Each year Mayesh Wholesale sponsors Lonely Bouquet Design Week in honor of International Lonely Bouquet Day. Floral artisans from around the country are provided with flowers to design into a bouquet which they then leave around their towns for some lucky person to discover and take home with them! It's a fun way to spread the flower love and brighten up someone's day!
Anthropologie's windows are always such an inspiration to me. Probably because display artists across all the stores always do such an amazing job of telling a visual story and often make great art out of unusual materials, two things I love. :)
This year their summer windows were created using an ice dye process which looks like a lot of fun. You can see more of their windows on Instagram using the tag #anthrowindows. Such beautiful work!
For the bouquet I picked out flowers for their color and textures. The Campanella gardenroses picked up the peachy blush colors while the cockscomb reflected the darker rouge colors and the texture of display along with the nigella which also nods at the texture created in the window. The greens lean to the dusty blues in the background and the ribbons finish off the bouquet accenting the blue and softness of the melding colors.