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happy wednesday! i can’t believe how fast this week is flying by. in a few days i will be headed up to st. helena for c+b’s wedding, rental SUV (why didn’t we get an SUV to begin with?) filled with florals, decor, and paper goods i’ve been designing away. i realized i haven’t shown any recent arrangements or events in a while, so wanted to pop in this morning with a few new ones.

here are some of my faves from the past few weeks (the pic on top is one of 10 arrangements from n+c’s wine country wedding last weekend filled with cafe au lait dahlias, cabbage roses in the prettiest shade of salmon pink, ranunculus in shades of mauve and ivory, peach david austin roses and lots of other little blooms here and there).

you might have seen me prepping these cans on instagram - i found a pretty shade of rose gold to use instead of the everywhere-you-look gold and they looked oh so pretty with the navy and white striped ribbons for k’s nautical-inspired reception arrangements.

i used hydrangeas, ranunculus, lambs ear, spray roses,wax flower, and anenomes to create k’s bouquet. it’s kind of sad how sometimes my instagram pics come out better than the ones i take with my nice camera!


playing around with colors in preparation for j+m’s romantic grey & pink wedding. 

j wanted to incorporate some shimmer in to her wedding florals so i used metallic silver ribbon for the groomsmen boutonnieres. these were some of my faves yet.

lovely little flower girl flower crowns for j+m’s healdsburg wedding! the girls looked so adorable, i can’t wait to see the professional pics!

i was seriously in love with the blooms from n+c’s wedding this past weekend. n had complete trust in me to do my thing, and it was so amazing to have the freedom of creativity! plus, her cafe au lait dahlias were out of this world.

this might have been the largest boutonniere order yet, but i thought it was sweet how the bride wanted all the family members to wear flowers, too.

the videographer from n+c’s wedding sent me this still shot from their video of me setting up the altar backdrop. i’d like to personally thank whoever brought the top knot back in to style because i’ve been rocking that thing since like 4th grade. i’d also like to remind myself to maybe not dress like a bag of easter skittles next time i leave the house for a floral order, because you never know when you’re going to end up on video! haha (i can promise you that for the full wedding planning and design installations i am dressed in wedding-appropriate gear - i figured since i was going to be in the background just setting up the florals, no one would see me) :)

one of the grooms from this past sunday’s wedding loves to cook. the other (yes, there were two grooms and yes i am totally down with that - love is love, and it was an honor to participate in this very meaningful wedding) has a love for wine country - the result? a sage, lavender and ranunculus boutonniere. this wedding was so amazing on so many levels, way past the lovely little details. but more on that soon.

ok, it’s back to embossing for c+b’s wedding this coming weekend. more to come soon (and for all the behind the scenes pics, you can check out instagram!)

COMMENTS
  • Erika says on October 10, 2012 Reply

    A: Easter Skittles are the jam. B: That sage and lavender boutonniere is totally stunning. I can’t wait to see more photos! xx

  • Becca *Petal Floral Design* says on October 10, 2012 Reply

    but your bag of easter skittles is SO cute:) xx

  • Michelle says on October 10, 2012 Reply

    You are hilarious! Not everyone can make Easter skittles look good :) Gorgeous flowers!! I’ve enjoyed following along on insta too

  • Christina @ Homemade Ocean says on October 10, 2012 Reply

    Who doesn’t love Easter skittles! I can not wait for you to share more pictures of these weddings…amazing :)

  • Lena says on October 10, 2012 Reply

    I need to come up with an everyday use for those amazing rose gold cans–and I’m swooning over your arrangements!

  • Kelly says on October 16, 2012 Reply

    Such beautiful flowers!! :)

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