While setting up for Kristen and Bradley's wedding, one of my assistants asked if delivering the bouquets was my favorite part of the day. Truthfully, it's sometimes. Some times I can sense stress or high emotions in the room and I know that it is best to leave the flowers and quickly leave to let the wedding party get back to getting ready. Sometimes I don't actually see
Mauve is back! Those of you who remember the mauve of the '80s may be asking why but this is mauve in a new way. The warm, rosy tone mixes beautifully with fall colors and gives a more cozy feel from the blush tones we see in spring and fall. We played off the mauve and rust tones of the bridesmaid dresses from Morgan and Andrew's wedding, adding in burgundy, golden
Burgundy, blush, and navy are three of the most popular colors in wedding design right now. It's no surprise. The three colors can be used beautifully on their own, with other combinations, or like in Saturday's wedding--together. This palette can be interpreted several ways depending on the season. Peonies, tulips, and ranunculus work well for spring into summer.
Megan and Logan were married in May at St. Peter and Paul in Fort Branch with a reception at Cambridge Golf Club on the north side of Evansville. You can find the original post about their wedding here. Today though, I am excited to share some of the beautiful photos from the event from Shillawna Ruffner. You can learn more about Shillawna and her work by visiting her
Megan and Logan were married this past Saturday with their reception at Cambridge Golf Club. Again, we were lucky to work with another sweet couple. This weekend's palette was blush and burgundy. This color scheme is one we have worked with before but I have to admit that this combination was my favorite take on the popular color combo. We used burgundy peonies
I love small weddings. Large weddings are great too. My own wedding had a big guest list. But there is something special about an intimate gathering with just your closest friends and family with you on one of your most important days. Bigger is not always better. Alyssa and Scott are perhaps the most laid back couple I have ever worked with. They gave me a