We're all familiar with the two biggest sectors of the floral industry - weddings & retail - but there are so many other avenues and opportunities to explore outside of those two.
Kameron Craft, of Kameron Craft Design in Houston, TX, has done just that! Aside from designing for weddings, Kameron has tapped into the local community to secure clients who want their homes decorated seasonally, and who host small events throughout the year.
Check out the gorgeous work she just did for one of her repeat clients in the Houston area. I mean, who wouldn't want to come home to that gorgeous fall installation over your front door every day?!
Seasonal Home Decor
"This house is a dream canvas! It is romantic and textural, beautifully appointed and surrounded by arguably one of the most fabulous private gardens in the country.
The client wanted to create a beautiful fall scape for the front door. I designed on site using a vast array of fall foliages, dried and fresh, from none other than Mayesh Houston. I focused on product that is hearty and would dry well in order to get the maximum life in this challenging Texas climate."
Outdoor Ladies Luncheon
"This was an outdoor intimate garden setting for eight. The garland on the mantle was designed on site again using florals and foliages that dry beautifully and are strong. I think it gave the feel of a fall garden party - it was really a joy to pull together.
I procured the flowers using both Mayesh Direct BoxLots and Live & Local features [coming soon to more branches!] of the Mayesh website. The centerpiece for the luncheon includes orchids, garden roses, ranunculus, lisianthus, kangaroo paw, straw flower and an array of fall foliages. I especially love the palette… it demonstrates that fall doesn’t have to be completely orange and brown, and that the addition of pinks, peaches, reds and yellows create an inviting and artful warmth and elegance. Let’s put away the skeletons, turkeys and the pilgrim hats and bring on the beautiful flowers!"
Luncheon in the West Wing
The indoor luncheon follows a similar color story to the ladies luncheon, but I used more red and stronger foliages as the event was only for men."
So beautiful, right?! Let us know in the comments what other types of events and floral design avenues you've explored!