One of my favorite places to do wedding flowers in Orange County is the Summit House in Fullerton. I love the versatility of the room and think it is a great background for any style.
This cute, happy, sunshiny, joyful wedding was designed by Jenni and it is just so her style. From the cute little buttons on the bouquets to the raffia to the adorable combo of both on the vases as they adorn the sweetheart table waiting for the bouquets to do double decor duty.
After the ceremony the little vases in the metal holders hanging from the shepards hooks down the aisle were also relocated to the sweetheart table. There were 18 tables at the wedding each with 3 bouquets for the centerpieces. At the end of the evening almost 60 guests got a fresh bouquet tied with recyclable raffia to take home with them and we picked up the vases to re-use for the future. Jenni was excited that the double use here was both money saving and environmentally friendly.
I am waiting for the professional pics from Brandon Kidd but am so excited about this wedding I just had to post something.
Hello blog world Flower Allie is back! I have really missed blogging and am looking forward to sharing lots of the great weddings that I do and also a lot of the great ideas I see out there.
I chose Carina's wedding as my first post because it was one of the weddings I looked most forward to this year. All of the containers were purchased from Jamali Garden. Love Jamali Garden and love the price of this Mercury Glass. Other than the fact that you couldn't put water in them or the mercury would peal off the inside they were great. We solved this problem by cutting many different size paper cups to fit down in and hold the water.
Now I will admit that I am a little over roses but Carina chose a such a unique combo of spray, garden and Equadorian roses in pinks, salmons and corals and it made me fall in love with roses in a whole new way. And I also have to admit that roses and the teatro at RLL go together wonderfully.