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.
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.
Olympias Valley Estate I’m happy to announce that the first few weddings of 2015 are under my belt. There always seems to be a nice relaxing break during the winter months. I get to slow my pace down a little bit.