I discovered this talented florist while exploring Pinterest images for inspiration for my wedding. Remember this one?Read More
If you described this table to someone, it may sound a bit too rainbow colorful. But they did such a beautiful job! The colors are bright enough to feel festive and cheerful without being an over the top kid's birthday party. I loved the colored glassware, the soft gold lanterns, and those stunning flowers. Well done!Read More
During my first conversation with the florist, I explained that I wanted peonies as my wedding flowers. Soft colors with texture, like the bouquet above. I then learned that both peonies and aneomes were out of season in October....so I needed to go back to the drawing board. This ended up being a blessing as I love what we ended up with! (Lesson-check out garden roses if you love peonies).
Below is some peony inspiration if they're in season for you.
Peony season is of course Spring. April, May, and June.
How beautiful is this bouquet? I love the soft texture and soft pink color. I pinned this image on Pinterest so many times during wedding planning. Gorgeous!
Wondering what the rest of the flowers looked like at this wedding? See below.
How pretty is this wedding invitation? So soft old fashioned and subtle. Gorgeous!Read More
How nice are these hanging single flowers? So girly and romantic. What a whimsical backdrop for a wedding.
This is another example of hanging florals, referenced in an earlier blog post. I think this trend is here to stay!
Don't panic-everything is actually great. But don't you love the cheerfulness of this cake? Lighthearted and playful.
Alana Jones-Mann is an extremely creative cake maker in LA.Read More
What do you think of these effortless cascading wedding flowers? Different from the typical traditional round bouquet. I love how it has a casualRead More
Well, we can't talk about Marchesa gowns without mentioning Marchesa bridal. You can probably tell from the images yesterday, that they will make some jaw dropping wedding dresses.Read More
How amazing is this lovely lacey wedding place setting? I love the color-soft peach/pink rose that has a neutral feminine feel. I love the texture of the laceRead More
What is an Old European Cut diamond? It's actually an official cut of diamond that they don't make anymore. If you see an Old European Cut diamond, it is vintage.Read More
How lovely are these blooms? What a perfect way to greet your wedding friends as they sign the guest book. I love the colors, textureRead More
How much did you love your wedding flowers? How much time did you spend choosing them? How much did you love your wedding day? Are you preserving your wedding gown? What about your flowers?Read More
You've probably heard of Erika Winters. She fits in well with the aesthetic of my SF jeweler, Eric Trabert, because she also has an appreciation for things from another time. She uses antique cut diamonds and is listed in The Jewelry Editor as one of the 5 antique-style engagement ring designers you need to know.Read More
Don't you love these flowers romantically draped over the stairs? If you have stairs at your wedding venue, this would be a look to emulate! I love how they feel loose & organic-not perfectly symmetrical.Read More
How magical is this setting? What an amazing rehearsal dinner in the redwoods. Thanks to Jose Villa for sharing the photo. Think outside the box for wedding locations!Read More
How cute is this photo of this couple in front of their home? This would be an adorable "we're engaged" or "save the date." Also could work for a "we've moved" card.Read More