Emilia + Andrew

 We were thrilled to have the opportunity to travel to Charlottesville, VA for Emilia and Andrew's wedding! Emilia is originally from New Mexico and wanted to incorporate plenty of southwestern accents in her florals. We used cactus paddles, red and green chile peppers, and a variety of succulents to capture the spirit of the Southwest. Our favorite accent was the cactus shaped sculpture that we made out of succulents (which we may have grown overly attached to and named Winston). We had so much fun bringing New Mexico to Virginia and were thrilled with how all of the elements came together!

images provided by Megan Noonan

Hannah + Josh

     Hannah and Josh were married at the Rail Yards on Halloween, although nothing about their wedding was holiday themed. Instead, they embraced the industrial vibe of the space and wanted an urban nature aesthetic. We brought their theme to life using a variety of textured greens and pale hued floral touches to create a living wall as a ceremony backdrop. We added softness through feminine flower crowns for the bridesmaids and a lush bridal bouquet full of garden roses, dahlias, and strawflower. The combination of floral and greenery elements was a perfect compliment to the stunning vintage stained glass throughout this on-of-a-kind space.

images provided by Loren X Chris

Stephanie + Marcus

     This wedding proved to be yet another testament to the stunning beauty of Los Poblanos. The bride and groom were such a joy to work with and we delighted in creating lush arrangements for their special day. Freshly cut lavender and dahlias straight from our farm were the perfect compliment to the lush garden roses and whimsical ranunculus that we used throughout the event. We added unique elements to accent the feminine blooms, such as succulents, echinacea pods, and blushing bride protea. The result was a sophisticated collection that perfectly captured the personality of the happy couple.

images provided by K. Mari Photography