2023 is here, which means it’s time to take a look back at some of my favorite floral moments of 2022! I started this year feeling unsure of what it would hold, but ended this year with a full calendar and a full heart. So without further ado, let’s take a look at The Floral Eclectic’s 2022 recap!
Let me start off by saying that Alex and Wilder are the CUTEST freaking couple! They wanted iridescent, fun, art gallery vibes. That aesthetic wasn’t hard to achieve with a venue as cool as theirs. Alex and Wilder are members of the Art Gallery where they had their wedding – Artspace111. If you haven’t checked out this gallery before, tap here to learn more!
We decided to go bright and bold, and take it over the top with a full tree installation. This was a creative challenge, and I felt like I was mcgyvering everything with floral cages and zip ties, but it was so rewarding! The bright orange, red, yellow, and pink chunky roses stole the show, and this floral design rightfully earned a top spot in my 2022 highlights. Check out a few more images from the incredible Opal & Onyx Photography!
You might remember Jamie and Paul from last year, with their dark and moody tropical themed ceremony! As many covid couples did, they had one small elopement, and then hosted a larger ceremony once it was safe to do so. This time around, we ditched the dark and moody for a brighter color palette.
We decided on a mantle and staircase installation for their ceremony, and outdoor tablescapes for their reception. I absolutely loved the oddities we incorporated alongside the floral!
This year was also about going beyond florals creatively, and designing other pieces for my couples! With Jamie and Paul, I decided to make their pendant banner. You can tap here to watch a reel that shows you my step by step process. Sara Boyd Photo captured this day perfectly!
It wouldn’t be a 2022 recap without acknowledging the fan favorite – Sierra and Dylan’s Twilight Inspired Wedding. This color palette was one I haven’t worked with in a minute… we don’t do all white that often, but when we do, it’s inspired by vampires and werewolves!
This wedding goes to show that you don’t need a bright and bold color palette to create wedding florals that are scroll stopping. Sierra and Dylan’s day was filled with big white chunky blooms, with a touch of black for a hint of drama, and was captured perfectly by Opal & Onyx Photography. You can tap here to see a few behind the scenes clips of our set up process!
Looking back I can say this was one of our craziest years to date, but I wouldn’t change a single second of it. Thank you to everyone who has supported The Floral Eclectic over the last few years. I’m believing for bigger and better things in 2023!
P.S. I still have bookings available for this coming year, so if you’re planning an event and you’d like to incorporate eclectic florals, I’d love to chat! Tap here to shoot me a DM, and let’s get dreaming!