Here are some beautiful flowers I found recently. I’m soaking up the forms, colors, lines, and variety of natural shapes. I thought you might like them as much as I do. They are by Nicolette Camille Floral Design. All photographs are copyright Nicolette Camille.
In this top photo, I love the maidenhair fern and the small pink blooms drooping over the left edge.
In this one, I love the stunning color combination! Those cream and black poppies take my breath away, and the tiny touches of blue in the hyacinths is unexpected yet brilliant.
This designer’s aesthetic makes me feel happy. She’s using the abundance of forms and lines in the floral material to perfect effect—contrasting smooth/round ranunculus with feathery/round peonies; small blooms with large; vertical lines with horizontal. Three large spots of this rosy orange peonies give the eye a circular course to follow.
Again, I love how she’s used the natural lines of the flowers to make a basically round wedding bouquet into something wild and natural.
Same thing here. I don’t know the name of the pinkish-purple material hanging down and on the right, but it alters the traditional form in an exciting way. Instead of a basic round shape, it’s circular within a loose triangle, giving the eye many places to go and a gorgeous home to return to.
I get the idea the designer’s hands are simply guiding the flowers in the ways they naturally want to go. It makes me want to go out and pick anything I can find, and see if my hands can do the same.