Thursday, January 22, 2015

Tips from Saint Louis Limo

Jamie Watson from Saint Louis Limo has some great tips on their website for brides in the planning stages of their wedding.  Check out thier company and their ideas on their website:

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Renaissance Grand Ceremony and Statler Ballroom Reception

Goldie and Mark were married late in November at the Renaissance Grand Hotel.  They celebrated with their family and friends in the Statler Ballroom following their vows.  Here are some images from Sal Cincotta of their soft, vintage flowers.

Goldie wanted a vintage look with soft colors to include peach, champagne, pale blue, and blush pink.

Goldie's bouquet included hydrangea, roses, cremone dahlias, spray roses, and limonium.

The maids carried textured mixes of larkspur, limonium, and roses.

The ceremony room used elements from the reception to give the guests a hint of what was yet to come.

A mixture of high and low centerpieces decorated the Statler Room.

 The tall centerpieces showcased a garden style with larkspur, curly willow branches, white hydrangea, and draping seeded eucalyptus.      

The low flowers were large mounds of lush, blue hydrangea.

Best wishes to Goldie and Marc!  It was a pleasure working with you!!!!

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

September Missouri Botanical Garden Wedding

Nicole and Mike enjoyed a gorgeous day for their outdoor Missouri Botanical Garden wedding.  Here are some awesome images from Mirage Photo.

Nicole's bouquet was a mix of simply awesome garden roses, ranunculus, dahlias, lisianthus, and dusty miller.

The bridesmaids carried a mix of dahlias, stock, and waxflower with draping seeded eucalyptus.

A perfect day for a wedding in the Japanese Garden!

These rustic boxes filled with wedding flowers were placed on the guest tables at the Schlafly Tap Room reception.

 Best wishes to the bride and groom!  Thanks for making us part of your special day!

Monday, December 8, 2014

Autumn Wedding and Reception at Mount Pleasant Winery

Angela and Jonathan had a simply beautiful wedding at Mount Pleasant Winery.  They had many personal touches throughout the day.  Images by Stephen Seebeck Photography.

Angela's bouquet featured Juliet garden roses, dahlias, lisianthus, astilbe, and silver dusty miller around the edge.

Flower garlands in blush and ivory were used with the fabric draping for the ceremony.

Angela's lanterns were used at the entrance to the ceremony patio.

We embellished the lanterns with willow branches and fresh blooms.

Another personal touch was the family's containers.  All the different mercury pieces were collected by Angela and Michael's families and used on the guest tables.  We added similar flower blooms in the same colors to all the containers to give one consistent look.


Tall and short flower pieces gave each table interest and added some height throughout the room.

Many thanks to Angela and Michael for having us be a small part of their day!

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Ceremony and Reception at Peabody Opera House

Emily and Will enjoyed a beautiful wedding with family and friends at the Peabody Opera House.  They were married in the lobby and celebrated upstairs.  Their look was very timeless and classic, choosing white and ivory flowers for each part of their day.  Images by Jon Koch Photography.

Emily's bouquet was a mush mix of hydrangea, peonies, and spray roses.

The bride and her sister.
The maids carried a bouquet similar in texture to Emily's, minus the peonies.

He's going to make a great husband!

These tall pieces flanked the bride and groom at the ceremony.  Watch for them at the reception later!

The bridal party entered on the candlelit steps.

Candles also lined the aisle.

The two tall ceremony pieces joined their mates at the reception on guest tables.

A mix of high and low centerpieces carried through Emily and Will's classic, formal look.

Best wishes to Emily and Will!  It was a pleasure working with you and your families!