In Full Flower

We are tremendously honored to be part of the upcoming title In Full Flower, by Gemma and Andrew Ingalls, published by Rizzoli and available later this month. It's an absolute career highlight for us not only to be included in the volume, but for our arrangement to be on the cover! 

About the book:

This gorgeously photographed volume celebrates the most influential floral designers today.
 
In Full Flower is a compilation of a new wave in contemporary floral design, featuring artists who combine traditional techniques with an organic, free-form, “back-to-nature” style. The opposite of buttoned-up and manicured arrangements, this survey includes over twenty of the most celebrated and influential artists across the United States who are rewriting the rules of floral design.
 
In Full Flower is the first overview of artists working in this aesthetic. Gorgeous photographs depict the artists’ process as well as final designs, captured both as still lifes and environments. In addition, the wanderlust-inducing gardens and inspired interiors exhibit both rustic and urban eco-chic—simple luxury living embodied by these artists that all homeowners will appreciate.
 
With over 300 original color images and short writing on each artists’ inspirations and philosophies, this spectacularly inspiring floral survey will be treasured by lovers of beautiful flowers and interiors alike.

We are sharing a few behind the scenes photos from our shoot with Gemma + Andrew Ingalls.  We'll be sharing what actually made the cut for the book in the upcoming weeks. Until then, enjoy!

 

Kathryn + Campbell Wedding

Dried blooms and grasses are mixed with seasonal offerings for a relaxed canyon celebration. Sand, honeyed browns, pale mauves to plum are arranged in ceramics from a local artisan and in shallow Japanese acacia bowls. These open arrangements celebrate the sculptural minimalism of Winter's bare branches.

PHOTOGRAPHY: Meghan K. Sadler

Jenn + Dan Wedding

PHOTOGRAPHY: Daniel Poff

WEDDING PLANNER: Going Lovely

VENUE: Barn Diva

Esther + Cris Wedding

PHOTOGRAPHY: Daniel Kim

WEDDING PLANNER: Harvesting Love Events

VENUE: Radonich Ranch

Asti Winery Photo Shoot

PHOTOGRAPHY: Jessica Burke

WEDDING PLANNER: Cassy Rose Events

H&MU: Prettyologie

VENUE: Asti Winery

Angelina + Howard Enagement

We wanted to showcase locally grown warm caramel and vintage pink garden roses in Angelina’s bouquet — she grew up in Carmel, and chose to fly back from Hong Kong to shoot her engagement session on the California coast. Pure white lotus is a nod to the couple’s new home, while wild clematis and maidenhair fern echoes the spray of the ocean.

PHOTOGRAPHY: Erich McVey

Honeymoon Photo Shoot | Geraldine Magazine no. 1

In this honeymoon spread, the floral story accented the beautiful surroundings. We mirrored the couple’s relaxed vibe
with farmers’ market florals — a bunch of abelia tucked into a tote, a simple arrangement in a locally made Heath bud vase,
a few wild branches to frame the bedroom. When you’re honeymooning, less is more.

PHOTOGRAPHY: Erich McVey

Botanical Wedding Cakes

We teamed up with Nine Cakes and Jen Huang Photography to bring you 10 different botanical wedding cake ideas, inspired by the naturalistic bride. Just a few clippings from our garden was enough to create a range of wedding cake flower designs! Many thanks to Nine Cakes for baking such artful cakes, and Jen Huang for spending the afternoon with us to capture the details! 

Fruited – Blueberries on the branch, Hellebores and Heuchera

Alpine – Blueberries on the branch, Hellebores and Grape Muscari

Vine – Jasmine Vine, Hellebore and Deutzia

Tropical – Golden Fiddlehead Fern and Dogwood

Delicate – Green Hellebores

Exotic – Smokebush

Romantic – Koko Loko Garden Rose, Hellebores, Vibernum and Heuchera

Classic – Koko Loko Garden Roses, Cinnamon Spice Hellebores, Chocolate Cosmos and Heuchera

Monotone – Dried Hydrangea Florets

Forest – Dogwood

Q + A || Sea Ranch, California

Crystals, skulls, and butterflies -- oh my! Enjoy these details the lovely Taralynn Lawton took of Q+A's wedding at Sea Ranch. We had the best time dreaming and scheming for these two!

SPRING TABLE INSPIRATION I.

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DESIGN + STYLING: Studio Mondine PHOTOGRAHY: Meghan Mehan

SUTRO BATHS PHOTO SHOOT

Frosty flannel flowers mixed with the last of summer’s garden roses represent this transitional time into Autumn. Maidenhair fern mirrors the effervescence of waves crashing on the beach, while wild, trailing vines echo the beautiful Sutro Bath Ruins.
The overgrown, sprawling arrangements are an ode to Nature reclaiming what’s Hers, as she’s done at the Sutro Baths.

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DESIGN + STYLING: Studio Mondine PHOTOGRAPHY: Meghan Mehan

GERALDINE MAGAZINE ISSUE NO. 1 | HONEYMOON SPREAD


In this honeymoon spread, the floral story accented the beautiful surroundings. We mirrored the couple’s relaxed vibe with farmers’ market florals — a bunch of abelia tucked into a tote, a simple arrangement in a locally made Heath bud vase, a few wild branches to frame the bedroom. When you’re honeymooning, less is more.