What are your thoughts on purple? Personally, I love it. I hadn't worked with it much in the past few years so I was excited to meet Laurel and hear her dreams for a purple and white wedding with silver accents. Beyond the color scheme, this wedding had a lot of personality. This Kentucky couple shares a love of horses and their theme was played out through details
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 garden style, and spilling out of
2017 was a great year. Everyone loves a good year end review so I am here with some fun stats from this past year. Despite taking the first 4 months of the year off after having a baby, we still did quite a bit! So, if you are wondering... We created: 77 Bouquets 70 Boutonnieres 32 Corsages 3 Floral Crowns 260 Arrangements 5
We designed flowers for Kaitlin and Matt's wedding last Saturday. Sometimes November can feel a little dull but these bright purples with pops of lime would brighten anyone's day! Congratulations Kaitlin and Matt! We wish you all the best!
We loved being a part of Stephanie and Lee's day this past Saturday. They are both such kind people and were so easy to work with. We also loved working with purple! Pastels are definitely popular. While we think the blush trend is beautiful, we were happy to work with this palette. The variations of purples and lavender were rich and played perfectly together for