The tales of a florist, stylist, and photographer keepin' it simple in San Francisco, California. This is the home to my stories, inspirations, photography & (when I get really lucky) travels.

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Springtime in the Pine Street Studio  
I’m at the point where I’ve been completely blind-sighted that the dark days (in the flower world) of winter were even here to begin with.  What I’m learning, though, is that you need to have the bad to see the good—life wouldn’t be so wonderful if it were just bubbles and cakes all of the time.   
I have continued to be inspired by the new people around me recently, and am excited for the next few months of (possible) dress-wearing, creating, and growing.  
Springtime in the Pine Street Studio  
I’m at the point where I’ve been completely blind-sighted that the dark days (in the flower world) of winter were even here to begin with.  What I’m learning, though, is that you need to have the bad to see the good—life wouldn’t be so wonderful if it were just bubbles and cakes all of the time.   
I have continued to be inspired by the new people around me recently, and am excited for the next few months of (possible) dress-wearing, creating, and growing.  
Springtime in the Pine Street Studio  
I’m at the point where I’ve been completely blind-sighted that the dark days (in the flower world) of winter were even here to begin with.  What I’m learning, though, is that you need to have the bad to see the good—life wouldn’t be so wonderful if it were just bubbles and cakes all of the time.   
I have continued to be inspired by the new people around me recently, and am excited for the next few months of (possible) dress-wearing, creating, and growing.  
Springtime in the Pine Street Studio  
I’m at the point where I’ve been completely blind-sighted that the dark days (in the flower world) of winter were even here to begin with.  What I’m learning, though, is that you need to have the bad to see the good—life wouldn’t be so wonderful if it were just bubbles and cakes all of the time.   
I have continued to be inspired by the new people around me recently, and am excited for the next few months of (possible) dress-wearing, creating, and growing.  
Springtime in the Pine Street Studio  
I’m at the point where I’ve been completely blind-sighted that the dark days (in the flower world) of winter were even here to begin with.  What I’m learning, though, is that you need to have the bad to see the good—life wouldn’t be so wonderful if it were just bubbles and cakes all of the time.   
I have continued to be inspired by the new people around me recently, and am excited for the next few months of (possible) dress-wearing, creating, and growing.  
Springtime in the Pine Street Studio  
I’m at the point where I’ve been completely blind-sighted that the dark days (in the flower world) of winter were even here to begin with.  What I’m learning, though, is that you need to have the bad to see the good—life wouldn’t be so wonderful if it were just bubbles and cakes all of the time.   
I have continued to be inspired by the new people around me recently, and am excited for the next few months of (possible) dress-wearing, creating, and growing.  
Springtime in the Pine Street Studio  
I’m at the point where I’ve been completely blind-sighted that the dark days (in the flower world) of winter were even here to begin with.  What I’m learning, though, is that you need to have the bad to see the good—life wouldn’t be so wonderful if it were just bubbles and cakes all of the time.   
I have continued to be inspired by the new people around me recently, and am excited for the next few months of (possible) dress-wearing, creating, and growing.  
Springtime in the Pine Street Studio  
I’m at the point where I’ve been completely blind-sighted that the dark days (in the flower world) of winter were even here to begin with.  What I’m learning, though, is that you need to have the bad to see the good—life wouldn’t be so wonderful if it were just bubbles and cakes all of the time.   
I have continued to be inspired by the new people around me recently, and am excited for the next few months of (possible) dress-wearing, creating, and growing.  

Springtime in the Pine Street Studio  

I’m at the point where I’ve been completely blind-sighted that the dark days (in the flower world) of winter were even here to begin with.  What I’m learning, though, is that you need to have the bad to see the good—life wouldn’t be so wonderful if it were just bubbles and cakes all of the time.   

I have continued to be inspired by the new people around me recently, and am excited for the next few months of (possible) dress-wearing, creating, and growing.  

I never quite understood the meaning of Spring as a florist up until this year, but seriously? Come on now.  Mother Nature showers us with so many nice things this time of year. I am falling deeply, deeply in love with lilac.  
Happy Easter to you all.  I remember falling in love with flowers around this time last year—who would have thought that just 365 days can bring about so much change.  Today I am resting up from a very busy week at work and enjoying the company of good friends and good food. 
With that said—and as my trusty housemate quotes (day-in-age-currency accounted for): “When you have only two pennies left in the world, buy a loaf of bread with one, and a flower with the other.”
I never quite understood the meaning of Spring as a florist up until this year, but seriously? Come on now.  Mother Nature showers us with so many nice things this time of year. I am falling deeply, deeply in love with lilac.  
Happy Easter to you all.  I remember falling in love with flowers around this time last year—who would have thought that just 365 days can bring about so much change.  Today I am resting up from a very busy week at work and enjoying the company of good friends and good food. 
With that said—and as my trusty housemate quotes (day-in-age-currency accounted for): “When you have only two pennies left in the world, buy a loaf of bread with one, and a flower with the other.”
I never quite understood the meaning of Spring as a florist up until this year, but seriously? Come on now.  Mother Nature showers us with so many nice things this time of year. I am falling deeply, deeply in love with lilac.  
Happy Easter to you all.  I remember falling in love with flowers around this time last year—who would have thought that just 365 days can bring about so much change.  Today I am resting up from a very busy week at work and enjoying the company of good friends and good food. 
With that said—and as my trusty housemate quotes (day-in-age-currency accounted for): “When you have only two pennies left in the world, buy a loaf of bread with one, and a flower with the other.”
I never quite understood the meaning of Spring as a florist up until this year, but seriously? Come on now.  Mother Nature showers us with so many nice things this time of year. I am falling deeply, deeply in love with lilac.  
Happy Easter to you all.  I remember falling in love with flowers around this time last year—who would have thought that just 365 days can bring about so much change.  Today I am resting up from a very busy week at work and enjoying the company of good friends and good food. 
With that said—and as my trusty housemate quotes (day-in-age-currency accounted for): “When you have only two pennies left in the world, buy a loaf of bread with one, and a flower with the other.”
I never quite understood the meaning of Spring as a florist up until this year, but seriously? Come on now.  Mother Nature showers us with so many nice things this time of year. I am falling deeply, deeply in love with lilac.  
Happy Easter to you all.  I remember falling in love with flowers around this time last year—who would have thought that just 365 days can bring about so much change.  Today I am resting up from a very busy week at work and enjoying the company of good friends and good food. 
With that said—and as my trusty housemate quotes (day-in-age-currency accounted for): “When you have only two pennies left in the world, buy a loaf of bread with one, and a flower with the other.”

I never quite understood the meaning of Spring as a florist up until this year, but seriously? Come on now. Mother Nature showers us with so many nice things this time of year. I am falling deeply, deeply in love with lilac.

Happy Easter to you all. I remember falling in love with flowers around this time last year—who would have thought that just 365 days can bring about so much change. Today I am resting up from a very busy week at work and enjoying the company of good friends and good food.

With that said—and as my trusty housemate quotes (day-in-age-currency accounted for): “When you have only two pennies left in the world, buy a loaf of bread with one, and a flower with the other.”

Just a bit of what I’ve been working on here at my studio—ahem—living room.
A big kiss on the face to my housemate who lets me turn communal space to a flower fun house.  
San Francisco has graced us with the most beautiful weather of all this week.  If you were a tourist in this city this week, you would probably want to move here immediately. However, it is gloomy and gross here nearly 8 months out of the year despite the contrary.  I’m sulking in it—letting the warmth enwrap my body and the spring swathe my soul.  
Flowers and Photography by Amanda Vidmar 
Just a bit of what I’ve been working on here at my studio—ahem—living room.
A big kiss on the face to my housemate who lets me turn communal space to a flower fun house.  
San Francisco has graced us with the most beautiful weather of all this week.  If you were a tourist in this city this week, you would probably want to move here immediately. However, it is gloomy and gross here nearly 8 months out of the year despite the contrary.  I’m sulking in it—letting the warmth enwrap my body and the spring swathe my soul.  
Flowers and Photography by Amanda Vidmar 

Just a bit of what I’ve been working on here at my studio—ahem—living room.

A big kiss on the face to my housemate who lets me turn communal space to a flower fun house.  

San Francisco has graced us with the most beautiful weather of all this week.  If you were a tourist in this city this week, you would probably want to move here immediately. However, it is gloomy and gross here nearly 8 months out of the year despite the contrary.  I’m sulking in it—letting the warmth enwrap my body and the spring swathe my soul.  

Flowers and Photography by Amanda Vidmar 

Ah. There is nothing quite as sweet as having a crazy floral holiday, and then a three day weekend. Thank you, each and every president of the United States of America. Thank you. 

Valentines day? Success. Busy? Crazy. Sanity level? Doing quite well.  Last year, I was a delivery girl.  This year, I managed the orders and designed beautiful things. All. Day. Long. And I couldn’t be happier with all of the new things I’m learning. 

Things are going well.  This week has been one of the most crazy and filled with even more change, but if I recall—every February seems to be this way for me.  This year, I find that I’m handling it much better than last, and that’s all one can hope for.  On the queue in the next few weeks: I’m teaching a flower arranging class! It’s for a women’s club in San Francisco, but a flower class nonetheless.