This bouquet was so fun to design, though honestly a little tricky! Since I was making it just for fun I wanted to try color-blocking with some new textures. I tucked bright colors in back, had some dark textural pieces in front, and a motif of pink/mauve/burgundy on the side.
I'm typically not one for bright contrast, so that yellow acacia next to the purple kale still throws me for a loop sometimes, but it was fun to try it out! The ingredients for this bouquet were nothing short of amazing. I mean, really? Brown lisianthus? To quote my own instagram caption (haha) "who knew brown flowers could be so pretty??"
I think my favorite part of this bouquet was designing the bouquet breakdown. There really were so many varieties of flowers crammed into this one bouquet, so here's a look at them individually:
Aren't those pieces great? Who knew that kale would be so commonly used in floral arrangements these days (anything to keep it out of the blender, am I right?)!
This bouquet also had the honor of being photographed by Isabelle Fyffe. Her images are much better than the phone shots I captured above, so keep scrolling for more texture and pretty.