December 11th, 2013
October 23rd, 2013
We’re a sucker for a man in a uniform; place him next to his glowing bride and bring on the tissues! Sarah and Dana’s fall 2012 wedding was one of timeless elegance and crisp, white details. The bride’s vision of a clean, sleek look was complementary to the couple themselves (literally, just look at them). Sarah’s round bouquet was bursting with a variety of roses and white ranunculus, as her bridesmaids carried white callas. The bride’s vision for ‘sleek’ was exemplified in the monochromatic white floral designs at her reception at the Country Club of Landfall. Understanding Sarah’s vision, and adding a touch of modern, we had a blast showcasing some of our most beloved flowers in glass vases to keep the room open and the look crisp. What was out favorite detail? Allowing each stunning, sophisticated flower to stand alone on display. This design detail allowed all the other design elements to ‘pop’ per say; just look at those chevron menu cards and those orchids…Simply Divine.
DESIGNER’S TIP: There’s nothing bland about white. Sarah’s wedding is a true example of creating a design to match the ‘feel’ of the party. We were able to keep the room airy and sleek by designing a monochromatic look and using varying glass vases for guests to see through. Her generous eye for detail (shown in the chargers, etc.) allowed her monochromatic vision to be a timeless showstopper. Essentially, we love a good design adjective.
VENDOR ACCOLADES: Photography: Millie Holloman Photography, Reception: Country Club of Landfall
April 18th, 2013
August 9th, 2011
Classic never goes out of style. N-e-v-e-r. Especially when a beautiful bride chooses an assortment of lush, fragrant white peonies, ranunculus and freesia, all accented delicately with a touch of green and bit of blue. Our lovely bride, Sarah, wanted a traditional, classic design to complement the couple’s style and the timeless appeal of the Landfall Country Club. The bridesmaids’ delicate blue dresses were a great inspiration for a romantic design of garden fresh, bountiful blossoms. Voluminous peonies were the perfect flower for this enchanting wedding. Sarah’s classic style was representative across the (party) board, from her beautiful dress and pearls to that jaw dropping china blue cake. This summer wedding was simply delightful. What did we notice most? The church doors and that elegant cake of course. You know we’re all about the details, and dressing the doors in classic, lush hydrangea wreaths was the best “Welcome” around. And that cake, where do we begin? Tall, china blue, scrolled filigree…stupendous! TALENTED VENDOR ACCOLADES: Photography: KMI Photography, Venue:Landfall Country Club
Kenan Chapel – April 16, 2011
We are not sure if it was love at first sight for this couple, but it certainly was love at first meeting for designer and client! Megan and her mother came to us with great taste and some fabulous ideas for those tiny little details. The bride’s rose bouquet was accented with gardenia, a flower special to the family, and tied together with a small piece of lace from her mother’s wedding dress. This platinum wedding with it’s family inspired elements made it a wedding for all to remember. The super-sweet couple tied the knot at Kenan Chapel, and later celebrated their nuptials with family and friends at the Nicholas Club House in the Country Club of Landfall.
Congrats to Megan and George!
Special thanks to KMI Photography, Nye’s Cream Sandwiches, Party Suppliers, Kenan Chapel, Marshall at Landfall for the beautiful cake, and the Country Club of Landfall.