I have to admit that last month's wedding at The Granary in New Harmony was one of my favorites to design. The bride told me that her theme was rustic, folk elegance and she wanted a lot of texture. I believe texture is what separates good design from average. It also helps that The Granary is one of the most beautiful venues in the tri-state area. Guests
Well, it was a destination wedding for us. The bride and groom (my sister and her new husband) are DC residents. When your mother and sister are event florists, you use your resources. So, off to DC we went with our cars loaded with vases, trays, linens, and other treasures. I both regret and don't regret that I didn't take a lot of pictures the day of the
It's a joy to design a wedding for such a fun and thoughtful couple. Pops of yellow among the white and gray and a request for sunflowers made this a modern country event to remember. This wedding took a village. Friends and family helped install many of the vignettes to personalize the design. Both the wedding and reception were held at Kokie's Echo
This September wedding was designed around a rustic, vineyard theme with a plethora of beautiful texture. Bouquets and urns, placed at the church, were filled with roses, gerber daisies, astilbe, hypericum berries, seeded eucalyptus, and wood accents. Boutonnieres were made with spray roses and hypericum berries and placed in a wine cork to further the vineyard
We were honored to provide flowers for the 2015 Mayor's Arts Awards sponsored by the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana last month. The event was held at the gorgeous Victory Theatre in downtown Evansville. Guests congregated in the lobby where artists were displaying both the process and products of their work before moving to the stage. Guests moved
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