Simple and country vintage is what this client wanted. There was a huge
wedding party, so we repurposed their bouquets as table centerpieces into
skinny cylinder vases with a gold rim. Brides on a budget and that have numerous tables
to decorate, this is a super helpful solution. The bride’s main concern was
that everything fit into budget and if that meant that we picked a certain
type of flower to make that happen but without loosing the integrity
of the overall feel ….. she was a happy camper!
Star Hill Ranch
Lorena with Something To Celebrate
Vintage at “The Mansion On Judge’s Hill”
BZ’s lovely team helped us create a unique
white with icy blue accented wedding.
The bride and groom lived out of state and trusted
our collaborative team to make it work!
Here are some details from the wedding we
took some shots of.
Botanist + Baker = A Really Cool Couple
“Lil Pumpkin” refers to the bride’s pet name that
her super sweet mother calls her by…..so we
put pumpkins all over the place to remind
the bride of one of her favorite things!
This vintage inspired wedding used one of a kind
fabulous pottery from a collection of the bride’s mother….
no pressure Last Petal team…eeek!
However, these vases were the piece d’ resistance for the
table decor…we coupled them with copper candlesticks for
another vintage touch.
Love the unique blend of textures and colors we used for
this wedding. Sometimes you have to go outside the comfort zone
of a two color design palette.
Love this wedding, super special!
The mornings are starting to get that slight
hint that cooler weather is around the corner.
Today being the “official” first day of Fall,
I thought I’d post an autumn wedding from last year.
I adore the Fall, and it’s probably my
favorite time of year for flowers.
Spring is wonderful, but Fall flowers show
such a unique palette of colors and variations.
Everytime this season comes around,
we get giddy at the studio opening our
gorgeous packages of botanical goodies!
By coincidence, this day is also my 8th wedding
anniversary and reminds me of what an
awesome choice I made for having our wedding
specifically on the Autumn Solstice & The Harvest Moon.
Details make life so much more interesting…..
Opposites really do work sometimes!
This bride requested romantic, small and delicate for
her and bright colors to compliment the bridesmaids dresses.
The artist bride (turned florist after the wedding!)
loved color and the fuschia/purple and orange orchids looked
bold against the dark teal dresses. The bouquet I made
for the bride mimicked her intricate gown, using
queen anne’s lace, little white feathers, stephanotis,
dendrobium orchids, lisianthus, and sweet peas.
Yes…yes it’s true…
florists always have flowers in their houses…or atleast this
floral designer does. Usually they are simple, even just one stem
that’s about “to go” in the next few days and we enjoy just
that one moment of beauty it still has to offer.
Here’s what’s on my table right now. So pretty ….you really can’t go
wrong with green and white. As I look in the picture, my house looks
like a jungle with greenery everywhere. I guess certain
days out of the year that is very true.
Flowers used: Viburnum, hydrangea, buplerum, green roses, and
ornitalgum placed into a painted box.
Here is a guestbook table arrangement that
used…… things found, things from our garden,
containers we hand made and
things from abroad.
This collective wedding was stunning and just what the couple ordered.