The book starts with the basics of flower arranging and ends with thematic designs for larger ceremonies and festivities. Clear step-by-step photos guide even the least experienced flower arranger or volunteer to a beautiful result. Included are inspiring flower recipes for weekly worship services, but also for special occasions like weddings, funerals and the big church festivals like Christmas, Easter etc. Moreover, this book not only contains flower arrangements in the typical traditional styles and colours, but also offers innovative designs in less obvious colours and with surprising flower combinations. Author Laura Iarocci shares the knowledge and experience she gained during her 16 years as ‘Flower Guild Chair’ of one of the largest cathedrals in the United States. Over the years she has brought together hundreds of volunteers in cathedrals and churches across the US. In Faith Flowers, she shares her triumphs and most beautiful creations.
Faith Flowers is a practical guide to making symbolic or liturgical flower arrangements for worship services and religious celebrations.
With nature as its starting point, team Oogenlust has been striving for 35 years to create exciting floral combinations and surprising interior designs. The entire spectrum of emotions is skilfully translated into atmospheric designs that stimulate the senses and make special moments and events unforgettable.
Per and Max are already on their fourth title in their successful series Creativity with flowers: Farewell. Just like in their previous titles (Bouquets, Interior and Christmas) the florists of Life2 give you a look behind the scenes. Each florist shows seven mourning arrangements, ranging from mourning pieces and wreaths to coffin decorations. A source of ideas for young professionals, but also for everyone who is passionate about floral art and wants to say goodbye to a loved one in a fitting way.
For Japanese floral artist Manabu Hashiguchi, the wreath is not only the favourite form of expression, but also the most expressive. Its symbolism is universal. Without beginning or end, the wreath stands for eternity and the endless process of renewal in nature.