This wedding was a dream boat. Early fall weather, the canyons, all the orange tones. Lindy and Hunter are a dream come true. We used a lot of new flowers this go round like, strawflower, grasses, cotinus (smoke bush) and also used a whole bunch of classic loves of mine, coffee break rose, golden mustard rose and majolika spray.
Lindy wanted the whole day to be southwestern and moody, something that she pulled off really well with her cow skin rug, macarame wedding arch design and color scheme. I’ll be remembering this one forever!
Wild South Texas Wedding with all the organic and natural feels. The bride was just as wild and as beautiful as the flowers. She requested purple, but with fall colors too. That’s just what we did. Rachel was our first bride, married before even we were. She and Garrett were a match made in heaven. During their vows it rained and the sun broke through for their kiss, it was beautiful. Rachel’s heart is huge and she opened it up to us so willingly, allowing us to start this little business off with a whole lot of grace and patience. The day was amazing. We created bridesmaids bouquets, bridal bouquet, a floral arch and all the sweet greenery centerpieces.
It was the best way to start this little business of ours. We are so thankful to her and her family for their hearts of service and kindness.
Desert shoot with southwest tones and the cutest rebel couple ever. We traveled to Marfa on a whim with Heidi, her husband Garrett and our rockstar couple, Selena and Evan. It was a 10 hour trip for our flowers in a tiny Honda Accord, but we made it work and then Selena worked-it so this shoot was killer.
Marfa is a place that everyone should go at least once. It’s a little weird but incredibly intriguing and with a gorgeous landscape. The desert colored tulips, ranunculus, sweet peas and roses matched perfectly with hiking and waffles and sand.
This was my first time selling pieces to the public, rather than doing just wedding and event florals. It was hot pink, blush & ivory and the most fun ever! Blessing women through their loves was such a fulfilling moment. I love, love!
This green and dreamy wedding in Lampasas at Hidden River Ranch was one for the books. Kirsten and Andrew are a dream boat couple!
Peach, burgundy blush and cream florals were such a fun combination.
White, blush and purple tones for a beautiful, intimate wedding. This was our first wedding local to the Bryan College Station area and it was such fun! Jessica looked liked an absolute princess for the day and it was such a pleasure to design for her.
Dakota built the arbor that stood over their ceremony. It was a beautiful beautiful day. The flowers glowed like Jessica.