Gia and Nate had their wedding at the Grand Island Mansion. The colors they chose were a mix of soft delicate pinks and grey. Peonies, as we all know, are the “it” flower of the season and this wedding was no exception to the rule. With over 300 pink peonies, the couple did not miss a single detail. The head table was decorated with collections of vintage milk glass and a single blossom here and there. A banner reading bride and groom adorned the front of the head table. There were definitely some new ideas at this wedding. The altar arrangements were our favorite new idea. Rather than a mix of seasonal flowers, Gia chose a full clean ball of carnations! Above, hung a crystal chandelier and pink petals sprinkled down the aisle to give color. We loved this look and we hope you all do too! Let us know what you think.
So we just made another trip to the Sac Antique Fair and picked up some new gems. What a better way to share them with you then to have a little fun with them… We decided to shoot a few of the items alone and then add some little tid bits to dress them up, and hopefully, to INSPIRE all you brides out there on the hunt for new ideas! We usually have some of our own brides in mind while shopping (this helps us from going overboard!) Our upcoming brides, Amanda, Michelle, and Kristie all have very different personal styles, but as funny as it is, we think all their props look nice together as well. Here are some photos of what we like and ideas for displays you may find to fit your own personal style. Call today to schedule an appointment for rentals at (916) 685.9233!
Okay so for this little mini shoot we used a ton of interesting ingredients. Seashells are something that we love and never get to work with. So we changed that…a ton of seashells and paper flowers were used in this look. Inspired by our own daydreams of a seaside fourth of July Holiday…east coast and upstate…fresh crab, white picket fences in the sand…these were some of the ideas that came to mind with this look. We wanted it to be easy and not too thought out. But more of a fresh sea look, we even stuck some succulents in the mix for good measure! Enjoy and have a marvelous weekend.
ABOVE: Mussels and blue hydrangea, with a touch of paper flowers and a tie of burlap. This wrist corsage is a step away from ordinary.
ABOVE: This boutonniere included some grass, paper flower, and even a shell.
ABOVE: Dusty miller softens up the crisp paper flowers and with a cool blue green hue, the succulents blend the two.