Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Sarah's Rustic Wedding

As we had mentioned a little bit back, we designed a darling wedding for Sarah and her rustic barn reception. When she came to me with her colors of coral, sage, periwinkle, grey and snowflake, I fell in love. The variety of pastel color was amazing and really added to the down home rustic vibe.

Enjoy these beautiful photos from Maddie Thomas Photography

Sarah's bouquet was an absolute BEAUTY! We used muted colors and multiple blooms in this natural and loose makeup. For her wrap we tied in all her colors with streamers of ribbons and natural jute.

The centerpieces were a variety of clear vases and jars that held blooms in which we left wild and natural.

Flowers used: Coral peonies, lavender, delphinium, garden roses, ranunculus, salal, calcynia, stock, fever few, dusty miller, spiral eucalyptus, veronica, scabiosa and thistle.

Friday, June 15, 2012

Shabby Chic Wedding

Here is our last preview of the week! 
These beautiful flowers were part of Sarah Olsen's wedding, which was held at Memory Grove. Beautiful!
Pinks, Corals, Ivory and Aqua flowers were set together in groupings and framed (literally) with vintage gold frames. 

I hope everyone has a great and relaxing weekend!

Beautiful image comes to us from Natalie Bennion Photography

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Red and Aqua Wedding

This wedding took place a year ago at the lovely Wadley Farms. The palate was bright cherry red and aqua blue. A darling color combo.

Brides bouquet was made up of red roses, ranunculus, mokara orchids and airbrushed manzanita branches. The bridesmaids carried budget effective bouquets of red carnations. 

Image courtesy of Emagine Photography

Wednesday, June 13, 2012


 While I cant show you this whole feature, I couldn't wait to get your eyes yearning for more....

Isn't she a Doll!?

Photo courtesy of Mikki Platt Photography

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Complimentary Colors

Last weekend was host to Erin Wilkinson's grand affair held at Sleepy Ridge Golf Course. 
No expense was spared at this beautiful event and flowers were no exception. We worked closely with Michelle at Utah Event by Design to create this grand affair.

Erin chose a palate of Lime, Orange, Blue and Purple, a tricky one to pull off without looking like a birthday party or circus event. To help balance this palate out, we choose flowers that were deep in color and complimentary on the color wheel, to make the scheme feel rich and warming. Perfect for an upscale event. 

A fabulous fondant cake by Cake-a-licious. The mantle behind the cake was topped with salal garlands and stuffed with various flowers. For some extra drama we added hanging pomanders is coordinating colors. 

On the left is the second centerpiece design that was kept low and colorful. Three cylinders held varieties like roses, veronica, lilies, gerbs, mokara orchids, pin cushions and salal.
On the right is one of my favorite elements from the wedding. A grand piece indeed. For Erin's buffet pieces we constructed large topiarys of a variety of flowers. My pictures just don't do much justice.

Check back later for images from the pros.

Monday, June 11, 2012

Pastel Flowers

Man this month has been a whirlwind of greatness. So many things to share with you all, but time is short. I'll be posting a few previews over the next week of some photos I shot before the designs left our studio. 

First up, we share with you a garden rose and stock accent piece. The smell coming from this beauty is unbelievable! 

Flowers used were simple and sweet: Patience garden roses, Juliet Garden roses, stock and salal.

Be sure to check back tomorrow for more previews.