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Our Lord in the Attic Museum, Amsterdam
I have had the pleasure of knowing Edwin Oudshoorn, a prominent Dutch fashion designer and couturier, and have collaborated with him on several styled shoots in the past. When he and his partner Nick approached me to handle their wedding flowers, I was truly elated! This was not just any wedding; it presented an opportunity to collaborate with another creative mind, a true Artist. Edwin is celebrated for his boundless creativity and impeccable taste. Our collaboration was thoughtfully curated and distinct, with Edwin, Nick, and myself working closely together to meticulously choose the perfect blooms and capture their favoured style - natural, botanical, wild, and yet elegantly refined.
An intriguing challenge arose due to the historic significance of the church venue, a 17th-century protected monument, located in the heart of Amsterdam's city center and functioning as a museum. Fresh flowers were prohibited within its walls, prompting us to embark on a unique endeavor: crafting silk flowers that mirrored the appearance of fresh ones. I'm thrilled to say that our efforts bore fruit, as the illusion we sought to create was successfully achieved.
Colour Palette: a daring mix of white, yellow, peach, lavender, purples, and pinks;
Style: a captivating blend of natural, wild, and elegant elements, with botanical influences;
What you have made for our wedding is just incredible! Every floral piece was exquisite, and wonder over wonder, an incredible spring feeling, even in October! Exactly what we wanted but did not dare hope for because of the time of year.
We are so incredibly grateful to you that it is hard to express it in words. We have had such a wonderful day full of love and sit now in a sort of afterglow.
Many, MANY thanks.
Nick & Edwin"
Our Lord in the Attic Museum
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