Soooo…. one of our FAVORITE vendors (Dogwood Party Rentals) has this daughter. Her name is Laura. She is awesome. She was an even more awesome bride. Here are some sneak peeks of her wedding at the Historic (and rumored to be Haunted) Sutter Club in Sacramento. We installed the most amazing staircase piece and we can’t wait to get the photos from the photographer! Until then… this is all we got!
We are SO excited to have received these amazing teasers from Kara Stewart Photography! Amanda was such a joy to work with, super easy going and with fabulous taste we might add! She decided to go with soft neutrals to help create a soft romantic feel for her and groom Peter’s big day. Being at the Grand Island Mansion is always a pleasure, it’s like our second home there, and we love all of their delightful staff. Here at Jackie’s we feel that joining your overall feel and the style of your venue is vital to having a seamless ambiance. Romantic and the mansion go beautifully hand in hand here!
Looking forward to share more photos of this lovely day in the near future, for now, enjoy the scroll!
As we all re-adjust our clocks and the sun starts to shine, we can’t help but be elated over the comings of spring-time! (whoa didn’t mean to rhyme there!)
Anyways, our windows are open and the birds are singing as we do paperwork and arrange kick-off plans for our upcoming brides. It’s inching closer and closer to April and the start of our events are nearing closer and closer. Ahhhhhh SO EXCITED.
Until then, here are some more photos of one of the other arrangements we did for the Pottery Barn show a few weeks ago. We couldn’t possibly get more Spring than these few photos here! Hope you enjoy all the prettiness:)
Okay so this past weekend we were lucky enough to squeeze in some time for a super fun harvest-inspired shoot. We got to work with Amy at Amy Atkins photography on this special photo shoot. The couple we shot was already married (12 years) and had two adorable girls together. They were married quite young and did not get to have a super fancy wedding so this was somewhat of a re-do for them.
The bride was the sweetest and was just oozing with excitement and love for all the prettiness. Turns out the photographer set up a surprise visit from their pastor so they could renew their wedding vows! It was adorable. So they did just that… renewed their vows at sunset in front of a Jasmine-covered arbor and hanging clusters of Pomegranates. It was a good day!
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!
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!
WOW. So sorry it’s been so long since my last post… June is madness at the flower shop and we are up to our eyes in flowers and rentals! The shop is in shambles, I’m actually going there as soon as I post this to get it into shape for the next week of craziness.
Anywho, I have a nice little stock pile of photos from weekends past to share with you all! This one that I’m sharing today is actually our most recent creation. Dorinda is a friend of ours we met at the Red Door antique shop in Elk Grove. She is actually a vendor there and sells some awesome chalk painted furniture.
Naturally, we clicked. Our common love for vintage treasures was a great jumping off point for the planning process and she gave us such free range when it came to design! We love that.
Dorinda and Aaron also wanted to have their more intimate wedding at one of our favorite restaurants in town… Silva’s Sheldon Inn! With AMAZING food, a great dining area, the sweetest and most talented staff/owners, and a beautiful organic garden.
Frist off, we would like to wish everyone a fabulous Memorial Day Weekend!
Also, we wanted to share this adorable wedding with you all… sadly we did not take any photos of the best part… the collection of tea cup center pieces!! However, we will for sure share the professional photos when we get them.
Diamond became such a dear friend of ours through the process. She had such a fun eye and brought in oodles and oodles of cutsie inspirations. She died over anything china, pink, soft shades, lace, pearls… it was all her! One of the last weddings during the craziest weekend thus far in the season, it went off without a hitch and all was well in wedding world. We were so graciously invited to stay for dinner and were so obliged to sit and enjoy a meal together. Here are some photos of her day that we did capture… hope you all enjoy!
We met Randi a while ago, she was such a joy to have around the flower shop and we instantly bonded with her! We shared the same loves of eclectic style and collecting vintage vessels. She knew from the get go that she wanted red as her main color. We later added more textures and pops of fuchsia and oranges for accents. She also provided us with a HUGE collection of ruby red vessels to use for centerpieces (we thought we liked to collect)! Here are some of the shots we got on her big day, hope you all enjoy!
When I hear horses, horses, horses, my mind initially goes to Meg Ryan in Sleepless in Seattle… singing on the way to the new in-laws house! However, I’m talking about a different horses. The Kentucky Derby is coming up, and we have been meeting with a certain bride who loves her horses!
Danielle is a bride we are working with late this summer, she is an absolute animal lover and a country girl through and through. We have been brainstorming for some cool way to incorporate her loves into her big day without being cheesy or over the top. Finally we decided a route to take… horses!
I’m sure everyone has seen the plastic animals painted gold or white for showers and other events, we wanted to play off of that look but leave it a little more rustic and kept true.
Mixing elements is one of our favorite things to do here at the shop, so we chose old trophies, show ribbons, and play horses to create a fun theme that is reminiscent of childhood. You could even add some glam to this look to create a Kentucky Derby-esque look! Have your guests wear big crazy hats and wah-lah… insta-fun!!
Anyway, we dressed up a rustic chicken coupe to look like a bookshelf and started playing with some other do-dads to create a style we feel will make your guests smile. So pull up a chair, grab an Arnold Palmer, bust out the stripy straws and stay a while!