Favorite Dried Floral Resources

My obsession with dried floral arrangements has been brewing for well over a year. It was last April I did this post touting my love for pampas grass. And just this month, I adorned my bridal show booth and table with a bold statement arrangement of dried flowers by Cass and Jean Flower Co. While prepping for my bridal show, I did a fair bit of sourcing all kinds of dried beauties to use of this and future projects. Outside of local floral supply shops I found the following to be the best resources for dried florals.

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Dried Floral Resources
Dried Floral Resources
Dried Floral Resources

ALFORAL

Afloral has an amazing selection of natural to fun bright colors. This site could definitely be your one-stop resource for all things dried florals.

Dried Floral Resources

ETSY

Do a quick Etsy search for dried florals and you will find inspiration galore! Endless options for any floral style.

Dried Floral Resources

MICHAEL’S

Michael’s has a more limited selection, but is a great place for dried basics, dried greenery and fillers to combine with fresh or more unique pieces sourced from the sites above.

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HOBBY LOBBY

Like Michale’s, Hobby Lobby has a great selection of basics. Plus, like Michael’s they always have coupons and deals so it’s a great place to source those more ubiquitous ingredients for your dried floral recipe.

Dried Floral Resources

FORAGED

Lisa of Linnaea Floral foraged all the dried, textural flowers for this shoot. I have numerous stems of pampas grass I cut from fields near my home. Keep your eyes open and be ready to pull over.

Dried Flora Resources

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Hello February

Things are really heating up over here! We have so many little, exciting projects coming up this month! We are partnering with a few local businesses on fabulous installs, throwing a fourth birthday party for a special little someone (named Oliver) and prepping for a bridal show at the beautiful Venue3Two at the beginning of March, plus home projects and lots of fun client work!! Wow! I am exhausted just listing it all out! It’s going to be a fun month! Of course I’ll be brining you all along over on Instagram.

This mood board is for my bridal show area, because it’s way more than a booth, at Venue3Two. I get to create a tablescape, a backdrop and a lounge! I am pumped, but I have a lot of planning to do!!

February Mood Board

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