Monday, October 09, 2006

Fall colors in Park City

Lacy's wedding was a few weeks ago at the beautiful Park City Mountain Resort. It was perfect weather and a beautiful backdrop. I just loved the deep fall colors that she chose to incorporate in all of her flowers.

Monday, October 02, 2006

Hot apricot, pink, lime and chocolate

Most of the weddings I do from September-November are in the fall color scheme--red, burgandy, orange, brown etc. So, I was so excited when Tiffany planned hot apricot, hot pink, lime green and chocolate for her Sept. 30 wedding flowers! We used dahlias, gerbera daisies, roses, green fuji mums and kermits in her all of her arrangments. I just love mixing the chocolate brown with the vivid and bright pink, orange and green. Oh, and her cake was adorable!!

Polka Dots and Bling

Natalie and Brenden's wedding (back in August) used lots of pink, polka dots and bling! We used rhinestone gems in the bride's bouquet which was a mix of light pink and cream roses with a few hot pink roses. We also put a rhinestone cuff around the stems. To incorporate the polka dots, we used light pink gerbera daisies with dark centers.


Merrilee and David were married at the beautiful Rendezvous Ranch in Oakley, UT. The mountain setting was absolutely gorgeous and their sunflower theme was just perfect for their early September wedding!

We used yellow and some red sunflowers, yellow roses, chocolate cosmos and seeded eucalyptus berries throughout the whole wedding. Merrilee chose 3 different centerpiece designs and containers which is such a great way to add interest to a room.

Merrilee's bouquet with mini sunflowers, yellow roses, chocolate cosmos, solidago and seeded eucalyptus, tied with a chocolate satin ribbon.

We used a 20 ft. fresh garland with 2 sunflower swags to highlight the fence behind the ceremony area. We also placed two large urn pieces at the front of the altar area.

To coordinate with the various sizes of tables, we created 3 different designs for the centerpieces using galvanized pails and rustic baskets filled with sunflowers.