Posted February 11th, 2013 by amy
Monochromatic tone has always been my favourite theme to design because it looks soothing, clean, and modern.
After a workshop with florists supply 2 years ago, I was introduced to the idea of “Ombré” inspired arrangements. I began to love the beauty of ingredients from the lightest hue to the darkest hue or from the darkest colour slowly shifting to the lightest colour.
Earlier this year, I was inspired by the colour of the year – Emerald Green and designed an ombré arrangement with eucalyptus, green cymbidium orchids, roses, dendrobium, hypericums, and green tricks.
Red and pink theme
Red roses are popular for Valentine’s day. We can make it more fun by designing an ombre arrangement with red, hot pink, and soft pink. Therefore, it’s not traditional at all.
Purple and cream theme
This arrangement was designed for someone very very special when she held a concert in Vancouver. We designed it with dark calla lilies, purple ocean song roses, white ohara garden roses, brunia and seeded eucalyptus.
Tulips, roses, orchids, freesia, and lisianthus are fun to design with as well.
Peach and cream theme
Juliet Garden roses are so pretty that they are very popular for wedding floral design. I designed this peach and cream ombre arrangement with Vercilia roses, Juliet garden roses, faith roses, vandella roses, and white hydrangea.
If you would like to see any other colour in ombre effect, let us know!!