Welcome back to another installment of Real Weddings Magazine’s Partner Profiles!
This week we highlight Emily Faso, the creative mastermind behind Embellish Floral Design. If you’ve been wanting to learn more about Embellish Floral Design, now’s your chance! Take it away, Emily…
Embellish Floral Design
Tell us a little about your company? Embellish is a contemporary, boutique design studio located in Morada, California that has a passion for creating beauty through flowers, fabric, accessories and lighting.
When did you establish your business? 2007
What sets you apart from your competition? Our relationship with our clients and our ability to interpret our client’s vision.
Because we don’t have a a typical flower shop to manage, we can stay connected with our clients on a more personal level and provide them with an added value of communication and flexibility.
We are committed to staying in tune with our client’s style to reflect their love and joy in the details of their very special occasion and bring their vision to reality.
Where do you find inspiration? We find inspiration in seeking out unique containers and décor items that lend themselves to different ways of designing as well as interesting ways of incorporating unique elements into the designs.
We find inspiration from our clients, their story and what is unique and special to them.
Wedding publications as well as social media sites are also a big source of inspiration. Since most of our brides frequent Pinterest when planning their wedding we feel it our responsibility to be knowledgeable about the latest styles to present themselves.
What trend do you see coming for weddings this year? Gold! Gold is continuing to become more and more popular in event design.
We are seeing it paired a lot with the traditional neutrals…white, ivory and champagne as well as with pops of colors such as coral or Navy blue.
Shades of purple seems to be a a very popular color palate for 2015.
Last season’s ever so popular rustic country theme will still be present but is moving away from the mason jar and burlap to a more sophisticated country elegance.
We will see looser designs, not as compact, with lots of textures and whimsy.
Blog post by Real Weddings Magazine’s Social Media Maven, Aimee Carroll.
Photos courtesy of Embellish Floral Design.
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