Bride-to-be Paige Hemmis checks out Ken as he creates a DIY Wedding Chandelier for her wedding. Ken says you can find a chandelier at a yard sale or flea market if you really want to save money. He advises that you should place the cascading greenery first and prepare the flowers before you attach them as a way to save time. Paige is absolutely in love with the final product.
This "Green With Envy" DIY Floral Arrangement will definitely make a statement in your home!
Production Advisor: Hrach Muradyan
Director: Anasheh Khodaverdi
Director of Photography: Narbeh Khodaverdi
Editor: Chris Damadyan
Assistant Editor: Andre Movsisyan
Zare, Alina Khamanyan & Arminaallure
Special thanks to Katy Sah
Flowers and Greens:
ten Stockard is an Instructor/ Texan Flowers Facilitator and teaches the Principles and Elements of Floral Design at Eaton High School. She will be demonstrating how to make this TSFA floral Triangle Arrangement which will be required for anyone looking to get their floral Certification. Good luck to everyone looking to get their floral Certification!!!! :D
In this edition of Floral Perspective, Beth O'Reilly will show us a new design trend called "dipped in gold". This look is created by taking things from around the shop and adding a new gold, glittery finish. The main course is a dipped in gold bridal bouquet that will make your bride sparkle with glee! Featured floral product: novelty carnations, Sahara roses, Camel roses, Camel Antique garden roses, Romantic roses, Cool Water roses, Sterling Silver roses, magnolia leaves, succulents and agonis.
Hard goods used: Design Master 24KT Pure Gold spray paint, goose feathers, Oasis aluminum wire in gold, Oasis igloo and gold containers from UCI.
Thank you to Baker Party Rentals for providing the table linens.
We are proud to officially introduce you to our 2018 Mayesh Design Star, Kaylee Young! In her first episode of our 2018 Design Star video series, Kaylee demonstrates how she creates one of her signature centerpieces using a glass compote and a pin frog.
Featured Products: begonia leaf, peonies, white anthurium, tuberose, white muscari, nerve plant, majolica spray roses, freesia, ranunculus, hellebores, and scabiosa.
Host: Kaylee Young of Flourish by Kay
Videographer: TaleWind Visuals
Photographer: Maria Lamb Photography
Happy New Year! In Beth O'Reilly AIFD's first video of her Design Star series, “Inspired Floral Design”, she kicks it off with a BANG! Beth creates a two dimensional framed floral sculpture - a perfect wow piece for any wedding, event or even a client’s home. Think outside the box and make your design pop out of the frame!