Sunday, June 28, 2009


Today is Mark and Tessie's 1 year anniversary. Mark asked me to make a similar piece for Tessie that resembled their sign in table decor. I was more than happy since Tessie was never able to see the original. You may remember it from this post
Flowers used were Casablanca Lillies, Freesia, Greens and Curly Willow

Happy Anniversary you Two!

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Happy Friday!

Something Blue

How does that old saying go.... Something old, something new, something borrowed something blue. Well Larrise's bouquet was all that wrapped into one!

The bouquet was mostly consisted of blue hydrangea, scabiosa, veronica and agapanthus. My favorite part was the detail on the wrap. We used vintage lace with a blue underlay, and topped it off with a rhinestone broach.
So vintage glam!

Monday, June 22, 2009


A close friend of the family had an unfortunate fall today. I put together this sympathy bouquet to wish her a quick and speedy recovery!


Saturday, June 20, 2009

Angie's Market Street Sleek

Here are a few of my favs from Angie Pitcher's wedding yesterday. They had a sleek and modern affair at the beautiful Market Street Grill in Cottonwood. The staff at Market Street were awesome to work with and were so accommodating.Angie wanted to keep the flowers modern and simple. We used Super green roses, White and Black Callas, White Tulips and Silver curly willow.

Grooms Boutonniere was a simple white calla wrapped in black adorned with silver boullion wire.

The ring bearer box was my fav! We used a black wooden box and filled it with folded Ti leaves and stuffed with super green roses. Perfect for the modern look.

** A little note about this last picture **
Angie informed in our initial consultation that she would not me needing centerpieces because Market street would provide them at no cost. My initial thought was......ok great. Ultimately I want the bride to be happy and nothing makes clients more happy then saving some dough.
Angie wasn't sure what the centerpieces would be because they would provide what was available. This left me with a little bit of concern.

Let me just mention that orange was NOT one of Angie's colors. :o)

But overall the event turned out beautiful

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Courtney's Bridal Bouquet

Ok..........Let me just start by saying this........I am not a big fan of silk flowers. Although they have come out with variations that look very close to and feel like fresh flowers, nothing beats the real deal. Brides may think that silks are a more cost effective option but in reality, they cost just as much if not more than fresh.

You're probably are wondering why I am rambling on about fake flowers....... Well if you couldn't tell, the pic above is made of silk flowers. Cream Callas, Cream Hydrangea, Pale Yellow Roses, yellow parrot tulips, grasses and ranucs.

Considering the circumstances, I am thrilled with the way it turned out :)