Flowers are a very important part to a wedding day. That’s just my personal opinion. So at first thought, a Flowerless Wedding sounds pretty sad to me.
Did you know I used to work in an office? It’s the truth. I worked for a landscape contractor in their accounting department. I was about 3 months shy of my 9 year work-iversary when I left to pursue my floral business full time.
I’ll admit right now that sometimes I suffer from airhead moments. Thankfully they do not happen regularly. They just occur often enough for me to have a good laugh at myself and remember to cut myself and others a good bit of slack.
I’ve been reflecting lately. It’s easy to do when you’re home sick for almost a week. (stupid winter cold!) I’ve been thinking about where I started, where I’m at now, and how I got here. A lot of hard work and determination have been involved.
When I hear the words Ramekins Wedding I instantly think of crème brûlée. This has nothing to do with weddings or flowers or event design.
When Kristin contacted me about her Jacuzzi Family Vineyards January Wedding, I was really excited. It’s always great to start the new calendar year off with a wedding or two.
If you were to poll a group of people on their feelings about Valentine’s Day, a handful would say they hate it.
All this wet weather lately has me thinking about the various weddings of 2016 that had rain. Since it’s January though, I thought I’d share photos from a Santa Rosa Golf Club Wedding from January 2016.
When you have a lot on your plate, it can be a struggle to make time for everything.
Do you prefer real or fake? How about natural or man-made? I can appreciate a great transformation, trick or even hack. However, in the context of wedding settings, my answer would have to be real and natural.