If you follow us for a while now, you know how important it is for us to have a sustainable floral design service, that at the same time is a source of inspiration for your wedding day.
These days we absolutely refuse to use floral foam, using other techniques that allow our style to stand out so much more than ever before. This ceiling installation is 100% floral foam free, and to secure the ferns and dried flowers we used a wooden structure that we have at our studio, and chicken wire that we later repurpose. This was part of one of our many experiences to test techniques we want to implement, and was designed at our studio, with foraged ferns.
The conscience that we, as creatives need to do anything in our power to protect the natural resources we have in this beautiful place we call home, is one of our main focus as a brand. And because of that we are always looking, studying, testing new ways to make our service eco and non toxic as much as possible.
Please take a minute to read this Q&A by Slow Flowers Founder Debra Prinzing, with Tobey Nelson, Founder of the Whidbey Flower Workshop.
“The movement continues to spread apace. As more and more florists hearken back to the days of foam-free mechanics predating the 20th Century, they are taking chicken wire, moss, and branches to brand new heights, while at the same time rolling out their own new materials, methods, and products.”
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