During the summer, we had the opportunity to put together a fabulous photo shoot with some wonderful professionals, Studio Carre’ photography and Cynthia Zatkins Events. Our theme was antique love and this is what we came up with. Our spread in San Diego … Continue reading
Recently I had the honor to do the flowers for an old friend of mine. His lovely new bride had some fabulous taste mixed in with a DIY vision that created a warm and bright wedding! With her bridal bouquet full of peonies, dahlias, tulips and roses it was an explosion of color that took my breath away!
The jasmine vine and wildflower greens were my favorite accent to these beautiful flowers!
Her bridesmaids wore a bright coral color dress so we decided to tone down their bouquets and stick to neutral colors. Ivory dahlias, stock, roses and some bright tulips made these bouquets fabulous!
Looking at their bouquets up close and personal really helps you to see the fabulous colors and textures in these little beauties!
For their ceremony, an arch provided by the venue was decorated in natural vines, curly willow and these amazing flowers!
I loved the way this arch turned out! So pretty right!? Loving the hanging amaranthus!!
The DIY can be clearly seen by these adorable mason jars the bride provided for her centerpieces!
Their wedding cake was so cute with the burlap boarder and “K” topper. Only a couple of blooms were needed to tie it all together!
Once again, Congratulations to the happy couple! So thankful that I was able to be part of your special day!!
It’s that time again! Unlimited freedom to create whatever I want for the pleasure of sharing with all of you wonderful people! Setting up and creating a design can easily become a love hate relationship for me; I get to … Continue reading
Centerpieces: if they aren’t tall, their considered short. I’ve already posted about the Big Guys (http://sevenstemsblog.com/2012/03/27/the-big-guys/) so now I’m going to mention the short guys. They are definitely easier to make and economically friendly. If you are on a budget, or want … Continue reading
After gathering props and driving all around town, Marisa and I finally had everything we wanted to do our first photo shoot! We found some killer wine boxes in Orange, some wood pallets (Thanks Charlie!), and of course flowers! A … Continue reading