Sunday, November 13, 2011


Pinterest is killing me with gorgeous images of bouquets that make me Swoon. Loving this one.

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Friday, September 16, 2011

{Styled Shoot}

I recently designed a simple, summery bouquet made of garden zinnias for a local competition. Dana, for Spokane Bride Blog hosted a competition for local florists to create a bargain bouquet. I'm so happy to announce that I won! Seriously, I'm beyond thrilled for this honor! Thanks so much to everyone who voted.

Be sure to check out Dana's wonderful blog for local inspiration for your wedding!

Saturday, June 4, 2011

{Whidbey Wedding}

I just got back from a dreamy wedding on Whidbey Island with some very dear friends. Here's a little peak on my work while I was there. Aren't you in love with the color palette?

Thursday, January 13, 2011

{Lush Color}

As if I wasn't longing for Spring enough already, this just made me die! This color palette is astounding and breathtaking. Who's ready for Spring?

This stunning bouquet made by Amy Osaba and photographed by W. Scott Chester found via Green wedding shoes.

Monday, December 20, 2010

{Winter Inspiration Shoot}

Hello Darlings! I'm so happy to finally show you our dreamy winter shoot! We wanted a twist on a winter color pallet. We chose shimmery gold, silver and copper tones and mixed it with rustic accents of twine and burlap. And of course we sneaked in a doily or two!

This was all possible because of Easy Dreamer Photography, Carousel Vintage Clothing, Artistic Expressions, and our lovely model, Teresa. These gals are amazing!

Now, let's talk flowers! Or in this instance, lack of flowers. I wanted to do something unique and more my style. For this shoot I wanted to show something that is untraditional in concept, but not too over the top for most brides.

For the bouquet and boutonniere, I used seasonal greenery (Pine, Cedar and Huck). For greens I also added an artificial mossy fern. I used plenty of artificial berries and leaves that were coated in glitter! For accents I used tall pheasant feathers and fluffy plumes of cream feathers, as well. The bouquet and boutonniere were tied with twine for a rustic touch to help balance out all that glitter from everything else!


Friday, November 26, 2010


I know most of us are familiar (probably too much, so) with EmersonMade. If you are not, you're in for a real treat. EmersonMade is a lovely little company that hand creates unique fabric flowers to wear. Let me tell you. They. Are. Amazing. I have a little cluster of them from one of their clutches. I wear them all the time!

I love the idea of using fabric flowers for weddings, or any other type of non-perishable flower. I love that you can keep them forever and always remember your wedding day. This red Poppy from EmersonMade is a classic.