by Suzanne Nemet

Designs of the Victorian era were all about texture and elaborate ornamentation. I wanted to bring back memories of days when kids would play outside in the snow for hours. The subtleness of the pink garden roses, cream hydrangea and King Protea, play beautifully off the well-worn, lace-up skates offering a lot of texture. The dark magnolia and tinted scabiosa accent the richness that was seen in the wooden sled. Soft, subtle colors with lots of definition. The fragrance of cinnamon sticks and assorted winter greenery infuse the air with smells of the season, making us crave hot apple cider.

Come In From The Cold

Flowers and materials featured: King Protea, Red Willow Eucalyptus, Queen Anne’s Lace, O’Hara and Mythos Garden Roses, Hydrangea, Mini Callas, Magnolia Leaves, Pinecones, Dusty Miller, Scabiosa, Bronze Crimped Ribbon with Beading, assorted Winter Greenery, Lace-up Skates, Wooden Sled

About the Florist: Suzanne Nemet

Suzanne is the managing partner and commercial accounts executive for All inBloom in Columbus, Ohio. The shop specializes in award-winning designs for weddings, events and corporate functions. Suzanne’s commercial accounts include The Blackwell and The Fawcett Center at The Ohio State University, The Westin Columbus Hotel and Tiffany & Co.