Being the non-professional photographer that I am, my photos ALWAYS need to be edited. I’ve learned a few tricks on how to edit a photo to get it to look the way I want, even if my original shot wasn’t exactly great. First thing’s first, what tools do you use to edit?? I edit everythingContinue reading “Photo Editing for Beginners”
Let me start by saying: I am not a professional Photographer, and I have absolutely no clue what I’m doing most of the time with Photography. It’s a skill that I’m still working on and learning, but I can at least say I have improved and learned a few things since first starting product photography.Continue reading “Improving Photography Skills”
Savannah Wichman of Mountain Mama Florals makes a Pink & Yellow Thanksgiving Day Centerpiece.
How to pick out your flowers for your arrangement.
How in the h*ll do you keep cut flowers alive?? Well, I had to learn due to the fact that pretty non-dead-looking flowers is low-key important when you’re a Florist, and now I’m going to share this knowledge with you! There are some general tips that help with all cut plants and then there areContinue reading “How to Care for Cut Flowers”
Making a Summer Garden Bouquet with Savannah Wichman of Mountain Mama Florals.
When I decided to start a business, I planned the only way I know how to plan: I made lists!
You’ve picked out your flowers and you’re about ready to start designing! However, there’s one step you should do first that will make your design process easier and help your flowers look their best: Flower Processing! For those of you who are hearing this term for the first time, it basically means cleaning and trimmingContinue reading “Processing Flowers”
(And how to say F**k-it to Fear) If you’ve read my previous post on being an ‘Accidental Wedding Florist,’ you know that I didn’t start out knowing what I was doing. In fact, I’m still learning and figuring that out. When I say that the very next time I made an arrangement was AFTER IContinue reading “My Bare-Minimum Floral Design Tips”
My first ever time as a Wedding Florist felt like a high-stakes DIY moment, where I somehow volunteered to be the Florist for the wedding of one of my best friends for whom I was already the Maid of Honor. The ceremony was going to be in a public garden and a low-key event, whichContinue reading “The Accidental Wedding Florist”