Monday, March 26, 2012
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Years ago I went through a phase of making trellis arrangements, it was a neat look that could be achieved with just a few flowers, but the design just "sat there," there was no reason to keep looking at it. This is the same type of piece with some bear grass woven throughout the design giving it some motion and more visual interest. Some good input and a little more experience yielded a simple fix.
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Monday, March 5, 2012
Top - vibrant bridesmaids bouquets of; orange roses, hot pink roses, green hypericum and blue delphinium, but let's get to the meat of the story shall we - Scott and Susie's kids. 2nd photo, 2 fine examples of young ladyhood Kait and Brit. 3rd the self-possessed center Anna. Lastly mommy's little monsters, the terrible twins, the dynamic duo Emma and Eddie. This is important. If you are getting married and already have children please include them. I don't care if they fidget, cry, have disabilities or are so young they need pulled in a wagon - nothing adds to a wedding like children. At this point if you have children "your" day isn't just about you anymore is it. Children are beautiful, photogenic fun and basically more important than us tall people - embrace it.
Thursday, March 1, 2012
A wonderfully casual spring bouquet of: white veronica, green bells and purple ceneria. I've never had the pleasure of using green bells before and am a richer man for the experience. A very sweet ''just picked" look that I don't get do enough of until our garden gets going. No fancy footwork here, just choose the right combination of blooms and "let it be."