After a little winter hibernation, it sure feels good to step back in the office and have a fresh new perspective with florals. This week marks my first wedding of the season and I couldn't be happier. I've been getting back in touch with local farms and seeing what flowers are showing there faces this dry early spring, and with my garden slowly establishing itself over the last 2 years I can finally start taking some cuttings from the yard. Looking forward to all the lovely celebrations for 2015!
I've been so busy working on weddings that I haven't had much time to share some of the treasures that have been carted out of the studio doors. I finally uploaded some photos(from my lil iphone) from this summer and came across some snapshots I took of the flowers for Jacques & Audrey's Fort Mason wedding. I love the gold accent of the containers and the hand painted gold eucalyptus. Such a gorgeous wedding palette don't you think?
Here's a few more photos from the very talented Diana Rothery!
The sun is out, the bees are buzzing, and the garden is blooming!! Narcissus, Daffodils, Clematis, and Poppies (just to name a few) are showing up in abundance. We are thrilled to be working with a growing selection of local, seasonal flowers. Our first wedding of 2014 is right around the corner. Willi Wildflower is excited to welcome Spring, her blooms, and all the love that she in store for us this season.
It's true, we got very busy during wedding season last year and amidst the chaos we lapsed in covering some of our stellar events via our blog. Lucky for us there's a little (read enormous, popular, big league) blog out there called Style Me Pretty that picked up our loose ends. So check out the enchanting love story of Michael & Iona here.
A huge thank you to the incredibly talented Caroline Frost for her gorgeous photography, to Style Me Pretty for featuring us (we are thrilled and honored!!), but mostly to Michael and Iona for inspiring the entire event!