Friday, January 27, 2017

Wedding Flowers

A wedding is the special day that a girl dreams about for a long time (many times before she ever meets her soul mate) and has visions of how she wants everything to be on the day they finally say "I do." I love to help bring these visions to life and be a part of those special days! 

Rich burgundy flowers, foliage, berries, and pods were used to create a natural, organic, hand picked style bouquet for this outdoor wedding. (photo above and below by MS Photography.) 

Soft pink roses, burgundy dahlias and assorted mixed flowers were used for this wedding. 

White roses, pinecones, berries, and assorted forest greenery was used in this bouquet, for a private wedding in the woods. 

 Lemons and Limes was the theme of this wedding, with an arch located behind the bride and groom's table and one outside for the ceremony. A multitude of lemons and limes (approximately 10+ cases) were used in the centerpieces for the reception.

Blush pink and white arrangements flanked the doors, as the bride entered the country church. She wanted there to be flowers in her pictures, as she walked down the aisle.
A bridal bouquet of red roses, surrounded by a ring of white roses. 

For my brother's wedding - they wanted an arch completely covered in fall flowers! 

This pumpkin tower had their initial carved out and lights were inserted in the pumpkins, to give a glowy welcome as guests arrived at the church. 

A cascading fall bridal bouquet. 

 A rose bouotonniere (modelled by one of the groomsmen and my husband.)

FarmWedding in a cow pasture! Sunflowers and white daisies were the brides chosen flowers. 

 With weddings, I've come to expect the unexpected. While the sky was gorgeous and it wasn't raining for the outdoor wedding, it was extremely windy. You may notice there are rusty nails by the mason jars - to keep the bouquets upright, we had to place large nails around the jars for support. We had planned to drape the tables with lots of lace, but it kept blowing off. Thank goodness they were using wooden spools and all of the burlap table clothes were stapled to the edge of the tables.

The bride carried a burlap and lace bouquet from my etsy shop, GypsyFarmGirl. I ask them to save the lace, when her dress was altered and a pieces of lace were used in her bouquet, along with some of her Grandmother's jewelry pieces. 
For the boho bride - a wildflower assortment in shades of purple, coral, peach, and white. 

My etsy shop focuses on rustic weddings, with burlap and lace bouquets, having been shipped to over 47 sates and several countries. I currently offer burlap in 43 colors and can customize bridal bouquets, bridesmaids arrangements, boutonnieres, corsages, etc. One of my most popular bouquets is the turquoise burlap bouquet.
Vintage lace flowers and brooches are included in some of the keepsake bouquets. 
Navy burlap wedding bouquets are another top color choice.

Whatever your style, I'm ready to help you create your dream wedding! Contact me today to set up a wedding consultation or to discuss your ideas.

Special Events

Every wedding, special event or party has its own colors, theme, and ambiance- from elegant sit down dinners, to rustic and shabby chic relaxed parties, or corporate business meetings. Flowers enhance the setting and create a lasting impression. Its an honor to work with you to create customized floral pieces for your special events. 

Gilmer National Bank Christmas Party at the Reserve in Longview, Texas.
Custom Commodities business seminar at the Gilmer Civic Center. 

Open House at McWhorter Funeral Home celebrating the opening of their new business.

Wedding Shower arrangements.

Sophisticated Swamp Bayou themed party. 

A Golden Wedding Anniversary party. 

A retirement party. 
Fall wedding shower arrangement in a pumpkin.
Centerpieces for the annual Gilmer National Bank Stockholders Meeting. 
Retirement party at Upshur Rural Electric.

Vintage style wedding shower with yellow and blue color scheme. 

Retirement party arrangement.