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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!

Carrie + Paul | Backyard Wedding + Walker Foundation Reception

This wedding was not your average wedding. The bride and groom wanted an intimate ceremony, so the ceremony was a couple weeks before their reception. The reception was at The Walker Foundation building — a beautiful space with great artwork. We designed simple white arrangements for the table so the flowers and art wouldn’t have to compete. (But added some WOW with a mirrored runner.) Since the bride loves bright colors, succulents and cacti, we created vibrant ceremony flowers and used Ruby Ball Cacti to accent the tables at the reception to tie it all together.

FLORIST TIP: more isn’t always better. Sometimes keeping the designs simple so that each element shines is the best way to showcase a couple’s personalities

And how dapper is that pupper with the collar flowers?


Venue: Walker Foundation

Photographer: Freckled Fox Photography

Kaity + Adam | Barn at the Springs Blush Rose Wedding

Blush and white will always be a classic wedding color palette and don’t you just love how this couple incorporated this palette into their wedding? We especially love how the arbor turned out — the lush flowers, natural wood apparatus, and light streaming through the sheer curtains — stunning! And there’s nothing more classy than a beautiful wedding gown and a military uniform. Did you know that boutonnieres are never worn on a military uniform?

We’re finishing off this gallery with a few behind the scenes photos. The photographer managed to catch me showing the bride her bouquet!


Venue: Barn at the Springs

Photographer: Juliana Rose Photography

It’s rare that I’m caught on camera at wedding deliveries. I love how Juliana captured one of my favorite moments as a florist — seeing the smile on a bride’s face when they see their bouquet :)