When I started my business as a floral designer for weddings and events, I loved leafing through magazines and newspapers looking at glamorous parties and weddings. I used to [...]
It's always nice when I get to work with a bride who is just so sweet and excited about her flowers. She's totally my girl, because I get just [...]
When I got the call from my old sorority sister Rachel, I knew I was going to be in for a treat. Rachel has such great style (check out [...]
Watching the vision of my clients come together for their wedding, is quite possibly my favorite part of their wedding, second only to helping my clients discover what their floral fingerprint is. Ralphy and Christina knew they wanted something different from what they had seen before at other people's wedding and it was through choosing lesser common statement flowers such as thistle and protea to really make their flowers unique and unusual. Taking those flowers and incorporating into a garden style asymmetrical bouquet, this bouquet added an effortless look to Christina's bridal look.
Kristine & Kevin at Baldacci Family Vineyards. Photos by Colson Griffith Photography.
So, it’s officially been 10 years since I myself tied the knot with my husband Dave. When planning my own wedding, I had no idea that I'd now be designing and styling weddings for other people. Nor did I have any of that valuable party planning knowledge I now have at the time. I had just finished law school, Dave had just finished dental school, and we were getting ready to purchase our first home. We were just plain young. And planning my wedding was no different than much of what I hear from my brides today—filled with much of the same emotions and obstacles.
Happy first anniversary to my sweet neighbors, friends, and clients: Nisha and Joe! All of my clients are special to me. It's so fun to take lead my clients [...]
You gotta love a girl whose willing to chow on In and Out Burger before her wedding… and I do love this girl. Nicole and Eric's wedding took place [...]
It's always a pleasure when we're invited to showcase a table for industry parties. This year for Ceremony Magazine's San Francisco Party we were invited we created a luxurious [...]