Ellen + Chris

     With Wes Anderson's "Moonrise Kingdom" as your inspiration, where could you go wrong? This wedding was a pure delight to work on for our team, as we were able to style and stage individualized vignette centerpieces, full of funky thrifted finds! We used a wide variety of unique blooms throughout, such as king protea, banksia, and celosia. The bridesmaid's bouquets each had a different monochromatic color palette, while the groomsmen's boutonnieres had vintage keys tied to them. From the ceremony to the reception, this was one of the most personality-infused wedding's we've done, and it was a pure delight to be a part of! 

images provided by Loren & Chris

Sarah Beth + Ben

     Sarah Beth and Ben's wedding was a highlight of our summer season! The combination of event design by Amy of For the Love Events, the stunning grounds of Los Poblanos, and the bride's sophisticated pink and blue palette made for a truly stunning outcome. The floral accents were grounded in pecan greens fresh off of our farm, and accented by fluffy pink peonies, parrot tulips, and blue thistle. Greenery garland was the perfect accent to the long dinner tables, as well as a unique ceremony decor element on the backs of the chairs. We loved creating the ceremony backdrop using pink bougainvillea potted in cobalt pots, and the way it popped against the lush grounds. But what we enjoyed the most was the love and warmth that encompassed the entire day. You could feel the joy from everyone involved in this wedding, from guests to vendors, and how truly happy they were to celebrate the love of Sarah Beth and Ben. For more images, visit Matt and Tish's blog post about this day.

images provided by Matt and Tish

Anna + Alex

     Brides who give us artistic freedom in their bouquet are such a joy to create for! Uncommon textures and a colorful palette offer so much visual interest and the result is always something unique and desert feeling. For Anna's bouquet, we drew inspiration from the desert landscape and sunsetting sky, foraging local greens and pods to combine with more feminine tree peonies and ranunculus. 

images provided by The Livelys