Thursday, June 9, 2011

Our New Ad in Arizona Bride Magazine

Check out our new ad for Arizona Bride Magazine! We love the way this came out and can't wait to see it in print! Special thank you to Kim McDowell with The Event Essentials for the design work and Sara Coral Photography for the wonderfully romantic photo of one of our bouquets. This will be a half page ad in the July issue hitting newsstands soon.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Vintage Charm at The Farm South Mountain

LOVED this couple and LOVED their choice of flowers, decor, and their amazing photographer Sara Coral Photography.
All white bouquet of china mums, spray roses, astilbe, hydrangea, and a bit of variegated pitt around the edges. Looks like we picked the flowers right out of the field.

Simple centerpieces consisted of mason jars, as well as an eclectic mix of other sized vases tied off with a bit of jute and filled with various white flowers and fillers. Antique vintage candy dishes were used on the tables as well for the guests to enjoy.
Loved the grooms boutonniere of simple white button poms, white astilbe, and a bit of variegated pitt.
Heavenly by the candlelight!
Nosegays for the flower girls and the flower baby! We especially loved her headband and tutu, which tied everything together perfectly. This wedding definitely belongs on Style Me Pretty!

Thank you Tiffany & Tim for being such a wonderful couple and for LOVING your flowers the way you did. We wish you both a happily...Ever After!

Monday, January 10, 2011

Garden Inspired Bouquets

Check out the bouquets we designed for the Spring/Summer 2011 issue of Arizona Bride Magazine. We were one of the three featured florists to design some delicious garden inspired bouquets. These bouquets were all made up of grasses, greenery, pods, succulents, and some fruits and veggies versus flowers. The pink and green bouquet had such ingredients as artichokes, kale, okra, and snowberries. The orange and green bouquet included clementines, brussel sprouts, chile peppers, and succulents all designed into a head of butter lettuce. We were thrilled with the outcome of our bouquets and how they still looked pretty enough for a bride to carry down the aisle, without including flowers. Although most of the items can only be found through a florist, the fruits and vegetables were all found at a local Sprouts Farmer's Market. Be sure to pick up a new Arizona Bride magazine today!
Photos by Dan Vermillion Styling by Lisa Parks Arizona Bride Magazine 2011 Spring/Summer issue