It was such an honor to work with Emily + Paul for their King’s Chapel Wedding. Our floral designs were a perfect match for the occasion.
How I met the Bride and Groom
Being a wedding industry professional is equal parts hard and rewarding. It’s hard to attract clients who want YOU and what YOU are good at creating/planning. It’s rewarding in that hopefully more often than not, a dream client comes along. Emily, who was both a bridesmaid from a former wedding (win!) and someone who wanted ME and what I could create for her wedding day, was the most gracious bride. From the first time I met her at Tina and Daniel’s wedding, I knew she was a genuine sweetheart. When she contacted me about creating her flowers for her wedding day, I was so honored.
Planning the Details
We met together with her mom and discussed her wedding and its design. With a merlot and blush palette, she was so excited about the flowers and how the overall look would come together. We talked about a variety of centerpiece options and she trusted my vision for her day. I found the most adorable honeysuckle vine and pokeweed that I ‘borrowed’ from to create these beauties. And that ribbon?! After running across Tono and Co. on Instagram, I knew I needed that cranberry silk ribbon to finish off her bouquet!
King’s Chapel Wedding Floral Design Photos
It is always such a treat to work with a group of friends! That pretty lady in red is Tina and she was married in 2013 at Belle Meadows Farm. I worked with her and her sweet mom to design her wedding and floral decor!
Emily, you were a dream to work with and I was honored to be a part of your special day!
Photography: Anderson Shore Photography
Venue: King’s Chapel