Friday, October 24, 2014

Abigail & Bo Las Vegas Wedding

My baby brother married a girl we totally love last year.  She was a super relaxed bride and let me mostly pick the flowers.  My brother, on the other hand, was sending everyone color swatches and examples of what we should wear that day.  They made my little girls' dreams come true
by being little flower girls. 


Her flowers were roses, stock, dahlia, hypericum, tulips, delphinium, seeded euc, and dusty miller
The happy couple


Flower Girls

And my crazy family!!!

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Alexis' Salt Lake City Wedding

Alexis got married last September in the Salt Lake Temple.  She chose simple flowers with mixed shades of hot pink roses and pearl-centered stephanotis.  Her reception was at the Devereaux Mansion in downtown SLC.  That evening was no joke the craziest windstorm I have ever seen in my life!  As I was leaving the reception center half her tables on the outside patio flipped over.  It was actually kind of scary.  I'm so glad she got a few good pictures before the crazy weather.  I was sick for her!!  Rain would have been better than that wind! Downtown was just black outside.  She had such a great attitude about everything though.  Very happy bride!

Monday, June 2, 2014

Alexis' Bridals

Alexis took her bridals at Memory Grove in Salt Lake City.  Her wedding was fun to do because her bridal bouquet was completely different than the one she choose for her wedding day so I got to play with different flowers.  This was stargazer lilies and calla lilies.  

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Amy's Salt Lake City Wedding

Amy picked really beautiful flowers! We used hydrangea, calla lily, spray rose, and lisianthus.  We were hoping for some white ranunculus (probably my very favorite flower), but I just couldn't find them anywhere!! However, they are still quite lovely.  I LOVED doing this bouquet!


Friday, October 25, 2013

Floral Art

Guess what these flowers are made from?

Hair!!  Yes, hair!  The pioneers used to make beautiful artwork out of hair! 
 Kind of CRAZY! Kind of gross!

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Groom's Side

 I think this was the first wedding that I did flowers solely for the groom's side.  The groom was my husband's neighbor so I was happy to help.  The rehearsal dinner  was the night before the wedding at the Joseph Smith Memorial building.  The Groom's mother wanted a row of simple arrangements for the head table.
 Hydrangea and roses

 They also asked me to do 7 head wreaths for the reception at the Grand America.  So much wiring!  But these girls looked cute.