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My dear friend Taya of Compass Floral creates the most gorgeous wedding flower arrangements. Her work has just enough femininity and organic touches to exhibit incredibly beautiful and unique designs.
Having reached out to Taya a while back, I proposed an idea to create a shoot based on different sizes of centerpieces and bouquets. The shoot would help inspire and educate brides on the variety of options they have available for their tastes and budget. Instantly onboard, Taya was so excited to collaborate. See descriptions and approximate cost of wedding centerpieces below!
Taya created gorgeous works of art for this adorable shoot and even modeled as our pretty floral-toting creator. How perfect, right!? Her colors, textures, and compositions work together to showcase her attention to detail and eye for the finished arrangement.
I’ll be honest. I never cared much about flowers until I moved to San Diego and began working with incredibly talented florists. Now, I can’t get enough of the color, smells, and statement of every arrangement I shoot.
Thank you Taya for being a huge part of this little project of ours. It’s always a joy working with you :-)
Cost of Wedding Centerpieces + Descriptions
$100 – $150 Medium sized, loose arrangement, full of eclectic greens and mid cost flowers. Less floral variety – Roses, spray roses, dahlias, carnations, sedums, scabiosa, queen anne’s lace.
$175 – $225 Large, loose arrangement, full of eclectic greens and a mix of mid to high end flowers – Roses, spray roses, dahlias, carnations, sedums, hellebores, persimmons, scabiosa, cotinus, privet berries, bittersweets, queen anne’s lace, & explosion grass.
$250+ Large, loose arrangement, full of eclectic greens and more high end flowers. More floral variety – Peonies, roses, spray roses, ranunculus, carnations, sedums, hellebores, persimmons, scabiosa, cotinus, privet berries, bittersweets, queen anne’s lace, & explosion grass.
The greens that were used in each of the arrangements were nandina, sarcococca, bay laurel & huckleberry.
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