Cabbage, lotus and artichokes - oh my!
This is one of the coolest weddings I've been a part of in a while. LOVE working food into my florals and green, white and orange may be my favorite colorscheme of the season. Ceremony at First United Methodist (a fav) with reception following at Alumni Hall (a Bloomington standard). I hope you enjoy these pictures as much as I enjoyed putting it all together.
A few weekends ago Katie and I went to Atlanta's America Mart Gift Show to shop for some new goodies for the shop. Amongst the vast array of not-so-great, we found a few new things to stock. We really liked the small vases from Chive. This top one is actually a plastic travel vase that folds flat and we definitely fell in love with the small apothecary bud vases.
Stop by the shop the check out the full line!
Labels: Retail Store
This is a great option for the bride who wants something beautifully inexpensive. An all gerbera bouquet creates a statement without breaking the bank. In this wedding each bridesmaid carried a different color with the bride carrying all the colors together. They also make for great pictures!! Now, onward to the weddings of the week - three this week with parties on top. Next week I'll have more time to re-stock and re-design the store with all my new Atlanta purchases. Please come by and have a look.
Labels: Gerbera Daisies
What a lovely mix of textures. When I first worked with this bride I wasn't terribly confident I would like the waxy white stephanotis in the mix of all the more "wild" lavenders, but I'm pleasantly surprised again how more times than not, beautiful flowers make beautiful bouquets in all different ways.
(I'm a poet and didn't even know it...)
Labels: Lavender bridal
More Professional Pics
The Showers Inn. What a beautiful site. It was the first wedding I helped with there, and with the out of town wedding guests staying right there at the bed and breakfast it couldn't be more convenient. Talk about garden envy. What a beautiful courtyard.