Textures of Blush Pink and Ivory at St. Luke the Evangelist and Forest Park Golf Club

Kristen and Sean celebrated their marriage with vows at St. Luke the Evangelist and a reception at Forest Park Golf Club.  Here are some amazing images from Caretto Studio. Kristen’s bouquet was one of our favorites.  She wanted soft colors and lots of texture and trusted us with the rest.  She carried a loose mix of snapdragons, berries, garden roses, cremones, and anemones to create this look. The maids carried similar textures and flowers, but with brighter shades of blooms. …

August Wedding at Heartland Estate

Tammy and Derek chose Heartland Estate for their intimate outdoor wedding and reception.  As this was a second marriage for both, they wanted something casual and fun that not only their kids could enjoy, but also their extended families and guests.  Images by Michael Jacob. Tammy’s bouquet was a mix of orange roses, light blue delphinium, butter stock flower, daisies, ranunculus, and anemones with dark centers. Tammy’s bridesmaid carried a smaller version of bridal bouquet with some pops of bright …

Vibrant Lumen Ceremony and Reception

We recently found these images tucked away on our desktop from a wedding we did a couple of seasons ago.  Nicolle and Grant had a colorful ceremony and reception at Lumen Event Space.  Here are the bright colors of their day that never go out of style.  Images by LPhotographie. Nicolle’s bouquet was a bright mix of yellow billy balls (crespedia), orange ranunculus, hot pink spray roses, and buplerum greenery. Nicolle’s bouquet was very petite to match her features. The …

Monochromatic Yellows

Katherine and Rob’s wedding back in May reminds us that spring and bright, warm weather will be back!  Their monochromatic yellows were soft-textured with some bold pops of color.  Images by Kelly Pratt Photography. Katherine’s bouquet was a mix of deep ivory, butter yellow, and bright yellow.  Many textured blooms and greenery brought lots of interest and softness to her bouquet. The maids carried monochromatic yellow bouquets. Rob’s boutonniere was a white freesia bloom. The other men wore bright yellow …

Orchids, Crystals and Feathers with Ron Klein Photography

Brandi was one of our beautiful brides who wanted something a little different for her bouquets. She loved the idea of feathers incorporated with the flowers. Here is what we came up with for her. (Photos by Ron Klein) Brandi’s bouquet was a mix of white and ivory flowers that included orchids, crystals and white ostrich feathers around the edge. The bridesmaids carried green hydrangea and orchids with red feather accents. Orchids were carried through in the other personal flowers …

Warm Reds with Black and White

This is a red, white and black wedding that we did in November. The bridal bouquet was monochromatic reds using different types of flowers. The bridesmaids carried all white gerber daisies with black centers. (Photos by Gail Fleming) Getting ready to throw the toss bouquet! Best wishes to Margaret and Kevin! 🙂

Curly Willow = Texture!

For this fall wedding, we worked with a bride who wanted a little something out of the ordinary. She loved texture but wanted to take it a step further. We included curly willow in the bouquets and boutonnieres for an added shot of interest. The bridal bouquet included dahlias, berries, roses and willow. The willow made a cute accent to the boys’ flowers, too! It’s amazing how versatile a branch can be! 🙂

Let’s Hear It for the Boys!

We thought a blog featuring the guys might be appropriate, since we talk a lot about the girls around here! 🙂 Here are some shots of the boys and their flowers. Guys at weddings are so cute!!

Lush Fall Colors

Angela and Derek are a cute couple that we helped out last fall. Here are some pictures of their vibrant and lush fall flowers. Such bright flowers for a bright bride and groom! The bridal bouquet was a glorious fall mix of reds, yellows, and oranges using gerbers, berries, tulips, roses, and mini callas. The bridesmaids carried all the colors in gerber daisies. This small clutch bouquet is the what the moms carried for their flowers. Angela looks radiant and …

Peacock Feathers

For everyone out there considering using peacock feathers, here is an example of how we incorporated them into bouquets and as decorations at the ceremony and reception. Take a look! (Images by Tim McDermott) The feathers were used to tied in shades of blue in the bridesmaids’ bouquets. They carried white calla lilies, ivory roses, accented with the peacock feathers and looped lily grass. The bridal bouquet was a fall mix of mini calla lilies, roses, and looped lily grass. …