You’ve picked the date, you’ve got your venue and now it’s time to have a gathering with your nearest and dearest! Florals are one of the elements that can really help bring the vision of your wedding to life with the romance, drama and beauty they bring to the party. Each wedding is created custom to fit the needs of each couple.
Zane and yela
This wedding is near and dear to my heart, as Zane is my brother. I had the honor of doing the florals for their fun bohemian August wedding. Yela, my new sister, even let me make her a floral belt!
Justin and bergen
Ever wonder what a florist does for her own wedding? This is an intimate sneak peek into my own wedding florals, including my “love nest”. I utilized dried flowers and plants in my designs to make it easier to do ahead of time. A Sunday picnic in the park to remember!
Miles and Renate
The personality of this wedding is amazing! It’s got a bit of goth glam with Renate’s Rue De Seine gown drama complete with moody deep florals. They said their vows at Karma vineyard over looking Lake Chelan.
joe and michelle
These two came all the way from Texas to have an intimate small wedding on the Peninsula. They had their nearest and dearest join in the celebration. With a focus on deep fall colors and textures like succulents this little wedding won’t disappoint!
brandon and madison
A small intimate wedding at Beau Lodge, in Bow Washington. Textural bouquets and flower crowns for all the bridesmaids make this November wedding bright and lush and set apart from the moody PNW colors.
braden and noelle
What was a field surrounded by a forrest, turned into an etherial wedding for Braden and Noelle. Noelle requested wildflower and garden look so her designs were full of herbs and wildflowers. Their wedding arch is one of my favorite to date.