A Bespoke Pink Flower Bouquet, From Concept to Creation

A Bespoke Pink Flower Bouquet, From Concept to Creation

Posted by Maria Kourris on

In this episode, we’re going to be taking you on our journey all the way from concept to creation of a Bouquet of Pink Flowers from our collection of Vintage Blooms and Pink Charm Jars.

A Pink Flower Bouquet: From Content to Creation

For the floral novice all the way to the budding artist, we’ll be giving you all the industry insights to take you all the way from inspiration to the creation of this elegant dried flower bouquet.

The Amaranté dried flowers collection is exclusively designed with seasonal, ethically sourced and produced flowers from Fairtrade farms, coming straight from the grower. These elegant pink flowers, leave behind the smallest possible carbon footprint. Each and every dried flower bouquet from our collections last for at least one year and as long as three years if preserved properly, 

Our dried flower bouquets are the perfect sustainable alternative to fresh flowers. We believe luxury should not cost the Earth. Our profits support global reforestation projects, making our preserved flowers a carbon-neutral purchase

Pink Dried Flowers for an Elegant Bespoke Bouquet

Pink flowers are easily my favourite colour – they are versatile, fun, playful, and I love how I can create so many moods with the different shades of pink.

Pink has been quite prominent in interior trends for a while now, and I personally love seeing it used in more 1920s/Art Deco style homes. I wanted to create arrangements with pink dried flowers that have a vintage feel to them and is typical of dried flowers, yet they still look contemporary and up to date.

I’ve used stems like Limonium which is an old favourite of mine, mixed with trendy Fan Palms and Babla. Fan Palms and Babla inject a bit of life and really rework people’s thoughts about dried flowers.

After pulling together all of my inspiration, I started looking at pink flowers that had a more vintage feel in their tones. Both the Helichrysum and bleached Ruscus lean towards the more typical idea people have of pink flowers, so I wanted to elevate them a bit more and give them a new dimension using Pink Helecho and Babla.

A Vintage Bouquet of Pink Flowers

This beautiful pink flower bouquet plays on both neutral shades, but the pale pinks add a more subtle pop of colour. These are relatively new and trendy items, so this bouquet called “Vintage Bloom” will absolutely inject some design-led floristry into your home.

Architectural shapes that can be seen in the fan palm, for example, work really nicely in homes because they add a layer of interest and depth. Their shape is unlike any other you’d be used to seeing in a home: these pink flowers create a real talking point.

As mentioned, this pink flower bouquet was inspired by the 1920s, so pale soft  and light pink furnishings such as curtains or cushions within your room will complement these flowers beautifully.

I chose to style Vintage Blooms in a reflective golden vase to really offset the colours and tie into that 1920s look I was after. Mirrors, for example, were popular at that time, so by choosing this vase, we can really complete the look.

Our pink charm mini vases are the cutest gift for yourself or any loved one. Once again, playing on the shapes, textures and colours reminiscent of the era, these playful jars will surely brighten up your side table, fireplace or windowsill. We’ve also included some gorgeous scented Lavender to make this pink flower bouquet extra special!

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