Vintage English Teacup was asked to provide Cups and Saucers for a special invite only Florists event at ADAC in Buckhead this week. It was such fun
picking and choosing from our 600 different patterns to find this mismatched selection. All were carefully packed and delivered to ADAC Atlanta
very early in the morning. With the help of Zeb from http://thehungrypeach.com/ a delightful cafe within http://adacatlanta.com/ I set about setting up my display. First a layer of saucers choosing deeper shades to intersperse with the more delicate color tones. This created a florists dream of colors to build upon. Next the fun part adding the cups to coordinate to bring out the best in each piece.Such a joy and so inspiring.
As guests began to arrive they were delighted to find such a special,thoughtful addition to the event. Most had stories to tell of great Tea taking experiences that they had had in the past with friends and family .
I was able to have a quick chat with Holly and she picked a set to match her gorgeous outfit!! inspired. Many thanks to my friends Laura,Virginia and Virginia of of Faith Flowers for support in my floral adventures.
Sponsor https://flowermag.com/ this event was for Florists in the area who were looking to learn from the best! The guest list included
Landscape Architect http://www.pageduke.com/ who discussed ways to make your garden look like a dream. Floral Designer http://www.megbraffdesigns.com/ who covers many topics from floral design to bringing florals inside. The delightful http://hollychappleflowers.com/ gave us insite into floral design and what it takes to be a florist in todays industry whilst still showing her sense of humor and style. http://pallensmith.com/ TV personality and fun passionate Gardner discussed landscaping and florals both outside and in.
Displays and talks were also given by http://www.hollybryandesign.com/ who was just lovely and greatly enjoyed our cups. http://www.claymclaurin.com/ discussed inspiration for his divine textiles and how he uses nature in all his work.
Local to Atlanta is http://www.annabraund.com/ interior designer and also getting inspiration from nature and florists.