Each floral arrangement should begin with a color palette.

I tend to stay soft in the spring with white and blush tones and move to more colorful hues like pink and peach for summer.

Fall and winter months lend themselves to burnt orange, deeper reds and purples, while the holidays are festive and can go in many different directions.

Adriane Schultz

Lead florist and designer

Anaphora Flowers


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