One of the most difficult decisions that my clients often face when considering their color palette for wedding flowers is whether to feature color or not! I can’t tell you sometimes my lovely customers seem to put themselves into a tailspin over the choice of considering color versus a neutral white palette; it is most definitely one of the more challenging decisions to make. As you will see from this gorgeous wedding flowers concept featured below, color worked perfectly for Christine and Matt’s bright and beautiful Piedmont Community Hall wedding day.
We have an incredible treat for you from our wedding that happened on past weekend, May 20 of 2017, at the beautiful undiscovered venue named Dunsmuir Historical Estate. That Summer Wedding turned out beyond Romantic and Lovely. You are going to love every last detail. Read on to hear more! (more…)
This Mariage Equality styled shoot was the fascinating experience filled with a lot of fun, joy, and networking. I had one of the most pleasant days in my career doing this project with Mandy at The Test of Time Weddings and Nick at Luxe Bridal Shows. As the vendor, I was invited to create the Vintage Black and White Vinette.
It was a spectacular day for Stephanie and Eric’s divine romantic spring wedding. A color palette featuring soft peaches, creams, vanilla, spring green and a touch of red tones were showcased through pretty petals including peonies, garden roses, lisianthus, ranunculus and touches of stock, with sweet flowering fillers and gold accents also featuring. (more…)
The wedding day is going to be filled with essential moments, but the ceremony is the peak of the entire celebration. That why everyone has come to join you for that very particular moment. You and your partner can discuss what type the ceremony you would like to have – classic or informal, indoor or outdoor and based on that personalize the whole wedding ceremony flowers and decor. (more…)