A Seasonal November Wedding

I don’t hide that I prefer to use seasonal ingredients in my designs. November can be a tough month, though.  When Mary told me that she liked the muted tones of November and dried flowers, I was excited!   This was the first wedding I have been able to design with dried elements and I […]

What Did Flower Arrangements Look Like in 1908?

What did flower arrangements look like in 1908? If you are familiar with Dutch Master oil paintings, you may have an idea.  Painters in this period often painted still lifes of lush, opulent flower arrangements.  Roses and dahlias were popular, as were jewel tones mixed with light pastels.  Arrangements were often loose, asymmetrical, in a […]

Working with Summer Flowers

We are in the heart of summer and with it all the bold and vibrant colors that summer flowers bring us. It isn’t a secret that I enjoy using local, seasonal flowers.  So, what is available in southern Indiana this time of year? To me, the quintessential midwestern summer flower is the zinnia.  Easy to […]

Pink Floral Inspiration

Sometimes I have clients who want to incorporate unusual colors into their floral designs and it can be tricky to find flowers that work.  That is not a problem when asked for pink.  There are so many varieties available in so many different shades.  From blush to fuchsia, enjoy the pink floral inspiration. Starting with […]

Elegant Fall Jewel Tones

We worked with the nicest family on this colorful September wedding.  We have been lucky to work with so many great families but it is especially great to work with such  gracious and appreciative clients.  And these beautiful colors! The ceremony and reception were held at Oak Meadow Country Club on Evansville’s north side. Four different but […]