fantastic feathery foliage.
by victoria comment

9/14/17

feather floral arrangements. / sfgirlbybay

my oh my — is this ever stunning! i just had to share this quite brilliant floral design i saw on lenzo created by bespoke Butcher Baker Stylist, and photographed so beautifully by river and fern. i’d probably not have thought to add feathers* to a flower arrangement but isn’t this just something magical? in addition, i saw that feathers are on trend, via this hilarious little video from a young fashionista, @katieryan430. she’s ahead of the curve to be sure! lenzo is an australian-based one-stop-shop party, wedding and events marketplace + directory — to see more of this pretty and very inspiring party visit lenzo.

*kindly note: i’ve just been told these are actually pampas grass flowers, not feathers! nonetheless, so beautiful! thank you, smart readers!

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• photography by river and fern for lenzo.

5 responses to “fantastic feathery foliage.”

  1. These actually aren’t feathers – it’s a type of Pampas grass! This is a design element from the 70s/80s, and I do love it but damn do they shed!

  2. Yes. Idea is from the 70’s. When dried flower arrangements were so popular. Personally, I had an old tall watering can full of them mixed with a peacock feather or two. And yes they shed all over the place, so placing on a table with food is pretty in a pic, but questionable if really eating that food. The pink is lovely though.

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