Le Dahlia Noir has created for our magazine a trendy wedding comb made of preserved flowers for the 2023 weddings. Between craftsman and artist, the founder of Le Dahlia Noir, Lénaic Peillon, is a visionary. He advocates slow consumption, which is why he made the ecological choice of preserved flowers.
The best experts in the world of preserved plants are invited to contribute to our magazine to express their creativity. In this timeless zone of artistic freedom, you will find thematic creations made from preserved plants and flowers.
Le Dahlia Noir plunges into a poetic universe, mixing fashion, art, architecture and design, to seduce future brides. Lénaic Peillon, its founder, accepted our invitation and created for SecondNatur, a series of WORKS to discover in the world of weddings. After the boutonniere, he created a trendy bridal bouquet in pink and nude tones.
In this first WORKS, Le Dahlia Noir made a boutonniere in nude pink tones, under the sharp eye of our cameras. Le Dahlia Noir is a brand with a strong and baroque identity, launched by Lénaic Peillon in 2020. He has created a poetic universe, mixing fashion, art, architecture and design, to seduce future brides.
Benoît Saint-Amand, the best craftsman in France, has created a WORKS entitled “Coupe de Lys”. This decorative bouquet, ideal for decorating an entrance, a lobby or a hotel reception, is simply composed of 4 preserved plants for a wow effect.
In upcycling, the miscellaneous resources that are no longer used are fully reused in order to transform them into something new. It is in this vein that Aurélien Guintoli was inspired to create Gipsy Queen. First, a foundation was made with a half-sphere in extruded polystyrene. The outline of the sphere was covered with pieces of colorful recycled fabric. He then stitched and matched many varieties of preserved flowers. Sunflowers, wild roses, craspedia, gypsophila, diosmi, chrysanthemum, jasmine, orchid, hydrangea, and physalis all blend together to form a vibrant arrangement.
Benoît Saint-Amand presents a gentle creation entitled “Beauty of the fields” with a romantic, country spirit. The bouquet holder structure serves as a base for assembling gypsophila, stoebe and stypa. Fancy roses are delicately scattered in the middle of the bouquet and blend perfectly with the lightness of the mountain fern leaves.
On a base with a unique shape, Aurélien Guintoli proposes a summer creation in the shape of a drop with yellow tones. It is made up of dried lona, stabilised craspedia, dried starflower and a beautiful and unique stabilized pink orchid. The impact created by this diversity of plants brightens up any environment where this piece is given a home.
Discover this timeless bridal bouquet by Benoît Saint-Amand. This delicate creation is made of 3 different types of white and grey roses, white hydrangea, mini pampas, ferns and Easter lilies. Set on a mesh structure made with the Twist technique, each stem was recreated with galvanised wire covered in Flowertape.
With this new composition, Benoît Saint-Amand offers a classic that is easy to create. The “crown” bouquet, composed of roses on stems, has been created using the palisade technique. A simple ribbon at the base of the bouquet adds the perfect touch of elegance and makes this bouquet the perfect Mother’s Day gift.
Benoît Saint-Amand presents a new creation with a spring theme and a bird’s nest inspiration. On a wire structure with a “spider” shape, he mixes a variety of plants and stabilised flowers: gynerium, rose, gypsophila or gardenia. Harmoniously arranged, this country-style bouquet gives the impression of having been picked as it is in nature.
Benoît Saint Amand presents a new creation with a seasonal theme to bring a warm touch to your interior decoration. The cup, made with natural wicker, serves as a base for different varieties of preserved plants and flowers. Roses, hydrangea, gypsophila and velvet leaves are harmoniously arranged in this delicate creation with autumnal colours.
As the hatbox phenomenon spreads around the world, Benoît Saint-Amand was inspired by Mother’s Day to design this luminous and sweet box.
The Phalaenopsis orchid, or butterfly orchid, is at the heart of today’s composition. In a tropical theme, ideal to remind us of the arrival of the warm weather, it combines wonderfully with asplenium leaves and white amaranth.
It’s the arrival of the warm season! It’s the perfect time to start creating colourful arrangements that show all the diversity that nature is capable of. This cobra frame is a perfect example. An evolution in time that takes us little by little towards the beginning of spring.