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.
I’ve seen the Grape Crusher statue many many many times while driving on the hwy either to or from Napa, CA. I never realized that it was the symbol for Meritage Resort & Spa.
Marin Art and Garden Center Have you ever been to the Marin Art and Garden Center? No? You should go visit. It’s quiet, peaceful, beautiful and relaxing. A very nice garden to enjoy the simple beauty of nature in the middle of the city.
Kunde Family Estate I’m the girl who tries to find the positive in every oops, the good in everyone I meet and the beauty in every flower I see. So when Jennifer told me in our first consultation that she liked carnations…. I knew I liked her.
If you’ve ever driven on Petaluma Hill Road from Rohnert Park to Santa Rosa, You’ve seen it! Seen what?? Crane Melon Barn! This beauty of a barn sits right along the road side.
A few weeks back I created the floral arrangements for Tandy’s Bridal Shower. She’s such a spunky girl with so much enthusiasm for life. I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the flowers for her wedding.
As one of my easiest brides to work with yet, Elly was a no fuss-low stress kinda of gal. She requested mostly orange flowers arranged in a way that would fit nicely in a country reception.
Tandy Rose is gettin’ hitched in less than 1 weeks. A couple of weekends ago her sisters threw her a beautifully decorated shabby chic vintage bridal shower. I jumped at the opportunity to make floral arrangements for the shower.
In a country that averages 1 divorce every 13 seconds* – when a couple reaches their 10 year anniversary – it’s party worthy! In this instance, the couple wanted something small and intimate.