For Flower School in the February 5th edition of The Wall Street Journal, in from 'LOOM TO BLOOM' floral designer Lindsey Taylor tries her hand at translating a Sheila Hicks textile work into a tightly woven bouquet in our Hammered Copper Bowl.
A winter arrangement from Martha Stewart Living: "A Cluster of Conifers for a Festive Front Door Arrangement: Welcome guests with this elegant assortment of outdoor plants. A large brass bowl and icelike glass mulch elevate the grouping."
For their 'get the look' feature from real weddings, BRIDES chose our White Hexagon Lantern from their 'A Tale of Two Weddings' destination wedding story held in Aix-En-Provence, the bride being from California and the groom from Mumbai, India. Check out all the wedding pictures and decor details.
A Flower Arrangement In Sync With the Season of Hibernation: In The Wall Street Journal, our Glass Vase With Rattan Cage holds Lindsey Taylor's arrangement of red amaryllis, a protea flower, and Magnolia grandiflora leaves, echoing the bouquet depicted in British painter Meredith Frampton's 1928 painting 'Marguerite Kelsey.'
After stints in finance, public relations, and TV news production, Rachel Trimarco of Bride & Blossom now designs beautiful florals, weddings, and events. Get inspired by a Long Island wedding with orchids galore, including the bride's cascading wedding bouquet, purple hydrangea centerpieces, and solid planning advice.
Meet Raúl Àvila, the designer behind of the biggest events of the year, The Metropolitan Museum of Art's annual Costume Institute Gala. Have a look at this year's designs, from the peonies, anemones and other blooms in julep cups on the tables, to the custom designed plates and the ombre rose arch with 300,000 roses.
Layered looks with beautifully complex mixes of flowers, cool objects, and lots of succulents are just some of the things that attracted us to Bevin's work at by Elias Design. Have a look at some of his floral arrangements, wedding centerpieces, and cool commercial displays.
An arrangement of apple branches in a black urn with more apples surrounding it, welcomes guests to this autumn wedding in the Fall 2015 issue of the knot. Get inspired by the 'classic romance' look of this real wedding, and get all the pieces to make this decor style your own.
A TABLE FOR EVERY SEASON: Get inspired by these tablesapes. Here, our silver pedestal bowls hold bundles of muscari blooms and lemons and magnolia leaves on this summer wedding reception table in a BRIDES story with stunning reception ideas by season.
PREPPY STRIPES Whether you're a seaside bride or hosting a formal ballroom wedding, preppy stripes are among the chicest details to transform your classic "I dos" into an event that is completely personal. – BRIDES. Get all the details for this wedding ceremony decor.