Mayesh Design Star: Zoom Wedding Flowers Pt. 1



As we are adjusting to our new normal and figuring out ways to celebrate love & launches, Anthony walks you through the first part of a two-part series of designing for a Zoom wedding - or a stoop wedding or stoop launch event. Utilizing a vessel with an extra heavy pin frog with chicken wire that is taped off, Anthony creates a design inspired by fruits and a blueberry jewel tone color palette. The fruiting blueberry establishes the shape and then he fills in with vibrant & rich dahlias, carnations, hydrangea, anemones, roses, ranunculus, sweet peas, and delphinium.

Stay tuned for part 2 of Anthony's zoom wedding!

And don't forget to share with us your thoughts on Anthony's newest video in the comments below and keep on scrolling for pictures perfect for pinning along with the materials used for this floral design. Enjoy!!







* Please note that due to the fact that this video was shot months ago and we are a bit behind on our production schedule, some of the seasonal flowers may not be available. Also, note that peach poppies can be extremely limited even when they are in season.


Florist Netting (chicken wire)

Wire Cutters

Floral Knife


Pin Frog

Oasis Waterproof Tape

Lazy Susan

Flower Vessel


Host: Anthony Maslo

Videography: Anna Lord Studio
Producer: Jeffrey Follin




Zoom wedding flowers - fruiting blueberry

Zoom wedding flowers - jewel tone flower centerpiece

Zoom wedding flowers - jewel tone flower centerpiece - dahlias, anemones, ranunculus

Zoom wedding flowers - jewel tone flower centerpiece - dahlias, anemones, ranunculus


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