At long last, it’s the slow season. Well, slow for doing the kind of work that involves handling flowers. Busy, though, for consultations, proposal writing, bookkeeping, and all the things that I told myself during the wedding season that I’d do when I had more time in winter. It’s been a time evaluate and regroup. And I’ve made a few decisions about how I want things to go at Pollen next year.
One of the things I’d like to do differently next year is to blog more actively. Many times during the previous year, I felt an end-of-the-month panic as I realized I wouldn’t have any blog entries for the month, unless I wrote something pronto! This year, I’m going to set aside a specific time each week to blog. At least, that’s the plan. My top priority is always to have this weekend’s wedding flowers be the best that I can make them, and that won’t change, so you’ll have to forgive me if I stray from the blogging regimen.
I’ve been catching up on my blog reading and getting inspired by fellow florists. What blogs do I follow, you ask? Well, let me tell you…
Here are some of my current favorites:
I’m inspired by the soft, natural, and organic style of these very talented florists. This is definitely a style I’ve enjoyed working in lately and I’m looking forward to doing more weddings in this style!
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