This gorg couple came all the way to Utah from NYC to say “I DO” and celebrate with their friends and family. While this wedding hails from last March, its a good one! And we are excited to share it with you! Thanks to Heather Nan Photo for sharing such amazing images! And congrats Jenn & JR, you and your wedding day were beautiful, thank you for letting us take part!
Floral: Studio Stems
This past summer brought us a unique couple with perhaps an unexpected style. I say this only because after doing this for nearly 15 years one becomes able to predict a style of a client, at least broadly. Not in this case, Misty surprised me with a style that spoke to succulents and textures of blooms that are hardy and a bit earthy with a slightly tropical side, not what I expected when I first met her! She was a delight to work with and it was a good experience for me as a designer to throw out the predictable a bit. I created not one, not two, but three bouquets for this beautiful bride. One for her sitting, one for her reception, and the last for her wedding day, because some of her goods are so hardy and have longevity to them many elements were re-used for each bouquet although they were all slightly different. We housed most of her centerpieces in West Elm terrariums including her large terrarium and floral at her sign in table. A few simple blooms on her cake did the trick and succulent based boutonnieres and corsages complimented the bridal party. A big thanks to Jessie Alexis Photography for great images and the opportunity to work with her again after too long!
This week marks the end of a week long publication on Utah Bride Blog of their fall 2013 editorial feature. It was an Indian summer beauty and we were privileged enough to participate and provide all the floral designs. Head on over to UBB to catch more about this gorgeous editorial or stay here to enjoy!
We are a bit behind on blogging and have loads of gorgeous summer 2013 weddings to share! But for today we give you an early summer celebration, carnival style and that of Annie & Logan! This couple had some talented family and friends in their arsenal who nearly did it all for them, but we were happy to take care of their floral for a one of a kind wedding at Gardners Village. Annie wanted white peonies pretty badly and she got them! Along with some bright and fun red anemone and filler blooms, the gents wore red ranuc bouts and the bridesmaids had primarily white bouquets with some green foliage as to not contrast with their darling red dresses! Most of the decor was not floral based but we did create custom horse wreaths for some standing antique carousel horses and a gorgeous sign in table floral in Annie’s fun and carnival like vase! Thanks to Aria Photography for sharing images
Floral Design: Studio Stems