We have a lovely afternoon chatting with Carrie from Haru Haru Floret at the floral studio with sunshine-filled in the outdoor terrace, to understand the reasons behind making heartfelt floral works.
A – Amy from Little Stories
C – Carrie from Haru Haru Floret
A: Why do you do floral works? Why are they special/ meaningful to you?
C: I hope to bring joyfulness to people from flowers. I believe each flower is unique with words that speak for itself. My role is a messager to deliver the words through the floral works to my clients, such as sending some love for baby shower, friend’s graduation, engagement, or wedding.
Carrie is preparing for bouquets for clients and we had an idea to show the lovely kid Valerie a surprise for her upcoming family photoshoot with Little Stories!
Look at how Valerie reacted upon receiving the floral works!
“I love seeing reactions from clients and that makes me feel I’ve done my part sending some happiness to people around.” Carrie recalled.
We thought of an idea to bring spring home through floral branding project with Haru Haru Floret, the name carries the meaning in Korean, to bring floral works into every day lives in Korean language.
We did the shoot welcoming spring in Hong Kong, on the pastel colour tones in pink, peach, yellow and white.
For a branding shoot of behind-the-artist series, we would love to bring the inspirations of Haru Haru Floret’s love towards florals from flower books, souvenirs sending from her friends around the world to the surroundings of inspirations she is drawn into. We look for capturing photos that speak about her brand, her identity, and her love towards flowers.
We do branding photoshoots for lifestyle brands. We take limited orders each other to personalize ideas and designs. Welcome to talk to us if you have something in the making or you would like to elevate your brand at email@example.com. We’d love to hear from you!
Under the influence of Portuguese culture, we could see a mix of coloane buildings and some architectures with Baroque and European colonial buildings.
Although it was a cloudy and rainy day, we manage to take some photos under the beautiful architectures together with blogger Melly Woo.
Photography | Little Stories – the Moment by Amy
Blogger | Melly Woo
Blue Top | Marni
Shorts | Alice and Olivia
Bag | Hermes
Go ahead and watch the behind the scene video by clicking the picture below 🙂
– Melly Woo