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Why A Florae
Why A Florae
Love and Cinema
They had a wildflower, carefree feel paired with sophistication and class. Colors were soft with small hints of richer tones, with texture and movement. Whimsy and clean lines helped distinguish the centerpieces with structure and playfulness.
I absolutely loved that Kara chose to have greenery crowns made for all of her girls, as well as herself. This brought a dreamy appearance to the overall look and had the girls looking like beautiful gypsy souls.
Farm to Table
With the pairing of black and white stripes, mint green, a peach palette and gold accents, this wedding was such a delight to the eyes.
Rocky Mountain Love
I was given freedom to play with movement and shapes, making for one of my favorite bouquets made of my whole career.
Jennifer's choice in wedding colors, paired with her bridesmaids' dresses were a sight to see. So beautiful!
I AM IN LOVE with this wedding for multiple reasons. The most important reason is that it celebrated the love between my cousin Molly and Patrick.
Jocey and Jamie’s wedding is a fun example of how you can use green as the only color and play with different tones of the foliage, making for depth and variation just as working with color would do.
With my love of all things old, I thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to work within the walls of a beautiful building built in 1902, but timeless and current enough to grab the attention and the hearts of those falling in love today.
Bold and Beautiful
Megan's wedding gallery really stands out amongst the rest because of such fun and playful colors and flowers.