Moody Floral Design Inspiration from the Amy Osaba Master Class | Part 2
From bridal bouquets to large arrangements to floral table runners, we love this deep and moody floral inspiration.
Wednesday we began a two-part series, showcasing incredible floral design inspiration from the recent Amy Osaba Master Class. Today, we’re taking a closer look at some of these moody floral arrangements, along with beautiful imagery from the workshop showing some of the inspiration behind the pieces and color palettes, a culminating in a breathtaking dinner.
Read on for more from the Amy Osaba team:
“We designed the Amy Osaba Master Class to be an opportunity to discover or reignite a passion — we understand the struggle designers have to keep the passion alive or survive the newness and unknown of starting a business. We designed this workshop to make each attendee fall in love with their craft, florals, and their business all over again.
Drawing inspiration from nature and the artistic realm, we discussed color, color blocking, and focused on the beautiful struggle of light vs. dark (Chiaroscuro).
Our workshop was held at New Moon Gardens, a beautiful venue outside of Atlanta that house a variety of garden landscapes and served as inspiration for our attendees. They created “real-life” mood boards, comprised of various objects, textures, and colors that then served as the inspiration for their arrangements and bouquets.
Attendees came together to collaborate on a large installation that served as the backdrop for our farewell dinner in the barn, creating a larger-than-life floral runner. We told stories, ate delicious food, and spent the evening sharing in each other’s struggles and celebrating our strengths.”