A relaxed bouquet with a palette of coppers, deep rusty reds and dusty browns hues white to compliment the copper sensation of Stacey’s outfit at her wedding to Mike at her fathers home here in New Plymouth.
What drew you to floristry and how did you get started in the industry? My love of flowers started in my childhood. Our home was set among 28 acres of Australian bushland. My mother would walk with me and my sisters through the garden and bush, pointing out plants and blooms, calling them by their … Read more
This bouquet was seriously heavy, once it was bound and tied with the elegant silk and willow ribbon I panicked for 5 minutes “essshhhh it’s too big” then I remembered that generally all my brides request a massive explosion of flowers, which is what always wants aim to create.
Hosting intimate events and teaching others is not something new for Shaye Woolford, having been a long time partner of Kinfolk magazine co-running workshops and dinners on behalf. Recently, Shaye has introduced another facet to her business – inspirational workshops at her shared studio in Tauranga. Studio 145 is a collaborative workspace, which Shaye shares … Read more