Country chic themed wedding at Clos La Chance. We featured sunflowers, daisies, wheat, garden roses, Queen Anne’s Lace and tree of heaven.Read More »
Tony and Laura at Testarossa Winery in the beautiful Los Gatos Hills. Laura wanted a casual and fun celebration for her friends, family and husband. All we had to do was create flowers and table displays to match her vision.Read More »
Soft loose floral arrangements in watercolor tints and tones are ubiquitous thanks to blogs such as Style Me Pretty and photo sites like Pinterest and Tumblr. These sites provide brides with a quick and simple way to research and plan the look and feel of their wedding. If you are interested in the current trends, then look no further because the internet is likely the most current source. When our brides approach with similar visions, we find the reason is often due to a shared source of inspiration.
These three separate weddings have very similar styling. The first was simple cafe bistro look, the second placed an emphasis on a hand-crafted and nostalgic family affair, while the third was vintage inspired with baby’s breath bundles. It could be said that all three weddings are very much in keeping with the current trend. I enjoy the different directions an idea such as “naturally romantic” can take when a different bride places her personal touches.
The popular trend in weddings at the moment includes a touch of something personal from the bride and groom. Did they love to ride bikes or read together? Include a token, object or photo as a reminder of all the similarities and also differences between the couple.
We love well crafted items or ideas. Our bride Christine had the idea of baby’s breath here, there and every where. We made sure we did our part to make the wedding a success.
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