DIY Mother’s Day Bouquets with Martha Stewart

I’ve recently been picked up as a resident expert with Martha Stewart. They’ve asked Botany and Co to participate and submit tried and true content for their readers. You can see my profile here .

When the gals at Martha Stewart asked me for some inspiration for their readers this month, my mind jumped to Mother’s Day. What better way to show her you care than to make something with your own two hands?

In this beginner’s DIY tutorial I’ve used a palate of soft pink and peaches, whites, and creams offset with celadon green foliage. My favourite part about this is the containers – I’ve used vintage Fire King mugs in that irresistible jadeite green.

I worked with amazing visionary and professional wedding photographer Nadia, of Nadia Hung Photography to create this casually elegant set of photos. I adore the soft colouring, and honesty in the photographs of the process.

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Coral + Sea


Ocean inspired, this bouquet is one of my favourites. Whites, soft peaches, corals, accented with pops of sea green succulents. This bridal arrangement came together so organically. With such a beautiful palette; how could it not?! My bride was so pleased with her flowers. She plans to root and nurture the cut succulents from the bouquet as a sentiment from her wedding day. Congratulations Kim + Don!