Saturday, March 27, 2010

{ Phil & Jenni :: A Garden Wedding }

There just aren't words to describe how much I love working with flowers. On the days I design, I find myself getting lost in the work, and somehow the minutes turn into hours, and before you know it, what once was a mess of stems in buckets is a spectacular, one-of-a-kind creation!

This weekend I had the opportunity to lose myself again while I designed flowers for my friends Phil Romero & Jenni Jones' Long Beach wedding. Their garden themed reception was a wonderful chance to experience a new design genre and try something a little different.

I think the results were stunningly beautiful! And so did the bride. I received this text from her after she saw her flowers for the first time, "Thank you so much!!! The flowers are the most beautiful think I've ever seen! You're amazing!" Well thanks Jenni, it was my pleasure! Now enjoy some pretty pictures...











{ FLOWERS: billy buttons, fever few, acacia, stock, hydrangea, ranunculus, tulips, spider mums, dusty miller, succulents, reindeer moss, geranium and lemon leaves }

Thursday, March 25, 2010

{ Megan & Peter :: A Third Helping }

I know it may be a little gluttonous, but I just can't help myself when it comes to sharing too many beautiful photographs and using too many adjectives. Check out a few more gorgeous images of THIS handsome couple and their fabulous flowers!






{ Photo Credit: Kris Sundberg }

Saturday, March 20, 2010

{ The Harborside Pavillion - Newport Beach }

The Hadley's Newport Beach reception was absolutely beautiful! After setting all of the arrangements I snapped this photo of one of the tables to show off just how amazing everything turned out. Don't you love the look of her classic black and white decor with the pop of red floral? So romantic! Thanks again Bryan & Maryann for giving me the opportunity to share in your special day. Many congratulations!

red flowers

Friday, March 19, 2010

{ Bryan & Maryann :: A Classic Wedding }

"I don't care if Monday's blue. Tuesday's gray and Wednesday too. Thursday I don't care about you. It's Friday, I'm in love!" - The Cure

Love that song! It's been running through my mind all morning as I worked on these gorgeous arrangements for my friend Bryan Hadley & his lovely wife Maryann's wedding. It was such a pleasure creating their 20 amazing centerpieces, and of course my favorite part...the bridal bouquet! Aren't those red roses exquisite? So romantic!




{ FLOWERS: Freedom roses, tulips, anemone, ranunculus, alstromeria, peonies, israeli ruscus, curly willow }

Monday, March 15, 2010

{ Megan & Peter - Sneak Preview }

Look what I found on Facebook! Thanks Kris for posting your images so quickly so all of us can enjoy! Here's a sneak peak at my favorite far! Isn't the bride absolutely stunning! And aren't the flowers so pretty. (I'm allowed to say that, right?)

Be sure to check back soon for more beautiful images of Megan & Peter's wedding day! And in the meantime, take a look at some of Kris Sundberg's incredible photographs over at Burnt Exposure. Love his work!


Sunday, March 14, 2010

{ Megan & Peter :: Tandem Forever }

"If you've never been thrilled to the very edges of your soul by a flower in spring bloom, maybe your soul has never been in bloom." ~Audra Foveo

Spring has sprung! Well, at least it did this weekend for my friends Megan & Peter. I had the pleasure of designing all of the flowers for their March wedding this last Saturday. Their theme, in case you hadn't guessed already, was "A Bicycle Built For Two," which was adorable because Peter proposed to Megan while on a bike ride down the Southern California coast. Love it!

While driving through Coto De Caza on my way to the reception site, I got this amazing text from the bride "Aubrey!!!!! I love my bouquet!!!! I haven't seen other flowers yet, but I absolutely love my bouquet (as does everyone else)." Totally made all the long hours of designing and creating worth it!







{ FLOWERS: ranunculus, roses, tulips, sweet pea, succulents, hydrangea, dianthus, acacia, geranium, hanging amaranthus, curly willow }

Sunday, March 7, 2010

{ Showered With Flowers }

A couple weeks ago I had the pleasure of proving some beautiful flowers for the baby shower of a dear friend of mine, Lauren Chamberlin. In case the color palette didn't already give it away, she's expecting a beautiful baby girl, in March! To celebrate her pending arrival I created a simple arrangement using a base of fragrant geranium leaves, white hydrangea, tulips, roses, hyacinths, and of course my signature succulents. I hope she loved it as much as I did!


Wednesday, March 3, 2010

{ Blue Sky's Studio Photography }

This morning I opened up my email to find a lovely little surprise from Kristin over at Blue Sky's Studio. She sent over a few beautiful images of the flowers I did for the Richard Nixon Library Wedding back in January, along with this sweet little note: "You did such an amazing, beautiful job with the all of the flowers...we were definitely impressed." Thank you Kristin and the beautiful bride and groom for making it such a lovely wedding to be a part of.




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