Monday, April 25, 2016

Magnolia Hotel Wedding and Reception

Ashley and Lindsey celebrated their wedding with a ceremony and reception at Magnolia Hotel.  They kept their bouquets traditional white and ivory with their wedding party in shades of purples.  (Photos by R7 Studios)

We love when a bride LOVES her bouquet!!

First look!

Ashley and Lindsey carried white hydrangea with a mix of roses and spray roses.


The bridesmaids carried sweet mixes of lavender roses and purple stock flower.

Beautiful light in front of the windows for the ceremony at the Magnolia Hotel.

After the ceremony, the reception followed in the same room.

Best wishes to Ashley and Lindsey!  Thank you for letting us be a special part of your day!

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Winter Wedding with Anemones

This past January, we designed these wintery flowers for our bride, Brianna.  She wanted classic white and ivory with a loose and natural feel.  Here is what we came up with....... (Images by Kaitlin's Photography)

Brianna's bouquet was a mix of tulips, stock flower, roses, anemones, and draping cedar.

The bridesmaids carried a clutch of all tulips with a similar look and feel as the bridal bouquet.

We love this look for all seasons.  With a few minor changes in greenery and blooms, these bouquets could seen any time of the year.  Thanks to Brianna for trusting us with her flower vision!!

Monday, April 11, 2016

Ceremony at The Caramel Room at Bissingers

Emily and Brent shared their vows on the deck at The Caramel Room.  The November blue sky was a gorgeous background for their wedding.  They had a casual wedding style that fit both of their fun-loving personalities.  Images by Kelly Manno Photography.

Emily's bouquet was a loose mix with a wildflower feel.  It included Picasso calla lilies, blue thistle, scabiosa, spray roses, lisianthus, and lots of fine-leafed greenery.

This little sweetheart liked Emily's bouquet, too!

Everyone was so pleased that the weather cooperated for the outdoor ceremony!

The large deck at Bissinger's was perfect for this couple.

Best wishes to Emily and Brent!  It was a pleasure to be a part of your day!

Monday, March 28, 2016

Always Classic White

Classic white and ivory flowers always make their mark.  At Renata and Nick's wedding, they chose to have a very classic look for their flowers.  Renata carried a bouquet of all roses and Nick sported a simple white rose on his lapel.  This look is always classic and always in style.  Photos by Cary Klein Photography.

Renata carried an all rose mix of garden roses, traditional standard roses, and spray roses.

Best wishes to the newlyweds!  We loved being a part of your special day!

Monday, March 21, 2016

A Garden Path of Greenery inside St. Luke the Evangelist

We loved the greenery embellishments that we created for this ceremony at St. Luke the Evangelist this past fall.  Aisle decor is becoming a popular element in weddings and we love to create these soft accents for our clients.  Of course, flowers are most often used, but this romantic aisle featured mixed greenery without flowers.  (Images by Carretto Studio)

We combined three types of greenery on the pews to create lots of texture and softness.

A satin ribbon secured the greenery to each pew.

The greenery bunches lined the aisle for these cute little ladies!

The garden path created inside the church was such a romantic entrance for our bride.

Picture perfect!
Consider aisle decor for an added touch of luxury at your ceremony- inside or outside!

Monday, March 14, 2016

Blush & Ivory Are Here to Stay!

Allie and Michael were trend-setters with their wedding day color palette of blush, ivory, and gold in 2012.  Looking back at these pictures just reminds us what a timeless look this popular combination was, has become and continues to be- even for weddings into 2017!  We designed soft, romantic flowers for their autumn wedding in Colombia, MO.  Photos by Megan Thiele.

Allie's bouquet was a mix of garden roses, peonies, and dahlias in gold, ivory and blush tones.

The bridesmaids carried a clutch of all Sahara roses.

The reception was a continuation of the blush, ivory and gold tones.  Low and high centerpieces focused on very soft, romantic, garden textures.

Hanging crystals added another formal touch to the large guest table centerpieces.

Exclusive Events, Inc. added lighting, fabric draping, and hanging candles to really deck out the reception.

Josie and the team at Cosmopolitan Events were an integral part of this event and we were excited to be a part of the team of vendors.  

Blush and ivory are a very romantic combination and it's no wonder they continue to be seen in bridal publications and all over social media.