“We plant, we nurture, we grow and we give, different flowers for different moments in time, but all for the same purpose: to say that which cannot be said, and to say it with beauty and with grace.” Vanessa Diffenbaugh
In so many cultures through time, flowers have been central to the human experience. From east to west, ancient societies to modern, whether we celebrate, love, mourn or pray, we do it with flowers in our hands.
The Victorians embraced all things Romantic, and the language of flowers was no exception. Flower symbolism could be seen widely in jewelry, which by nature is designed to celebrate all the important moments in life. Victorian jewelers crafted roses, violets and forget-me-nots for courtship jewels, orange blossoms proliferate in wedding rings, and wreaths of cypress are ever-present in mourning jewelry.
Always inspired by antique designs, we are so thrilled to introduce a collection that is not only influenced by vintage style and symbolism, but one that actually incorporates original antique components into one-of-a-kind pieces filled with history and sentiment. Our latest collection embraces these timeless motifs to convey our deepest emotions, and presents them to the world with the aide and beauty of nature’s most treasured expression. Please enjoy the Language of Flowers.
Photographer: S. Elle Quintana – @selle_quintana , sellestudios.com
Model: Sammie Yochelson – @sammie_yochelson at @freedommodelsla
Make-up/Hair: Jenny Bowker – @sistergolden , jennybowkermakeup.com
Floral: Amy Nicole Floral – @amynicolefloral , amynicolefloral.com
Clothing: Morgane Le Fay – @morganelefay_ny , morganelefay.com
Ribbon: Silk & Willow – @silkandwillow , silkandwillow.com