Our second wedding of the weekend had a garden theme. The bride Kimberly and I shared a love of a magazine simply called Flowers that is published from England. We love every bouquet they publish. So Kimberly gave me creative license to design. How cool is that. I loved creating this English Garden look for her. Notice the miniature Spode plate on the handle. Exquisite bridal bouquet. Busy weekend… — at Haywood Hall Museum House & Gardens.
Cordie and Christian had matching evergreen monogram C’s on the Stockroom Doors to announce their reception to their guest. Cordie wanted a garden look to her flowers. So we chose roses, lisianthus, stock, dianthus, veronica and hydrangea to pull off her romantic wedding day
Just stunning photos of Tara and Aaron’s all green flowers wedding. Tara wanted every shade of green flower we could offer. Each bouquet is a different shade and type of flowers. We used Bells of Ireland, Gladiolas, Hydrangea, Alstromeria, Carnations, Lisianthus, Kangeroo Paw, Hypericum Berry, Bernia Berry, Lambs Ear, Dusty Miller, Roses, Dianthus and Trachillium.
Lisa and Bret’s wedding at the gorgeous Piazzo at Portifino. Photos by Jamie Blow of J&J Photography.
This was so much work but so much fun. Finally, my vintage bride! MEWS Designs provides rental of all vintage items shown here, to brides who book with us.