April 27, 2021

Beautiful Ways To Use Curly Willow Branches Throughout Your Wedding

Alyson & Gary Wedding - Rose and Eucalyptus and Curly Willow Ceremony Floral Arch - The Estate at East Wind NY - Kate Neal Photography

Alyson & Gary Wedding – Rose and Eucalyptus and Curly Willow Ceremony Floral Arch – The Estate at East Wind NY – Kate Neal Photography

 

Expressive, unique, and eye-pleasing, curly willow branches are an excellent choice when you want make a statement with party decor. There’s no denying the enchanted feel they bring to the weddingscape. What is so appealing about curly willow from a floral designers standpoint is its versatility – it works well with just about any wedding style, from organic to whimsical to sophisticated. Looking for ideas on how to incorporate these natural elements into your big day? The search stops here. We went through the Real BB Wedding archives and rounded up our favorite designs that use curly willow branches. Read on to see all the beautiful ways curly willow takes decor to great, new heights.
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October 13, 2015

Branches & Blooms: Flower Class at Bride & Blossom

bride-blossom-team-flower-classFor our latest floral-design workshop, Branches & Blooms, we filled the showroom with vibrant fall flowers and invited the class to get creative with color, shape and texture. We had such a warm, enthusiastic and talented group. We’ve been telling everyone our classes are NYC’s best girls’ night out, but it turns out, they also make a great date night. We were delighted to see more than one gentleman in the showroom this time!

Expert floral stylist, Dawn, charmed the class as she demonstrated technique and shared insider tricks. Here’s one tip that kept coming up: don’t overthink it! (The wine helps with that.) Relax, follow your instincts and experiment. Working with flowers is about using your senses. Get a feel for the way each stem feels in your hand. Notice which colors draw you in, and don’t forget to stop and breathe in the fragrance.
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