit (a nice way to bridge the produce side with the flower side and it really elevates the look!)
  • black flowers (yes, I know that's strange but I love it!) 
  • creative clients 
Out of the above list the last one is the one I truly love the most. It's not a goal of mine to have clients that will spend the most money but instead to have clients with the coolest ideas that will allow me to do the most creative work!