Spring Sherbet Flower Guide
These sherbet flowers are just what the doctored ordered this morning. Sarah Winward of Honey of a Thousand Flowers dreamed up of a spring flower guide, and these arrangements are it. Quintessentially dreamy. From Sarah: It happens every year during the middle-end of winter… everyone gets anxious for spring. Here is a bit of indulgence for you who may be getting antsy extra early. Spring is the perfect time for a wildly colorful wedding of peach and tangerine tones.
This color palette is fun and feminine, and can also easily be elegant if you pair these flowers with floor length dresses, some strappy heels and a dramatic venue. If the colors alone don’t make you drool, how about serving some sherbet for your desert?
Inspiration board credits: doughnuts, lipstick makeup (found on Pinterest, anyone knows the source?), tangerine dress, tangerine wedding decor from this feature shot by Alice Hu
Flowers used here were: roses, ranunculus, kumquat, poppy, peony and tulips.
You can’t go wrong with sherbert ~ What a gorgeous collection!
Sarah! Your work is stunning. So so pretty.
Sarah – I love those pink roses!! Do you happen to know the variety?
Beautiful! So glad to see tangerine as color of the year. Whether it’s an accent or the main color…I think it is beautiful for a wedding!
So gorgeous! I love the whimsy that passion vine adds to the arrangement.
Loose and natural these are the textures for this year
Such a pretty combination and color palette. Beautiful!!
SO so pretty! Love the flowers paired with the lipstick!
Really love your work Sarah. The colours combine beautifully and the presentation is 1st class. Great photography also. x
So very pretty, adore your work! Love the use of passion vine and kumquats!