Classy in the Country!

A sunny May day with lush green trees and smiling faces was the ideal back drop for Shannon and Braden's Wedding Day.  The picture perfect County Line Orchard gave us plenty of rustic inspiration from the bohemian floral head wreaths  and ceremony arbor flowers to the wooden box vases for the centerpieces. The reception took place in their restored apple barn with floor to ceiling wooden planks and majestic hanging chandeliers- so pretty!

Couple of Dudes Photography captured each detail beautifully.  Shannon's bouquet defined Spring with peach, coral, orange and pink blooms featuring peonies, roses, ranunculus, anemones and more.  The Flowers girls wore crowns of clustered roses and ranunculus in bold pinks surrounded by greenery.  One of our favorite touches was the ceremony arbor made of apple tree wood.  We decorated it with lush green eucalyptus garlands and tons of fresh peonies, roses and other spring floral.  

This wedding was one classy shin-dig!  Thank you for letting us be part of it! 

One more thank you to their wedding planner Taia Alvarado from White Willow Events.  She made everything run so smoothly!

White Blooms of May

A white flower can  symbolize many things including purity, honesty, perfection and elegance. Which is why Gracie and David surrounded themselves with white blooms on their May 9th wedding.  

Gracie's bridal bouquet featured roses, peonies and ranunculus tamed only by white satin ribbon.  It's rounded yet slightly wild look was kept grounded by pops of greenery. While David's boutonniere held textured pods and leaves with a single white ranunculus seemingly hovering above.  

A Chuppah comprised of Birch poles with large clusters of roses and hydrangea spilling from the front corners framed the couple during ceremony.  Continuing into the reception, the floral tied in beautifully as puffy clouds settling on each table throughout the venue: Floating World Gallery.  Clusters of peonies, ranunculus, roses and hydrangea overflowed clear cubed vases giving the illusion that the flowers were indeed floating.  

Big thank you to Cage and Aquarium for capturing these details most beautifully! 

Bold Blossoms take over at Sepia!

Spring flowers made for an overflow of color, texture and scent for Lynette and Michael at Sepia Restaurant this past May.  We have recently received some beautiful photographs courtesy of Rick Aguilar Studios (Big Thank You)! 

Lynette carried a natural shape of elegant floral featuring seasonal hot pink, coral, and peach blooms of peonies, garden roses (my favorite), hydrangea and lilacs.  It was a bouquet modeled to compliment the season.  

Gold fluted vases were filled with bold arrangements following the same color schemes. Spray roses and hydrangea created the perfect amount of pop to each of the tables.  

Many Thanks to Rick Aguilar Studios for capturing the day beautifully and Andrea with Sepia Chicago for allowing us to add this amazing venue to our list of those we enjoy working with.