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  • Stunning peonies 🌸
  • Stunning peonies 🌸
  • 2660 36 5 days ago
  • In color balance
  • In color balance
  • 1152 8 3 days ago
  • Det här med blommor alltså, en blir liksom glad i hela kroppen!💞 .
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[Flowers, amazing how happy they can make you! 💞]
  • Det här med blommor alltså, en blir liksom glad i hela kroppen!💞 . . . [Flowers, amazing how happy they can make you! 💞]
  • 683 16 4 days ago
  • Winter Styled Wedding in the famous @sacherhotels 
We love those colors and we love winter weddings more and more - I mean look at these intense co...
  • Winter Styled Wedding in the famous @sacherhotels We love those colors and we love winter weddings more and more - I mean look at these intense colors ♥️
  • 851 9 4 days ago
  • Something new 😉 Circular set up 💕 Waht do you think? 👍 or 👎? Comment 👇
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Photo by @nigerianwedding
  • Something new 😉 Circular set up 💕 Waht do you think? 👍 or 👎? Comment 👇 . . Photo by @nigerianwedding
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  • In memory of...
  • In memory of...
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  • First week of floristry course 🌿
Thank you very much Gillian and Rebecca! #Buttonhole #flowerday
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I’ll try to post some information here for you ...
  • First week of floristry course 🌿 Thank you very much Gillian and Rebecca! #Buttonhole #flowerday • I’ll try to post some information here for you to know(maybe) something new, but mostly for myself 💁‍♀️ to remember all the details. 💐The tradition of buttonholes originates from ancient Greece. It was a small bunch of flowers and herbs, pinned close to their heart in order to ward off evil spirits, who would cause the groom to turn his heart against the bride and refuse to love her. Buttonholes travelled to England during Medieval times. Today it’s more a stylish accessory to the groom’s and guests’ outfits • Итак, параллельно с моими занятиями, буду оставлять здесь немного информации, чтоб самой было легко вернуться в любой момент. 💐 Традиция бутоньерки пришла в Англию в Средневековье из Греции. Там прикалывали пахучие травы поближе к сердцу, потому что женихи верили, наивные, что демоны (все-таки, в последний момент) настроят их против невесты и они разлюбят. Так вот, я думаю, что это сами невесты им прикалывали, боялись за своих женишков 😂 ———————————————————————————————————————————————— #flower #floers #florist #floristry #new #profession #passion #eucaliptus #alstroemeria #lisianthus #waxflower
  • 0 0 9 hours ago
  • One of the great Chassidic rabbis saw a man running and asked him, "Where are you running?" to which the man answered, "I am running to make a livi...
  • One of the great Chassidic rabbis saw a man running and asked him, "Where are you running?" to which the man answered, "I am running to make a living." He then countered, "How do you know your livelihood is in front of you? Perhaps it is behind you, and if you just slow down it will be able to catch up to you!" Life has a certain amount of running built into the system, but I mustn’t forget why I am running and where I am running to. I can easily get caught up in my ‘busy’ and all the ‘running’. So if selling flowers is all about doing business, what does it have to do with the spiritual part of my life? Sometimes I slow myself down to think about what business is really all about. Perhaps business is actually about discovering meaning. About discovering jewels in the mud. My present-day business is about looking for value. It is about finding meaning and exposing the secret power of this beautiful world. And not only the power to enhance human life but also the power of miracles and wonders and beautiful deeds— that Hashem has hidden in finite places. The deeper I enter into the caverns of mundane life, the more brilliant are the jewels I find—as long as I stay above while I enter within. As Psalms say, "Those who go down in ships to the sea, who do their craft in the mighty waters; they are the ones to see the works of G‑d, catching His wonders in their net.” Now I understand why I get more pleasure from my job where I connect with people than the satisfaction I get from the paycheck. I feel rich enough with the satisfaction I feel inside when I have left someone smiling after handing them flowers and after a meaningful conversation. Satisfying my soul is the greatest wealth and I'm starting to understand why. Thank you all who come out weekly to help me make it possible.
  • 55 6 11 hours ago
  • Today’s color study in peachey-pink hues...The verdict? Yessssss.
  • Today’s color study in peachey-pink hues...The verdict? Yessssss.
  • 65 7 12 hours ago
  • Marina, I fell in love with your bouquet ✨
  • Marina, I fell in love with your bouquet ✨
  • 21 2 12 hours ago
  • First week of floristry course 🌿
Thank you very much Gillian and Rebecca! #Buttonhole #flowerday
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I’ll try to post some information here for you ...
  • First week of floristry course 🌿 Thank you very much Gillian and Rebecca! #Buttonhole #flowerday • I’ll try to post some information here for you to know(maybe) something new, but mostly for myself 💁‍♀️ to remember all the details. 💐The tradition of buttonholes originates from ancient Greece. It was a small bunch of flowers and herbs, pinned close to their heart in order to ward off evil spirits, who would cause the groom to turn his heart against the bride and refuse to love her. Buttonholes travelled to England during Medieval times. Today it’s more a stylish accessory to the groom’s and guests’ outfits • Итак, параллельно с моими занятиями, буду оставлять здесь немного информации, чтоб самой было легко вернуться в любой момент. 💐 Традиция бутоньерки пришла в Англию в Средневековье из Греции. Там прикалывали пахучие травы поближе к сердцу, потому что женихи верили, наивные, что демоны (все-таки, в последний момент) настроят их против невесты и они разлюбят. Так вот, я думаю, что это сами невесты им прикалывали, боялись за своих женишков 😂 ———————————————————————————————————————————————— #flower #floers #florist #floristry #new #profession #passion #eucaliptus #alstroemeria #lisianthus #waxflower
  • 26 4 12 hours ago
  • Absolutely love it when an idea comes to life and looks even better in physical form ✨ for the lovely Tracey & Justin yesterday at @petersonhouse i...
  • Absolutely love it when an idea comes to life and looks even better in physical form ✨ for the lovely Tracey & Justin yesterday at @petersonhouse in the Hunter Valley. Yes it was about 35 degrees, and so humid, so the flowers were a challenge but we made it work! Justin is a huge fan of @tomford and wanted an emphasis of white roses, something classy and traditional yet also modern and unique. Swipe across for the video ! 💪🏼💪🏼 @thesecretwild best team ever !!!!!!
  • 65 1 13 hours ago
  • Press play & swipe >> These lanterns were sourced by the amazing bride @ilongginou who trusted me to bring her vision to life ✨💁🏻‍♀️ Such an effe...
  • Press play & swipe >> These lanterns were sourced by the amazing bride @ilongginou who trusted me to bring her vision to life ✨💁🏻‍♀️ Such an effective entrance into @pier33mooloolaba || Thanks to @wildmagnoliaflorals for lending me floral skillz for the weekend 💅🏼
  • 93 10 13 hours ago
  • paphiopedilum à la paper... had a blast this morning teaching how to create these beautiful orchids in a workshop!
  • paphiopedilum à la paper... had a blast this morning teaching how to create these beautiful orchids in a workshop!
  • 127 6 13 hours ago
  • W O W Z A S 
What a seriously crazy 24 hours we’ve had! 3 installations, table centres galore, battling the wind for our dressed sign flowers, an i...
  • W O W Z A S What a seriously crazy 24 hours we’ve had! 3 installations, table centres galore, battling the wind for our dressed sign flowers, an installation relocation and a surprise wedding! Big congratulations to @jnuzzy and her now husband Ryan! What an incredible wedding it was to be a part of! 🌸
  • 34 3 13 hours ago
  • Vibes ✨💫
  • Vibes ✨💫
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