As a Mayesh Design Star I had the opportunity to share with you all some of the tips and tricks I have for being as simple and sustainable as possible. In this video from the Mayesh Design Star Series, I show how to use unpainted wire (I call it naked) and organic non chemically treated dried moss to support flowers and foliage into creating a wearable boutonniere.

Take a look at the video here via the Mayesh website.

or follow the link here to see it on youtube.


Pilar Zuniga's Mayesh Design Star Video featuring sustainable mechanics for wearables boutonniere

Here is a list of the ingredients I used for the boutonniere:


mini calla lily in white

strawflowers in peach

freesia in blue

Hopseed foliage in purple

Jubilee leucadendron


organic natural dried moss

cotton or hand dyed silk ribbon

copper wire small gauge

aluminum wire small gauge

needle nose pliers


water vase


Naked wire for strawflower sustainable boutonniere by Pilar Zuniga of Gorgeous and Green


Using naked wire to wire freesia flowers in a chain by Pilar Zuniga of Gorgeous and Green


The Finished boutonniere with no plastic coated wire or tape by Pilar Zuniga of Gorgeous and Green for Mayesh Design Star

Keep your eyes peeled for the third video in this series on Sustainable Hair pieces!

If you haven't seen it yet, check out Pilar's first Video on Sustainable Installations at the Mayesh site.


In Green Beauty, 


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