After the Marry Market a few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to connect with a local florist, Carolina Rosa. I wanted to share images of her floral designs from our quick vendor shoot after the bridal fair.
Sola Wood and Dried Flowers Vintage Vibes
Carolina Rosa Design specializes in dried and hand carved wooden florals. She is so talented! Her artwork is ideal for brides who want their bouquet to last forever. Many of her brides use their bouquets as decoration in their home after their wedding. She purchases the hand carved wooden florals and hand dyes them. While looking at her arrangements, the flowers looked so real. I’m amazed at her skills in this niche area of floral arranging. She has a very different skill set than other florists I’ve worked with.
This color palette was a very muted and vintage look with a few pops of bold color. The vintage vibes were strong in Carolina’s dried floral arrangements. However, it’s important to note that many of her floral arrangements are trendy, colorful, boho, and bright.
Serving Brides Nationwide
Carolina is able to serve brides nationwide. Since her floral arrangements won’t wilt or die, she is able to ship bouquets, boutonnieres, centerpieces and other arrangements to brides all over. With nearly 2000 sales in her Etsy shop, it’s easy to see why arrangements are desired by brides everywhere!
Jaime Shippen Makeup & The Dress Shop Rigby
I can’t leave this post without also shouting out the amazing makeup and wedding dress. The dress was contributed by The Dress Shop Rigby, which boasts wedding dresses from $50-$200. This dress was yet another one that I was in love with! Jaime Shippen also had models come to the bridal fair so that brides could see her in action doing her thing! I thought that was brilliant and allowed potential clients to see the process. She did a beautiful job on Cydni’s eye makeup!