A Spring Wedding

For many people, it is starting to feel like spring. Nothing gets me more excited for a change of season than knowing all the beautiful blossoms are on their way. Their sugary scents always take me by surprise when I'm out and about, and I fully embrace them taking over my senses. This March wedding is filled with all the magic spring has to offer...

Nothing reflects the season more to me than the beautiful greenery that begins to emerge after winter. This backdrop at the Green Gables Wedding Estate is simply gorgeous!

Sweet scented bouquets...

Soft tones of lavender, blush, creams, and sage represent the newness that the spring season brings.

Here is the groom looking fabulous in navy. I love this color. It's such a timeless classic that never goes out of style. It goes perfectly with his sage colored succulent boutonniere and awesome bow tie!

This wedding arch is bursting with cream-colored roses, hydrangeas, and heavenly scented lilacs. Behind these stunning florals is a garland combination of lemon leaf and bay leaf. 

On wedding day, I couldn't help myself. I kept finding little places to sneak in more blooms. 

Draping greenery, antique lanterns, and gold accents create the most elegant table pieces. 

Ready to eat? This head table makes a statement with it's overflowing, fluffy white clouds of hydrangea and lavender lilacs.

I have never been to Paris in the spring time, but I imagine this might feel a bit like it. This wedding has a real throw back, vintage vibe to it. With love pouring out of these two, and flowing luscious, pillowy blooms all around. This is a true fairy tale, springtime love story. I hope you enjoy these images as much as I have. Happy one year anniversary you two!! 

Photo Credit: Marie Sam Sanchez Photography

Venue: Green Gables Wedding Estate, San Marcos CA

Floral Designer: Snowberry Studio 

The Beautiful Couple: Hunter & James

Amber & Zack

I decided to honor the relaunch of my new blog page by sharing this admired wedding. Amber and Zack have been featured in Smitten Magazine and in Exquisite Weddings San Diego. The images, which were beautifully shot by Mason and Megan Photography, have been pinned on Pinterest hundreds of times.

The couple and I worked closely together to achieve a cohesive and polished bespoke look of sophistication. The soft color pallet of blush, ivory, and lots of greenery brought on a timeless elegance.  

So where do I start with so many lovely details from Amber and Zack? Let's start with the word bespoke.

Bespoke is best translated as an adjective for anything commissioned to a particular specification. It may be altered or tailored to the customs, tastes, or usage of an individual purchaser. The ladies talking in the garden truly capture that meaning for me.

All of my floral designs are inspired by the couples themselves. I draw from their personal style and their dreams. Each wedding is unique and a piece of art with no two ever looking the same.

This lush eucalyptus garland was designed to fit a head table of 24 feet in length! 

Gorgeous garden roses speak for themselves.

Amber and Zack used a few old wooden window panes to create a seating chart for their guests. We enhanced their look with some draping eucalyptus and more of those luxurious garden roses.

When Amber asked me to fill a basket with blush rose petals so she could celebrate with her bridal party, I had no idea this magical scene would unfold! 

The castle at Mount Woodson in Ramona, CA was the perfect back drop for this wedding. Thank you, Amber and Zach, for sharing your day with me!

See more of this cherished wedding here: 

http://smitten-mag.com/outdoor-blush-wedding/ 

http://www.exquisiteweddingsmagazine.com/2016/06/ramona-real-wedding-amber-zack/

Photo credit: Mason and Megan Photography

Venue: Mount Woodson Castle Ramona, CA