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Spring at the Botanical Garden

The Botanical Garden of the Ozarks is a gorgeous venue for weddings at any season, but there’s something magical about springtime. For this showstopper wedding, we designed modern and elegant bouquets and centerpieces with classic white blooms—calla lilies, roses, tulips, hydrangeas, and phalaenopsis orchids. We especially love all the movement in the tall centerpieces, the draping orchids and the tulips reaching up and away.

Venue: Botanical Garden of the Ozarks

Photographer: Benfield Photography

Kristin + Nick | Fall Wedding at Pratt Place Inn & Barn

Autumnal abundance! We love designing during all seasons, but this burgundy and gold color palette makes us favor Fall just a little bit more. The bridal bouquet is truly striking with the statement red garden roses as a focal point surrounded by sumptuous fall textures like the preserved autumn leaves, agonis foliage, golden amaranthus, and stalks of wheat. Speaking of texture, check out that head table runner! We used three types of foliage — agonis, Italian ruscus, and eucalyptus — accented with bouquets, white pumpkins, and little gourds. We don’t always like burlap, but paired with the foliage and pumpkins, it really works! The couple didn’t want the palette to feel too orange, so we chose white pumpkins and used the small orange pumpkins as fun pops of color here and there.

Happy Anniversary, Kristin & Nick!

Spring: Downton Abbey Inspired Wedding

How do you achieve Downton Abbey-inspired florals for a spring wedding? We achieved the lush, beautiful designs synonymous with Downton by using different varieties of garden roses, fluffy ranunculus, and mixed foliages. We arranged those blooms in round, hand-tied bouquets and gold compote vases. With the backdrop of St. Catherine’s at Bell Gable, don’t you feel like a guest at a Crawley wedding?

Venue: St Catherine's at Bell Gable / Mermaid's Restaurant

Photographer: Two Carters Photography