Dark and Moody
Jewel tones and rich colors are popular in creating dark, romantic florals.
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Sneak peek at tomorrow's Real Wedding on The LANE, photography by Bek Grace (instagram: the_lane)
Romantic pink and burgundy rose wedding bouquet | Peppermint Photography
Swallowsmoody floral projects by florist designer Anna Potter. Her creative vision is utterly stunning, changing how we perceive arrangements by the way she uses unexpected elements like mushrooms or displays like glass cloches (which by the way, I’ve already gone digging in my shed this morning for a glass cloche that I just know we must have!). Lucky for us, the Swallows & Damson owner has been sharing tutorials for the stunning projects below via Design Sponge and Food 52.
Photo: Sian Richards. Producer: Emma Reddington. Prop Styling: Jen Evans.
Love the colors, the whiteish reddish of the big guy & the deep reds of the others.