By Design: November-December 2011
Designer Heather Page was born and raised in the small rural town of
Roblin, Man. After graduating high school she attended Olds College,
where she completed the Commercial Floristry program.
Designer Heather Page was born and raised in the small rural town of Roblin, Man. After graduating high school she attended Olds College, where she completed the Commercial Floristry program. She then moved to Winnipeg to begin her career as a full-time floral designer. Heather started out in a small flower shop in Winnipeg and then moved to a larger floral company, Academy Florist, where she has had many opportunities to grow and evolve as a floral artist over the past six years. Most recently, the talented designer was inducted as a new member of the Canadian Academy of Floral Art. For this portfolio, Heather created vintage Valentine’s Day designs using soft pastels and lots of texture, along with a few modern pieces for variety.
Love cannot be caged – it can blossom where you least expect it. Surrounded by soft pastel rose varieties, ‘Ocean Song,’ ‘Quicksand’ and ‘Vendella,’ the ivory birdcage speaks to the classic and romantic Valentine.
Going Out on a Limb
An understated monochromatic arrangement that’s sweet and simple for a budding romance.
An elegant phaleonopsis orchid entangled with burlap and wire is an unexpected combination and perfect for the unique Valentine.
A modern alternative for boxed roses. From ‘Sweet akito’ to ‘Hearts’ these rose varieties create the perfect blend.