The boutonniere consisted of echinacea, alstromeria, seeded eucalyptus, and smokebush bound in twine..
July 30, 2010
This was a completely new creation for me! It was an Earth themed bouquet with a lot of natural growing elements one may find in their yard, a field, or in the wild. The bouquet is characterized by a natural habit and seasonal aesthetic. It is arranged with alstromeria, echinacea, carnations, seeded eucalyptus, millet, smokebush, and my personal touch of mini apricots. Stems are finished in twine to complete the Earth themed bouquet. Enjoy!
July 13, 2010
This bridal shoot was so fun, I got to accompany the bride and groom to be, with their fabulous photographer Michael Lloyd. We enjoyed a variety of locations from a historic church, to an antique-type barn, a sunny meadow, and to finish at a sparkling lagoon. Michael's love and eye for photography is evidently displayed. Thank you for the lovely photos.
Lacey and Gavin chose teal and gray as their main colors with accents of orange, peach, and white. Her bouquet is one of a kind. She left the flowers up to me, and if I do say so myself it is a beauty. I used Milva roses, peach cymbidium orchids, white lisianthus, scabiosa pods, and succulents. The stems are finished in a teal satin ribbon with white pearl accents.
Gavin's boutonniere was a Mozart calla lily, variegated lily grass, and a mini succulent wrapped up in teal satin ribbon...
July 8, 2010
Janelle brought a whole new meaning to "A style of our own." This bouquet was a real treat to create. I enjoyed working together with Janelle to create this vintage meets modern couture design. An attractive combination of vitality and glamour. A combination of elements include a variety of feathers, sarracenia, and a trace of crystals for sparkle.
Photography is by Michael Lloyd.