floral + centerpieces

featured Pretty Potted Wedding Centerpieces & Details

There are plenty of reasons to prefer potted details at your wedding. Not only are they cute, but potted plants and flowers can last far longer than cut ones.  More environmentally friendly, you can either re-plant them in your own backyard or gift them to family and friends for their... Read More

Severine Photography copy Creating Modern Wedding Tablescapes

Trying to master the art of creating a modern tablescape?  Part of why this task can be so difficult is the varying definitions and styles that “modern” embodies. But from... Read More

featured Cactus Wedding Centerpieces

Normally you try to avoid all things prickly at your wedding (we’re talking to you, Great-Aunt Edna), but when it comes to these cute centerpieces, we’re unable to resist!  Using... Read More

featured Put a Wreath on It!

Okay, we know, lame pun for the title. But seriously, what is a wreath but a leafy ring?  It’s a fitting wedding day detail.  And fall is the perfect season... Read More

Sarah Bray Photography copy Spray Painted Bouquets & Centerpieces

When you want to add a little more pizzazz to your floral details, just reach for the spray paint. Especially with the popularity of the metallic craze soaring, it’s easy... Read More

Shannon Morse Photography copy Tulip Wedding Centerpieces

Need a cheerful flower for your wedding centerpieces?  Try tulips!  With their tall height, wide variety of colors and pretty leaves, they are great for both big and small centerpieces.... Read More

featured Dramatic Floral Installations & Backdrops

Want your wedding flowers to deliver a big dose of “wow” factor?  Consider using floral installations or backdrops in your decor. These artistic and impressive details give your venue an... Read More

featured Flower Girl Flowers & Alternatives

While your big entrance will be the most memorable, count on your flower girl’s walk down the aisle to be the most adorable.  These pint-sized little cuties know how to... Read More

featured Zinnia Wedding Flowers

Like a flower out of an illustrated children’s book, zinnias are bright and cheerful. Even though they come in a variety of different species and can look dramatically different from... Read More

Lisa Warninger copy Small Wedding Bouquets

Often referred to as nosegay or posy bouquets, small wedding bouquets are both pretty and practical. Let’s discuss the most popular reasons that brides choose petite bouquets, and then follow... Read More

featured Wildflower-Inspired Wedding Bouquets

Who doesn’t love a bouquet of freshly-picked wildflowers?  Charming and pretty, these wildflower-inspired (because we understand that every flower in these arrangements aren’t all wildflowers) bouquets are a lovely choice... Read More