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Marietta, OH 45750

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A Flower Studio based in Marietta, OH 

Caroline designs with the intent and goal of speaking to the heart of each individual client, she also brings a bit of her passion for art and the natural world into each design.  

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Been a Long, Long Time Coming...Week 6 and more.

Caroline Waller

I'm totally working backwards in time, so please be sure to scroll all the way through this post to see what's been happening here and there for the past month.  Last night I put together this "weeks" seasonal bouquet.  All of this deliciousness, and so much more, is blooming in the garden now.  Although I haven't kept up with doing an arrangement every single week as I'd hoped, it's still been great fun creating pieces and comparing how different each one is as the season progresses.

This seasonal bouquet was made with peonies, ornamental honeysuckle, painted fern, black columbine, and loosestrife from my Mother's garden.  From my garden I used red japanese maple, coral bells and viburnum.  

This seasonal bouquet was made with peonies, ornamental honeysuckle, painted fern, black columbine, and loosestrife from my Mother's garden.  From my garden I used red japanese maple, coral bells and viburnum.  

And here is the same bouquet placed in an antique vase from my Aunt.

And here is the same bouquet placed in an antique vase from my Aunt.

We just spent the last week soaking up rays with good friends and their families, and the only time I thought about flowers was when exploring the local flora.  When I travel it seems the first thing I do is familiarize myself with the plants around me.  Yeah, it's kinda nerdy, but it brings me some sort of calm, a sense of place and belonging.  Several of the botanical highlights included this native Coral Bean (Erythrina herbacea), an orange native or naturalized Gladiola (not pictured), and the Gardenia.  The Gardenia was sick.  I mean sick like I want to dive into that 8' shrub and never come out.  Just leave me in the low country...

Coral Bean found in the Botany Bay Preserve

Coral Bean found in the Botany Bay Preserve

Mammoth Gardenias in the gardens of the Magnolia Plantation.

Mammoth Gardenias in the gardens of the Magnolia Plantation.

I waited way too long to share this special time collaborating with another designer/flower farmer from Northern Ohio.  Not only was it wonderful getting to know Buckeye Blooms, I truly couldn't have pulled off this wedding without her help and the help of my designer and dear friend Christine.  I'd always wondered, especially as someone who isn't very good at delegating, how I would pull off a wedding if I got sick, you know like the flu.  Well that's how it was done, with two very good designers who also have terrific work ethics.  I barely managed to crank out two prototypes and then these girls made it all happen while I lay motionless on the couch.  Now we are best flower friends (um, yep, that's BFF's) and are planning some fun future collaborations!  Thankfully, toward the end of her stay I rallied and we were able to go out one evening and do some foraging and speed bouquet making as we raced against the setting sun.  Photos by Susan of Buckeye Blooms.

Susan's, of Buckeye Blooms, beautiful seasonal bouquet.

Susan's, of Buckeye Blooms, beautiful seasonal bouquet.

I learned a lot from Susan while creating our seasonal bouquets.  

I learned a lot from Susan while creating our seasonal bouquets.  

Thankfully also rallied enough to do the personal flowers, and although it was a "ball" it still turned out to be one of my favorite bouquets to date.  For the new Mrs. Caroline Clary.

Thankfully also rallied enough to do the personal flowers, and although it was a "ball" it still turned out to be one of my favorite bouquets to date.  For the new Mrs. Caroline Clary.

The lovely and talented Susan of Buckeye Blooms.

The lovely and talented Susan of Buckeye Blooms.