Eddie Zaratsian of Tic-Tock Couture is somewhat of a floral legend in the Wedding and Events circle, and those that work with him, rave about him. I've seen his work at various events, and the one thing that sticks out most is this sort of wild, jungle feel- not in a rustic way as in mason jars, but in a structured way. Each stem is placed exactly where it should be and with precision. The images below are from a floral book Eddie is about to release. Per Eddie, "The flowers have a natural feeling with layers of texture that normally would not work together but they do."
Above: ranunculus , green mist, natural palm fiber and pearls in a milk vase
Below: orchid plant roots, green mist, white peonies and umbrella fern
Photos by Marianne Lozano