I was so excited when Ciara asked me to do her bridal bouquet because we knew each other from years earlier at BYU. Ciara got married in Arizona but had her bridals done in Utah so I was excited to be a part of her exciting time. Photos by Rachel Lark Photography. See more photos on her Blog.
Ciara had me look at her pinterest to determine what she likes and asked me to customize her arrangement to the style she liked. Based on the pictures she pinned, I knew Ciara had to have stock in her arrangement. The colors were very fresh and springy and I loved the idea of combining different colors of stock in one arrangement. The peach colored garden rose was the perfect thing to combine the tall stalk into a condensed arrangement. 
It's been a fun spring working with such talented photographers and creating beauty this time of year.  One of the favorite themes this spring is the floral crown. Whether you're going for a simple and natural look or a large and glamorous style we can match your floral needs and customized ideas. 

The first headpiece shoot was done with Lora Grady Photography using the coral roses and delicate cream ranunculus to build a large and vibrant focal point with a soft balance of whimsical color and style.

This styled shoot was featured on Bridal Musings wedding blog. Click here to see the blog post.

This was a Valentine's Day proposal done on the rooftop of a parking garage in Provo, UT. The whole idea was simply whimsical. The pink set up with cake, macaroons, and the final touch of flowers is enough to make any girl's heart melt. Photography by Amber Lynn Photography.
Kirsten had a lovely touch of brightness for December. She was very easy to work with and was open to lots of ideas. Kirsten's arrangements included pink garden roses, cream football mums,  standard pink roses,  green hypernicum berries, light pink carnations, and light pink spray roses. We found some very unique plum colored accessories to add to the arrangements. We pulled in the gorgeous turquoise with the ribbon. Kirsten had several beautiful bridesmaids and used boutonnieres for all the men. Kirsten also wanted floral cake design with similar flowers. 
Photography by  Chelsy Ann Photograpy  

I immediately fell in love with Courtney's wedding ideas when we started planning. Courtney loved the grays and creams and wanted to keep the colors very soft and feminine. We did some hanging mason jar arrangements for the ceremony and several other table arrangements along with the bouquet. 

Courtney's bouquet included white football mums, pale pink carnations and spray roses, Juliet garden roses, dusty miller leaves, and gray brunia berries. 




I was thrilled when I met Jessi and found out about her plans for a grey and yellow wedding. There are so many gorgeous yellow flowers! We had so many options to choose from. Jessi knew that she wanted yellow ranunculus. Luckily, we were able to get lots of ranunculus even though it is not the best season for them. Jessi had a picture of exactly what she wanted her bouquet to look like, so we pulled the exact flowers from the picture to create exactly what she wanted. I must admit I was just melting over every arrangement. These flowers turned out STUNNING!

The flowers used in Jessi's bouquet include: yellow ranunculus, white garden rose, grey dusty miller leaves, yellow poms,
Bridesmaids bouquets had a touch of white stock, dusty miller, yellow football mums, and yellow spray roses.
The throw bouquet included white football mums, dusty miller, yellow ranunculus, yellow spray roses, and white garden roses.
Photos courtesy of Lora Grady Photography
Shelby was so fun to work with. She LOVES flowers, so we got along great. She wanted a smaller but very elegant bouquet. Originally, we talked about doing a bouquet with purples only. Shelby knew she definitely wanted calla lilies, but as we discussed different options we both liked the idea of a white contrast in the bouquet. The flower choices for this bouquet are:  Mini Calla Lilies, Premium purple Hydrangea, Israeli Ruscus leaves, and white pixie mini-carnations.
Photos courtesy of Lora Grady Photography
Where do I even begin.... This bouquet was incredible. Heather Ellis invited a floral contribution to one of her photo shoots and she basically gave me free reign. For weeks previous I had been throwing around ideas of a really funky bouquet with lots of berries, shapes, textures and colors. I was looking for an opportunity to create an arrangement like this so I jumped at the chance.

This bouquet will take several views to pick apart all the different components. Easy to notice here is the blue hydrangea, and the orange colored Dahlia. Throughout the bouquet are small Dahlia buds that had not fully bloomed. They gave an extra dimension to the bouquet and it's texture. The pink flowers in this arrangement are Alstromeria with an almost zebra like stripe.

I can't forget one of my favorite pieces of this arrangement, the green almost rubber-like  succulent surrounded by many natural berries.
Pictured here, you can see the brain like plant called Coxscomb (celosia) with a furry texture colored pink with yellow edges. The pods are from  dried poppies, and don't forget the sunflowers.
Another collaboration with the fabulous Lora Grady. This classic french tea party set up was absolutely jaw dropping. Contrasting the dark raw wood table with very elegant glass and lace brought out a very soft, yet natural feel.

The flowers in this shoot also contrasted similarly. The very elegant and smooth textured flowers were accompanied by more wild and branching foliage. The flowers used in this shoot were: Premium "Ballet" roses, Pink carnations, white, pink, and light lavender stock, and white football mums in the larger arrangements. The arrangements were contrasted with natural foliage from trees.

This enchanted secluded getaway in the forest made for the perfect tea party brunch for the bride and groom.
The raw wood brought out absolutely stunning contrasts of color and lightness in the arrangements as well as the surrounding lace and glassware. 
Michelle's burlap and lace wedding called for an airy and foliage filled bouquet. Michelle wanted lots of greenery in her flowers with a pop of pale pink and white. I had an especially fun time wrapping the boutonnieres with twine and searching out the perfect broach to top off the lace wrap on the bridal bouquet. The arrangements for Michelle's wedding included the following flowers: cream spray rose, Gypsophilia (babies breath), dusty miller (grey leaves), spirea (green leafy foliage with tiny white flowers), seeded Eucalyptus (brown and green seed like stems), and pale pink stock.
Photos courtesy of Lora Grady Photography