Tuesday, April 26, 2011

A Royal Affair

We were asked by Tessa Wolff of Salt Lake Bride and Groom Magazine to put together an inspiration board of florals that would be fitting for Kate Middleton's bouquet. This is what Branches envisioned.

This bouquet is a reflection of Ms. Middleton herself: a classic beauty. I chose a muted palette of the palest pinks, creams and touches of champagne and antique golds, and a bouquet full of lush blooms. The result is a bouquet that’s feminine with a touch of stylish flair–just like the princess-to-be.

See today's feature on Salt Lake Bride and Groom here

Photo Courtesy of The Vines Leaf

Thursday, April 7, 2011

***{GET STYLED}***

What's your style?
Clean and casual with a modern twist? Perhaps you prefer a formal affair with muted colors and pops of black and white.Whether its a picnic in the orchard or a sail on the Great Salt Lake, each person has a unique style and we can make your style and personality shine through. 

So without further ado..
 We are overjoyed to announce the launch of our new branching off company:

by Branches

Styled is a custom design company that offer an extensive assortment of props, florals and design knowledge to enhance your ever so important photo-op moments. We feels its important to let your personalities shine through in your photos. A picture is worth a thousand words. What do you want yours to say? Well we want it to say...Wow! 


Amanda loves classic feminine style with a vintage afterthoughts. This is clearly portraied in her beautiful images by Camilla Photography. We provided Amanda with the specific props to showcase just some of the things Amanda adores. A Shabby Chic side table with single blooms of ranuculus and the feminine lines of our perfect pink side chair.

Below are a few of the many shoots that Styled offers our assistance within:

baby bump shoots

Still have questions? Contact us today

Starting today we are giving a free styled shoot away to the first person who books their July wedding with Branches Event Floral .

Wednesday, April 6, 2011


Can't you just see this as your centerpiece for your spring wedding?
Here is a sneak peek of our weekend happenings. Tons more images to come from some great weddings and photo shoots. I can't wait to share them all. Until now, sit tight...and we'll have some more for you soon!

One of my FAV combos to date.
Pink peonies, Fever few, Hyacinth, Dusty miller, Ranuculus and Tulips

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Blooming Tuesday {Anemone}


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The story behind the anemone flower’s name is a sad one. The name comes from Greek and roughly translates into “windflower”. It is said in Greek Mythology that the anemone flower sprang up from the blood of Aphrodite’s slain lover, Adonis. The name “windflower” signifies that the wind that blows the petal open will also, eventually, blow the dead petals away.
Anemone's are known for their unique black centers. They come in a variety colors, ranging from classic black and white to purple and black. These little lovelies can work for ANY type of event. Bring them in for your classic black tie event or your casual style backyard wedding.

Branches Event Floral

Editorial Credit: Branches and Here