Rustic Romance

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Hi Guys!

This past week we had three different weddings. With all different looks going on, it was hard to only choose one to post today. We had one that was a more fall color combination in the morning time at Grand Island Mansion, One that was tall full centerpieces of white hydrangeas and green apples at Lake Natoma Inn and this one shared in the post was a gorgeous rustic romantic look. We were so fortunate to snap up the last of the Ranunculus and white Anemones! This wedding was held  at a private home up in the Folsom area.

Hope you enjoy the snapshots from this event and we will post up the rest of the photos from our other two events shortly!

Have a fabulous Monday everyone.

xo

chels

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Some fun boutonnières. Our Bride wanted them to be a nice mix match of all her favorite blooms, this is a fun alternative to all matchy matchy personal flowers.
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Blushing Bride, yellow Billy Balls, Lamb’s ear and some tiny succulents displayed on top of our vintage Kraft cheese box!

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We were gushing over these Anemones!

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Making corsages!
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Karey & Kirk at the Grand Island Mansion

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Hi Guys!

Hope everyone is alive after that crazy heat wave we just had. I know we had quite the time delivering weddings in the scorching sun! Thank god for ice packs and TONS of spray bottle action!!

Karey and Kirk were one of the lucky coulpes to say their I dos during the triple digit heat and we couldn’t be more excited to show off some new looks. The couple’s colors were dark purple and grey and they LOVED succulents! We incorporated lots of moss, curly willow, berries, and fern with pops of purple hues and sprinklings of other accents colors.

Here are some of the fun pieces from their special day, and we hope these tide you over until the professional photographers come in!

Enjoy

xo

chels

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We had to put the little gnome in these centerpieces for a fun picture… we kept joking all week that we created a tiny fern village!

 

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The lovely bride’s bouquet!

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The Flower Girl’s moss basket was so much fun to create! It was a first for us to design and went over so well with guests and bridal party alike.

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Karey and Kirk used all three of the indoor rooms at the Mansion, so these smaller pieces were used in the creme room for smaller more intimate tables.

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The Maid of Honor and her fun colored succulent! We were really a fan of the organic combination up against the sparkle of her dress.

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…another angle of the Maid of Honor’s bouquet!

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The rest of Karey’s girls had similar bouquets, but were up against a solid dark purple hue.

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The Flower Girl’s basket

 

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The couple rented one of our vintage luggage pieces for their cards to be placed in at the reception.

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The Bride is all smiles today!

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Lovely lace…

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The Bride’s bouquet was hand wrapped with vintage lace from her mother and Kirk’s mother’s wedding dress! What a cool idea. One of the scrap pieces we received from them was a part of a sleeve…somehow we made the buttons align and run down the back of her bouquet…STUNNING!

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Dahlias, tiny purple Orchids, Scabiosa, Polo Roses, Succulents, Seeded Eucalyptus and purple Anemones were all used in the Bride’s bouquet. Lovely.

Angel and Ian at Grand Island Mansion

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Hi All!

Okay, so another crazy weekend has gone by and another blog is up for sharing and hopefully some ooing and ahhing:) Angel and Ian actually got married almost a month ago now (phewww that was a fast month!)

Angel wanted to go for a super feminine look with ruffly pinks and creamy whites. We had a ton of peonies and soft pink garden roses in the kitchen of the flower shop for this wedding… it was so stinkin’ pretty!

Here are some of the photos of what we did, hope you all enjoy them!

xo

chels

 

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oodles and oodles of pink Peonies in the fountain in the Italian Gardens!

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Large balls of hydrangeas and roses topped clear tall glass with drippings of antique crystals rowed the long king’s tables.

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At the bottom of the tall arrangements were clusters of glimmering votive candles and smaller bouquets of solid white Hydrangeas.

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The head table was decorated with stems of pink mercury filled with Dusty Miller, Peonies, Roses and Hydrangeas to be slightly different from the guests’ tables.

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GORGEOUS GORGEOUS linens:) Some people don’t always realize that linen can MAKE the decor at your wedding if done right! We love it.

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Ugh… I LOVE this lighting. It was such a romantic evening. Even after the tripple digit weather during the hectic set up… things were perfect once the sun began to set.

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We always recommend using your altar pieces again at your reception… don’t let those beauties go to waste!

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