Bright and Peachy

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!!


The Purple Craze Continues!

Not only were we excited to kick off Spring with purple, we were thrilled to be at one of our favorite venues, Los Willows in Fallbrook, Ca.

This gorgeous and GINORMOUS bridal bouquet had dahlias, French tulips, orchids, stock, hyacinth and just about every other spring flower that gives off a delightful aroma! It smelled incredible and looked fabulous!!

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The bridesmaid bouquets where more neutral with more white and lavender tones with pops of bright purple. Using fresh lavender, stock and freesia, these beauties smelled amazing as well! Love the way the dusty miller leaves add that special antique touch to these bouquets!
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For the groom and groomsmen boutonnieres we used lavender and white spray roses,  French lavender and dusty miller. Super cute and of course, smelled great! 😉
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A purple pomander ball for the flower girl is a great alternative to the traditional flower basket with petals. It ties in to other parts of the wedding…. You’ll see.
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Lining the aisle, were pomander balls in an ombre’ fashion. Starting with ivory and ending in a dark purple; it looked incredible! See! I told you, the flower girl would match another part of the wedding!
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Two large pillars framed the lovely couple, each with a large arrangements placed on top. They were big, beautiful and reusable for the reception! Two birds, one stone!
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And to finish off this purple wedding, the brides favorite flowers submerged for her centerpieces. Tulips! So simple, elegant and with floating candles, romantic!!
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A beautiful wedding captured by Chloe Atnip Photography. Great shots!
Thank You so much!
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