I stumbled upon Robin Charlotte’s Etsy shop, Peacock Taco, whilst looking for terrariums; what I found was a fantastic collection of nature inspired trinkets, including some very lovely air plants.
Her use of sea shells and small creatures, along with her beautifully styled photography, inspired me to put together a wedding day look of muted neutrals perfect for a seaside affair.
Robin’s “inspired by nature” designs are simply stunning standing alone, but can you imagine the impact that dozens of air plant filled urchins might have in your wedding day decor? Wow! “My work, specifically with air plants, can be incorporated in a lot of different ways such as place markers, favors, centerpieces, & general wedding decor. Air plants provide me with the opportunity to be imaginative & creative in their production & display at weddings,” Robin shared. She added that these small wonders are also great for other events: birthdays, showers, luncheons, and even family reunions. She’s always happy to accept custom orders to help make a party come to life!
Are you loving Robin Charlotte’s air plants yet?! We hope so because this month, as part of our Branded series, we’re giving away one of her sweet creations.
The lucky winner of this month’s giveaway will receive one Treasure Air Plant from Robin Charlotte’s shop. This lively air plant rests in a small shell treasure box which can function on its own if you wish. All you have to do to enter the contest is comment below. Share some details of your wedding decor or simply say “hello.” We will select a winner at random this Friday, June 8th, at noon and the winner will be announced Sunday, June 10th.
For more design ideas based on the colors and feel of Robin’s work, head over to Pinterest!
Images: Top two (left, right) taken from Peacock Taco; Treasure Air Plant by Robin Charlotte; Simple lantern display; Gorgeous pier wedding shoot photo by Jose Villa, Southern California photographer; Petite air plant; Brooklyn Rehab knotted necklace; Oyster shells centerpiece; Bridal party in muted dresses photo by Brooke Schwab.