Danielle is one of our sweet friends from The Wooden Trunk. We were so excited when she asked us to do the flowers for her beautiful wedding at Legends Ranch. Danielle and her sister Jill have amazing style and are so much fun we knew this was going to be a great wedding. We pulled together her country style flowers with lots of wheat, burlap, berries and bulsa flowers for a fun textural look the complimented the space perfectly. The adorable bridesmaids carried bouquets of wheat and wax flower while the suspend clad groomsmen had complimenting boutonnieres.
Rustic bouquet of wheat and berries with cream flowers and burlap by Layers of Lovely Floral Design
The BBQ style reception was so cute with long wood tables filled with miscellaneous vintage vases filled with blooms, wheat and raw cotton. We hung paper lanterns from the bistro lighting over the dance floor that lent a hand to fun atmosphere. All of the vintage rentals from Danielle’s company worked perfectly as decor through out the wedding.
Thank you Chelsea Nicole for the stunning pictures!
Kacie and Mark tied the knot last October at the beautiful Red Rock Country Club. Kacie had a very cute style and we loved working with her to help bring her vision to life. Thank you Kristen Joy for the pictures.
We used lots of fun elements such as succulents, bulsa wood flowers, privet berry, poppy pods, scabiosa pods and blooms and billy balls to give Kacie’s bouquet a natural feel that was very texturally rich. Burlap and some vintage ribbon looked lovely for the stem treatment.
Desert Dream was the brainchild of uber talented Meg Ruth Photography. Megan came to us with tons of inspiration, great ideas and lots of pizzaz. The color scheme based off a picture of the desert was tones of purple, blues, oranges, greens and reds which worked perfectly at the Bar + Bistro @ The Arts Factory. Suzanne from She Paperie created the beautiful invites with the adorable braided detail as well as the clipboard menus with the arrow pencils.
The “florals” consisted of tons of color tinted succulents that lined down the middle of the 4 person table. Air plants and feathers were used on the eclectic blue chairs to tie in with the bridal bouquet and the centerpiece. We created the bouquet from a mix off succulents and air plants with pieris and feathers to give it an more wild feel.
The models were stunning with their hair and makeup by Your Beauty Call.
Everything from the shoot flowed together so well, Megan did an amazing job styling it. There were lots of DIY projects such as the runner, ombre napkins and the table numbers. If you want to see how she did those check out this feature on Style Me Pretty.
When Jessica and I first met we quickly realized that we had gone to the same high school and had a ton of mutual friends. It was so much fun chatting with her about her wedding. Jessica’s color scheme was coral, peach and blush with touches of ivory and I loved it. We used tons of roses and gerberas to bring the look or her classic but fun wedding together at The M Resort. Our friends from Weddings by Scott and Dana were on site to capture all of the magic.
Annemarie and Tim were married April 2012 at the Paiute Golf Club just outside of Las Vegas. They had the perfect day for their outdoor ceremony that displayed all of the beautiful mountains around them. Annemarie chose a color palette of yellow and green that looked beautiful in the space. The talented Chelsy of Cardin Creative was onsite to capture the big day.
At the ceremony we did a large arrangement hanging in the center of the arch as well as petals and small arrangements down the aisle. All of the florals used outside were brought inside for the reception.
Annemarie was not only a beautiful bride but such a sweet person to work with. She carried a custom creation of white peonies, garden roses, lilac, nerine, freesia and ranunculus that was perfect for the spring time nuptials.
The reception was filled with 2 different types of low centerpieces. The first of which had a trio of floating candles surrounded by white and yellow blooms for a soft romantic look. The second centerpiece was vase filled with limes topped with yellow and white blooms. The flowers were such a hit with the guests.
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Amanda and Dennis had a beautiful wedding filled with seriously beautiful people at the Westin Lake Las Vegas. Amanda’s custom Mina Olive gown was stunning. I love all of the bridesmaids in different tones of purple which worked so well with the light purple bouquets we created for them. Amanda’s bouquet of hydrangea, dahlias, lisianthus, anemones, picaso mini callas and deep purple mini callas was embellished with vintage rhinestone buttons down the front.
I adored working with Cena and Jeremy for their wedding. Cena is such a fun person to be around and she has amazing style that reflected all throughout her and Jeremy’s wedding at Vitner Grill. Before the wedding they did a bridal shoot with Chantel Marie Photography. Those pictures were used throughout the reception and added a great personalized feeling.
The bridesmaids all looked beautiful in their complimenting lace dresses. For the bridal bouquet we used white garden roses and peonies with accents of succulents, scabiosa pods, lavender and plum ranunculus for a pop of color. The bridesmaids carried small bouquets of scbaiosa and poppy pods with succulents, lavender and ranunculus.
Adrienne and Lance were married at Faith Lutheran followed by a reception at the Red Rock Country Club. Adrienne came in dreaming of a purple wedding with lots of bling and that exactly what we gave her. From the chandeliers hanging above the bridal party tables to the chandelier vases we used for the centerpieces, everything had some sparkle to it including Adrienne’s cascade bouquet.
Photography by John Morris
Here is another quick share from a WPPI shoot. This one was styled by Sugar and Fluff. Their theme was a 60′s walk in the park that we used all ranunculus for. These photos were provided by Brian Saculles Photography.