Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Natalie Reuter, my last June bride this year and a fine way to end the month. Looking absolutely flawless in 100+ heat carrying a bouquet of the beloved David Austin garden roses, lavender Ocean Song and peach Osiana. A romantic bouquet of roses with a scent that can only be described by with words like ooooh and mmm. It seems to be a natural reaction to close one's eyes while experiencing this.
Sunday, July 15, 2012
For some reason this piece this made me think of Brian Eno's "Taking Tiger Mountain by Strategy," The rock like container, the colors of the zinnia and lantana and the low to high movement just made the title pop in my head. If you don't own any of Eno's music I strongly suggest you get some.
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Sunday, July 8, 2012
Another great shoot for Central Missouri Bride Magazine. For this session the staff went a with a more ''world feel, inspired by India" every bride is not only beautiful, but completely herself. Hair by Catherine Crumm. the bouquet : orange dubium, croton leaves, gloriosa lilies, viburnum and lily grass. The "altar piece" is made of river cane with with blooms tied onto the structure. Wait till you see what Travis Duncan did with this session. Beauty!
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Ashley Frost and her flowers looking great in serious Missouri June heat. Her bouquet: Vandela roses, sweet pea and stephanotis. Maid of honor bouquet: anemones, daisies, montecasino, solidago, white lisianthus and queen anne's lace. Her sister's bouquet: yellow daisies, crespedia, solidago, montecasino and queen anne's lace.
Monday, July 2, 2012
Danielle was a treat to work with - sweet, funny, organized and hell-bent for happy. Looking lovely and carrying a bouquet of: white peonies, peach stock and green cymbidiums. The maid of honor bouquet is made of; Osiana roses, purple stock and calycina.