Autumn Elegance -Oak Hill Country Club

February 6th, 2016

Amy & Adam  October 3, 2015

A favorite color palette of last year consisted of tones of burgundy, champagnes, & golds. This elegant fall wedding at Oak Hill Country Club absolutely captured the sentiment of the season.


The bouquets were loose & textural with dramatic pops of burgundy against softer tones of whites, champagnes, & gray greens. They included dahlias, roses, hydrangea, brunia berries, eucalyptus, & touches of gilded olive. We added fiddle fern into Amy’s bouquet for an added pop of color which also complimented Adam’s boutonniere.

The stately ballroom was a perfect backdrop for the elegant guest table pieces. Coordinating  draping florals sat on top of tall pedestal vases filled with gold angel hair wire. This delicate wire gave them a beautiful shimmering effect in the chandelier & candlelit room.

Thank you to Rachel Liz Photography for these gorgeous images!

Urban Style -Max of Eastman Place

February 1st, 2016

Carly & Ted  August 8, 2015

If you had to describe this wedding in one word it would be: FUN! Thoughtful details were brought in to complement this couple’s freestyle personalities, especially with their flowers! The ceremony took place “in the round” in the courtyard of Max of Eastman Place.

Carly carried a romantic, classic white bouquet of dahlias, hydrangeas, & roses.

 The color palette of vibrant oranges, bold yellows, & soft gray greens popped against the bridesmaids navy dresses. Flowers like zinnia, dahlia, pin cushion protea, & succulents made up the textural mix. 

After the ceremony, our bride even traded her veil for a colorful boho head wreath of spray roses, craspedia, olive, & seeded eucalyptus.

How can you not love these guys!!!

Ted and Carly (236)

The head table & guest tables consisted of an eclectic mix of arrangements on tall pedestals & single blooms in modern bud vases. The colors drew your eye down the center of the tables & looked beyond dramatic against the navy linens.

Ted and Carly (452)Thank you to Lisa Murley, of Limedrop Events, for pulling all these wonderful details together, and thank you to Paul Mattison of North 40 Photography for these amazingly gorgeous images!