There will be two groups of readers today – the ones who know about the #2Flowergirls and the others who don’t know anything about this fun monthly blog series. Actually, the two flowergirls are my friends and floral bloggers Elodie and Inga and they joined forces a few months ago and created a monthly series called #2Flowergirls with a changing floral topic. Each month is dedicated to a certain flower and bloggers are invited to join the fun with their interpretation. July is the month of the fragrant garden rose. And it is the first time I am properly joining this series as a ‘flowerboy’ with a happy interpretation of garden roses.
As usual I am juggling too many projects simultaneously, so when I decided to join in the flower fun I just had to think of ways to raise my efficiency. It was two days ago that I had an invitation to a blogger event here in Munich (I will blog about that soon) and I was asked to bring along some props for shelf styling. Since I was working all day in the office, the only thing I brought along from home was my favorite vase from Paris. On the rush from the office to the event location I stopped at the florist’s and spotted the very last bunch of delicate garden roses. It was then when the efficiency thought clicked – bunch bought, styled up with some borrowed props at the blogger event and afterwards I snapped some more pictures for today’s post. Voilà – this is not only a floral post, but also an efficiency post:-)
I hope you like my flower interpretation with a French vibe here. Let me know your thoughts! More roses on the #2Flowergirls Pinterest board HERE.
Love your vase. (and styling not too shabby either:-) Love the roses and LOVE the photography. Happy Thursday!
lovely! the roses are amazing! i hope they last long.
enjoy their beauty!
the vase is so beautiful and i love the colour of the roses, i imagine i can smell them 😉 and yeah, very efficient! julia
I love your happy vase Igor! and I am a big fan of smaller and bi-colour roses. Well done flowerboy!
Merci Elodie, I’m learning from the best, the #2Flowergirls! And I’m glad you like my little French note here:-))
Lovely flowers and I adore the vase. And no one would have guessed it was an efficent post, since the styling is lovely. I am always amazed how different all bouquets and styling look and each one is lovely.
Incredible roses! And your vase… love it! The vase even maches your watch 😉 I was actually thinking to shoot with some garden roses today as well. I will see if I can join the #2Flowergirls too 😉 // Emelie
I would love if you could join!
Very pretty 🙂 And love the little camper van.
Haha efficient AND pretty. Well done flowerboy 😀
See … just as I’ve told you: you talented you! and more tips for me on how to be more efficient in my post + event + crazy day job too! I think you did fantastic with the signature happy touch! I want that toy mini van … so chic!
ich liebe Deine Vase! Paris i`m coming ;)) Die zweifarbigen Rosen sind wunderschön, hätte ich auch gekauft.
Die schönsten Rosen in meinem Garten sind schon verblüht, aber ich habe noch ein Bild! Vielleicht schaue ich mal bei Elodie (ich liebe diesen Namen, kenne ein kleines Mädchen mit diesem Namen) und Inga vorbei….
Happy Time für Dich Ingo
Ganz liebe Grüße Anja
Well done, flowerboy Igor 😉 Love your pics and your efficiency! Happy Friday!!!
Very nice…garden roses are a favorite of mine 😉
So fun! I was in the bunch who didn’t know about #2flowergirls and I’m so glad I now know 🙂 Thanks Igor.
And good job on your efficiency! Although I can’t say I’m surprised 😉 You amaze me with all you accomplish in a day!
Herrliche Interpretation. Diese Vase ist so süß verspielt, bin verliebt.