Posts tagged Summer Wedding
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 :)

Mary + Ithay | Navy & white Wedding at Crystal Bridges

Elegant, beautiful, and contemporary are just three words to describe this gorgeous Crystal Bridges wedding. From the chuppah accented with greenery to the towering jade palm arrangements, we enjoyed designing every aspect of the ceremony and reception. The navy blue and gold table decor blended perfectly with the contemporary interpretations of classic green and white flower arrangements.


Venue: Crystal Bridges

Photography: Weddings by Christopher & Nancy

Coordinator: Sheila Vaught

Rentals: Eventures Party Rentals

Morgan + Quentin | Organic eucalyptus & rose wedding
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Just a couple of years ago, this organic style became popular.  I have to say, it suits ME to a tee!  I love designing these airy bouquets with eucalyptus and roses (plus a few other beautiful blooms, of course.)  Check out Morgan & Quentin's beautiful, organic day...

And here's a couple shots I got as we were setting up the reception.  Nowhere near as good as the ones from Peach Tea Co., of course. 


Venues: Mount Sequoyah (Ceremony) & Arkansas Air Museum (Reception)

Photographer: The Peach Tea Co.