9/11/14

MAKING FLOWERS

remember waaaay back when i mentioned i had started to work with a local florist? after months of working with braided briar (formerly r.a.b. floral) i finally took pictures of something we worked on! when i initially started doing this, the company was called r.a.b floral & was ran by two sisters, renee & rebecca. around july renee decided she didn't have enough time to keep up with the floral work because of her other job, so rebecca took it into her own hands & changed the name to braided briar.

i've been horrible at taking photos of things that i worked on, so i made a real effort to take pictures of everything last night.
these flowers are for a styled shoot that rebecca was asked to work on. the flowers were really fun to make because we could do whatever we wanted since it wasn't for a wedding, so we had complete creativity with these. plus, all of the colors were amazing. the shoot is going to be more fall oriented & kind of edgy, at least thats what the photographer is going for so we kind of did some different stuff on the flowers, like wrapping the boutonniere & bouquet with leather & things like that.

i've seriously loved working with braided briar & am a little sad to be leaving it. but i've definitely learned a lot from when i first met with them. working with flowers is one of the funnest things & it's not quite as easy as i thought it would be, haha. which is a good thing!

here's a couple of other things i've worked on with them that i pulled from their new site, make sure to check it out & if you ever need a florist in slc, go to them! haha

5 comments :

  1. wow they are gorgeous! talk about talent girl!

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  2. these are SO pretty!! i'm in love with that crown.

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  3. oh my gosh, you've found your calling in life! amazing!

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  4. sooo pretty!! what a fun internship!

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