Honour Flores is created by Kimberly Cheeseman, a botanical artist based in Wiltshire, England. Kimberly married her childhood sweetheart back in 2017, and this is where the dream of Honour Flores became a reality. She fell in love with a factory space in Holt, Wiltshire named The Field Kitchen, seeing beauty within an industrial surround Kimberly imagined what the venue would look like dressed in botanical delights - Her and Luke then celebrated their love at the venue later that year - being the first couple to do so. Beginning her career studying make-up artistry and working within the industry, Kimberly has always seen the beauty in nature, from texture to colour and strives to fuse a combination of unexpected fresh and dried botanicals to produce understated minimalist designs to organic wild installations.
Inspired by tones, texture and colours of neutral flowers, plants and environments, the aim was to communicate the essence of the Honour Flores brand using less-is-more approach. Colours were chosen from the hues and textures of dried flowers and plants to give a harmonious and tranquil colour palette. From this, a clean sophisticated logo contained in a square with use of a serif typeface font was created giving a modern minimalistic look. To capture the aesthetic of the brand was a styled high-fashion bridal editorial shoot using dried botanicals arrangements.