Late spring is full of wonderful small detailed blooms like the spirea and ranunculus, and some of the bigger summer flowers (like peonies!) are available. More and more foliage is popping up, and the colored leaves of Japanese maple are some of Sarah’s favorites.
From Sarah: The combination of whites with accents of eggplant and oxblood can fit in many different settings. It was made more casual here by the vases and place settings, and feels perfect for an outdoor dinner. I love the mix of white and dark flowers, there is lots of contrast here, but it is blended by flowers that have touches of both the light and dark on them.
Flowers used in these designs: Japanese maple, chocolate cosmo, chocolate queen annes lace, fritillaria, Majolica spray rose, anemone, picotee ranunculus, white ranunculus, festiva maxima peony and spirea.