We challenged one of our favourite designers, Ioachim Erema to play around with our Porta Nova Red Naomi roses for Christmas. We are very pleased to share with you the stunning Christmas floral designs he came up with.

Ioachim Erema is an International Flower Designer, a Floral Fundamentals Ambassador and Gold Winner at Floral Art London 2019.

Ioachim Erema was first introduced to the world of flowers at the age of fifteen in Romania, where he was born. In his early 20s, he moved to the U.K. where he further developed his skills. Throughout his journey Ioachim has had opportunities to create unique floral designs for the Royal Family, during state visits, at the BAFTA Television Awards, in numerous weddings and many more.

He runs his own business in the U.K. named Bamboo Flowers and is well known in the U.K.for teaching workshops and as a demonstrator. He actively participates in both national and international floral exhibits.

The Power of Love

This design shows just how amazing these red roses are and that you can’t stop loving them. The structure is made out of wire covered in layers of tissue paper. It has been created to capture and hold into place the beauty of the 50 stems of Red Naomi Porta Nova roses. Just like we need to hold on to love.

Simply Red

“A 90cm long design which concentrates on the powerful colour of the red Porta Nova roses. The metal stand has been covered with melted red wax. The elegance of the red roses is standing out from the rest of the flowers that have been used. On this occasion, I’ve used Vanda and lavender for contrast, ranunculus, cyclamen and rhipsalis. This can bring to life any room by displaying on a fireplace or long table.”

Porta Nova Celebration

The magnificent Red Naomi Porta Nova are meticulously arranged on a polystyrene base that has been previously covered in red wool. I have created these vibrant designs having in mind our winter celebrations (Christmas and New Year). As there’s no celebration without cake, the red roses stand out alongside ranunculus and crocosmia in a design that is similar with a cake.