Flower Magazine

SEP-OCT 2018

Browse "flower" to learn techniques from established and up-and-coming designers, be inspired by the floral decor of weddings, galas, and flower and garden shows, and infuse your lifestyle with chic floral fashion and home decor.

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work together every day, but Mandy and Steve are a great team. They each other out, and after a long, hot day, they're still in love. –REBECCA WOOD services because of the studio's natural, flowing style of composition. "What we bring to an event is the ability to fill a space with the natu- ral elements of that locale's surroundings," says Mandy. "Everything is seasonal and relevant, whether it be from our fields or the client's nearby forest and roadside." That said, is there a wedding color palette she wishes more couples would try? "While most designers are tiring of blush-with-neutrals, I'm still a sucker for this palette because it encompasses many of the wild elements we enjoy using—those freshly harvested components that conjure a sense of place." TOP LEFT: Athens-based ceramicist Rebecca Wood, founder of R. Wood Studio, enjoys collaborating with the O'Sheas. FAR LEFT: Wood has honed her own flower-arranging style with help from Mandy. Vase by Wood. ABOVE: Waste not, want not. Stems hang to dry in the flower shack for eventual use in arrangements or bundles sold at late-fall markets. For more information, see Sources, page 84

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