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I love Autumn

Smokebush (my seasonal fav) and burgundy to orange roses. Love this!! The centerpieces were low silver dishes with a 9" pillar candle in the center surrounded by seasonal greens and gourds. Totally different and totally cool. The alter pieces were simply one GIANT mum on either side of a rustic fireplace. How fun!


Professional Pics- THANKS Lindsay

Check out these amazing pictures from a wedding I worked on early this year. Lindsay Wilson did an excellent job capturing the beauty of the day. Check out her site at:


Love red on red... pyramid vases and roses

This wedding was beautifully set within the luscious fall colors at Deerpark Manor. I just loved the pyramid vase with the variegated aspedistra leaf. It seems smokebush is one of favorites this year along with the dark burgundy scabiosa creating contrast in the bridal.

My Babies

I thought I'd do a quick post to show everyone what I do when I'm not in the shop. These are my babies... Claire is my daughter who will be 4 next month and Sammy will be 2 in January. They are just the coolest and it's without a doubt the best part of my day hanging out with them. Here's a couple pictures of Claire learning to ride her bike and Sammy relishing an opportunity to be pushed around on his trike and a couple of them just being goofy.

White Football Mums

This was a simple wedding with white mums everywhere accented with just a touch of orange crocosmia. I just loved the color scheme and, as always, embraced the uncomplicated design


I've been so busy with weddings I haven't had a chance to show off the daily deliveries I've doing, (and haven't been taking picture of them either). It's so much fun to have creativity with different designs and occasions every day. I'm so used to weddings and doing the same centerpiece all day long!! These are just a couple arrangements I've done this week. Two dozen roses done the Peppertree way and a fall bouquet for a fall festival here in Bloomington. I just love the autumn.


Professional Pictures- Thanks Eric!!

Here are a few pictures care of Eric Rudd ( Always love seeing my flowers in a beautiful photograph. Thanks Eric!!


Orchids and Callas AGAIN

It never gets old doing calla lilies and orchids. Here are pictures from two of the weddings from this past weekend. I still have a hard time disciplining myself enough to take pictures of everything.

Both weddings chose tall glass vessels with simple single variety arrangements. This tends to cut down on cost and create a very elegant look.
I particularly loved the red bridal of mokara orchids, red mini calla lilies, red hypericum berry and magnolia leaves.


Yeah - Professional Pictures

Here are some pictures from a wedding I worked in June. Thanks to Deckard Photography ( for all your beautiful work. You never disappoint!!!


Nice words from Alli

Hey Andrea!

I know it has been forever, but I just wanted to send you a note and let you know how happy we were with the flowers you did at our wedding. They were nothing short of spectacular! I was never worried once about them, and I was right to feel so confident in your work: you did an outstanding job. I got so many compliments on the flowers, and they were definitely one of my favorite parts of our wedding. I was actually sad to leave them when we left for the honeymoon!



With the groom from Hawaii, tropicals were the focus with potted orchids on half the tables and a single cymbidium on the others. The ceremony site was accented with white dendrobiums all the way down the aisle with large tropical arrangements at the front and white lanterns hanging from the tree. The lantern hanging is not my favorite activity but it certainly sets a mood.
The bridal was full with white cymbidiums, white roses and white freesia accented subtly with beargrass. The bridesmaids bouquets were awesomely different. Orange protea, coral mini calla lilies, green cymbidiums and red hypericum berry.
It's all in the small details, this time a ti leaf charger under the cake. How cool!