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Megan Soverino

@isledeflores

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- Feels almost impossible that ten years has passed since loosing my brother. It seems life had another agenda for the funny, quirky, smart and incredibly warm smiled William. Though my heart aches for his return, I have found the journey of finding a new language with him to be a real awakening. I'm sure I've missed many connections from him being in my busy life and not always being fully present in my surroundings. However, there have been some incredibly stunning moments while I am quiet in the gardens where I sense his presence with absolute certainty. Today I will do my best to be thankful for these moments where I am left with hope in my heartache, connection in my loss and openness to the greater mystery. Love to you always William! 143
- Feels almost impossible that ten years has passed since loosing my brother. It seems life had another agenda for the funny, quirky, smart and incredibly warm smiled William. Though my heart aches for his return, I have found the journey of finding a new language with him to be a real awakening. I'm sure I've missed many connections from him being in my busy life and not always being fully present in my surroundings. However, there have been some incredibly stunning moments while I am quiet in the gardens where I sense his presence with absolute certainty. Today I will do my best to be thankful for these moments where I am left with hope in my heartache, connection in my loss and openness to the greater mystery. Love to you always William! 143
- Feels almost impossible that ten years has passed since loosing my brother. It seems life had another agenda for the funny, quirky, smart and incredibly warm smiled William. Though my heart aches for his return, I have found the journey of finding a new language with him to be a real awakening. I'm sure I've missed many connections from him being in my busy life and not always being fully present in my surroundings. However, there have been some incredibly stunning moments while I am quiet in the gardens where I sense his presence with absolute certainty. Today I will do my best to be thankful for these moments where I am left with hope in my heartache, connection in my loss and openness to the greater mystery. Love to you always William! 143
- My process for designing a bouquet begins with making a list of available ingredients from the gardens, trails and roadside. I have always loved to incorporate bits of wildness into an arrangement to give a sense of place to the composition. For me the connectivity in joining the wild grown elements with the garden grown, sparks my passion for design. During this listing process I have to tune in to my intuition which guides me. Since I created this bouquet late in the growing season, I went to the local flower shop to source the final highlights for the bouquet. I absolutely adore hydrangeas when they've been kissed by the cooler nights, causing that antiqued effect. I sourced just the right colored hydrangeas (berrylicious😉)from my garden in Sconset for the foundation pieces of this bouquet. Climbing spray roses, dusty miller, panicle hydrangea, scotch broom, and common reed finish out the list for locally grown materials. I found gorgeous product at the flower shop which included amaryllis, scabiosa, calla lilies, and tea roses. I use the term 'showgirls' for these ingredients as they really just love to show off for the camera💃🏽. Thank you Rachel for providing me the opportunity to design a late season bridal bouquet! Photographer @rachelelizabethco Floral design/Styling @isledeflores
- My process for designing a bouquet begins with making a list of available ingredients from the gardens, trails and roadside. I have always loved to incorporate bits of wildness into an arrangement to give a sense of place to the composition. For me the connectivity in joining the wild grown elements with the garden grown, sparks my passion for design. During this listing process I have to tune in to my intuition which guides me. Since I created this bouquet late in the growing season, I went to the local flower shop to source the final highlights for the bouquet. I absolutely adore hydrangeas when they've been kissed by the cooler nights, causing that antiqued effect. I sourced just the right colored hydrangeas (berrylicious😉)from my garden in Sconset for the foundation pieces of this bouquet. Climbing spray roses, dusty miller, panicle hydrangea, scotch broom, and common reed finish out the list for locally grown materials. I found gorgeous product at the flower shop which included amaryllis, scabiosa, calla lilies, and tea roses. I use the term 'showgirls' for these ingredients as they really just love to show off for the camera💃🏽. Thank you Rachel for providing me the opportunity to design a late season bridal bouquet! Photographer @rachelelizabethco Floral design/Styling @isledeflores
- My process for designing a bouquet begins with making a list of available ingredients from the gardens, trails and roadside. I have always loved to incorporate bits of wildness into an arrangement to give a sense of place to the composition. For me the connectivity in joining the wild grown elements with the garden grown, sparks my passion for design. During this listing process I have to tune in to my intuition which guides me. Since I created this bouquet late in the growing season, I went to the local flower shop to source the final highlights for the bouquet. I absolutely adore hydrangeas when they've been kissed by the cooler nights, causing that antiqued effect. I sourced just the right colored hydrangeas (berrylicious😉)from my garden in Sconset for the foundation pieces of this bouquet. Climbing spray roses, dusty miller, panicle hydrangea, scotch broom, and common reed finish out the list for locally grown materials. I found gorgeous product at the flower shop which included amaryllis, scabiosa, calla lilies, and tea roses. I use the term 'showgirls' for these ingredients as they really just love to show off for the camera💃🏽. Thank you Rachel for providing me the opportunity to design a late season bridal bouquet! Photographer @rachelelizabethco Floral design/Styling @isledeflores
- Happy Friday friends! I had the pleasure of styling/flowering this photoshoot for Rachel Elizabeth Photography a few weekends back. Rachel had a clear vision for creating a shoot that would inspire the viewer beyond the shores and beaches of Nantucket. I think we both look with longing eyes at the beautiful work coming from Oregon or Utah, where creatives in our field get to work amidst more diverse landscapes. I am delighted to share with you today what turned out to be an exciting challenge! Photographer @rachelelizabethco Model @lavinia_pascal H + M @emilynantucket Ribbons @silkandwillow Jewelry @hannahblountjewelry Cake @cakenantucket Florals/Stying @isledeflores Dress from Mom;) Prom circa 1974
- Happy Friday friends! I had the pleasure of styling/flowering this photoshoot for Rachel Elizabeth Photography a few weekends back. Rachel had a clear vision for creating a shoot that would inspire the viewer beyond the shores and beaches of Nantucket. I think we both look with longing eyes at the beautiful work coming from Oregon or Utah, where creatives in our field get to work amidst more diverse landscapes. I am delighted to share with you today what turned out to be an exciting challenge! Photographer @rachelelizabethco Model @lavinia_pascal H + M @emilynantucket Ribbons @silkandwillow Jewelry @hannahblountjewelry Cake @cakenantucket Florals/Stying @isledeflores Dress from Mom;) Prom circa 1974
- Happy Friday friends! I had the pleasure of styling/flowering this photoshoot for Rachel Elizabeth Photography a few weekends back. Rachel had a clear vision for creating a shoot that would inspire the viewer beyond the shores and beaches of Nantucket. I think we both look with longing eyes at the beautiful work coming from Oregon or Utah, where creatives in our field get to work amidst more diverse landscapes. I am delighted to share with you today what turned out to be an exciting challenge! Photographer @rachelelizabethco Model @lavinia_pascal H + M @emilynantucket Ribbons @silkandwillow Jewelry @hannahblountjewelry Cake @cakenantucket Florals/Stying @isledeflores Dress from Mom;) Prom circa 1974

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