Lush foliages, warm candles and a bride wearing a blush wedding gown, equal perfect elements for a winter wedding. Although, this day was a rainy, drizzly day, seeing all these warm smiles you would never know that was the case. With the chapel at Canyonwood Ridge as the backdrop ( it was always the choice), followed by a festive reception in the ballroom. Selecting a venue with a great A or B plan helps keep a peace of mind during the planning process. Lush, cascading foliages on the existing chandeliers and added at the ceremony table helped bring the outdoors in- candles and greenery were the brides main focus with florals added to the most important places.
The luxurious cascading foliage is “southern smilax”, it is foraged from tree canopies and most recently has become a favorite amongst floral designers for the lush coverage it provides. And yes, it does have a season, mostly available July through early April, depending upon spring weather conditions it can be available during May. In my professional opinion, I do not think there is a great substitution for its particular qualities, there are many, many other foliages available , but this one has some particular qualities that has skyrocketed its popularity- size/color/fullness/ length! Although it is greenery and it is “affordable”, it is the installation of it that sometimes surprises brides and grooms ( and their families). This particular chapel requires an oversized ladder to even get to the light fixtures and then the designer to do their magic. A professional floral designer will help make your wedding designs come true as we execute your ideas into reality!
Winter wedding receptions. Our Central Texas weather can create challenges or provide absolute perfection.
Lucky for us, The Allan House provides a beautiful clear tent for the winter season! We loved the way this soft gold and white reception came together. Lush white florals- all of our favorites, especially those amaryllis… Paired with tables of glowing candles. Megan from Pearl Events
pulled together all of the details ( those gatsby linens 🙂
Brazos Hall has become one of Austin’s favorite venues to host weddings and events. With its urban interior and rooftop space, it lends itself to soo many types of decor. This April 2016 event ranks high on our list of favorites. Featured in Brides of Austin, with so many thoughtful details, it photographed as gorgeous as it was in person. Desert inspired elements included hundreds of tillandsias, grapewood, aloe and agave plants along with an added twist of monstera leaves. The dark green leaves created a modern vibe for a traditional event. We had an awesome time working with Jenn from Pearl Events
and Two Pair Photography provided these amazing images. The venue: Brazos Hall, the food, Royal Fig Catering.
When a client loves flowers almost as much as we do, you know it is going to be a floral filled affair. Last spring, we were lucky enough to add this gorgeous event to our portfolio. A classic bride, one of our favorite venues and a dream team of vendors helped this one go off without a hitch. The ceremony featured a 9 foot cross covered in white hydrangea, while the aisle was highlighted with a foliage and orchid draped chandelier. The Pavillion at Omni Barton Creek was also draped exquisitely by the team at Unique Designs. The reception then moved into the DKR ballroom in the resort. From the amazing cocktail hour to the festive reception, it was all an amazing event. All the photos by Jenny Demarco.
Every single detail was pulled together by Becky at Pearl Events.
We are sad to see the Pavillion being relocated during Omni Barton Creeks renovations, but can’t wait for the new space to create something equally as gorgeous..coming soon!
Summer weddings. This southern soiree at The Plantation House was filled with sweet smelling peonies and the most delicious looking popcorn bar. Two of my personal favorites! The mock orange blossoms on the gazebo ended up being one of the favorite gazebo decors to date. Mock orange is one of those elements that is in season for about 7 minutes, so when we are lucky enough to find in our suppliers inventory and had a perfect place for it- score and score!
We love a spring wedding bursting with color. When we hear, I love color, we get giddy with the possibilities. Add in a little Texas flair , the gorgeous new venue, Canyonwood Ridge and it is a feast for your eyes! We particularly loved the amazing coral peonies, the lush juliette garden roses and all the gorgeous ranunculus! Working with Jenn at Pearl Events,Cory Ryan Photography and Canyonwood Ridge allowed us to create a great day for J+ D!
Bridal bouquet of festive summer colors.
Texas wedding is complete with cowboy boot wearing bridesmaids.
Springs best blooms for a bride.
Bridesmaids wore deep pink gowns with multicolored bouquets.
Custom stationary to set the tone.
The Chapel converted to a chic lounge area for a summer wedding.
Bridal party table featuring an assortment of tall and low floral arrangements.
Spring flowers in bright festive colors for reception at Canyonwood Ridge.
Trio of candles accented with colorful flowers and gold votives.
White chivari chairs accenting traditional farm table.
Lush blush blooms and miles of smilax greenery helped us bring this gorgeous brides vision to reality. A perfect blush wedding gown and an absolutely gorgeous February afternoon allowed the flowers to take center stage. We headed out to Ma Maison, with Pearl Events to design one of our favorite 2016 events. Some of the details included beautiful crystal candelabras, a gorgeous head table and the staircase draped in smilax. All the small details helped make this event near perfect- the olive branches at each place setting and the fragrant garden roses were some of the favorites.
Fall weddings….they can go in many directions. We were thrilled when this bride decided to go a little different route, instead of the traditional fall palette, she chose rich, jewel toned flowers set against long, flowy teal bridesmaids gowns. The rich jewel tone palette was the driving force behind all the decor and floral elements. The outdoor ceremony took place under the gorgeous canopy of Sacred Oaks at Camp Lucy. The reception followed inside the hall, which was beautifully draped by Unique Designs. There were so many details. From the garland embellished welcome sign, to the beautiful custom invitations and escort cards- the guests were treated to sitting areas created with gorgeous furniture from Loot Vintage Rentals. Some of my favorite floral elements included the native Texas smilax covering chandelier, the organic clusters of foliages on the chairs at the ceremony and of course the rich, jewel toned blooms on the tables. Garden roses, ranunucla, lisianthus and dahlias made up most of the blooms, with mixed greens of bay, olive and eucalyptus. These gorgeous images were captured by Christina Carroll Photography, the planning by and some of the rentals provided by Whim hospitality.
Viburnum, succulents and ferns are on the top of my list of favorites! I was so excited to help plan this gorgeous spring wedding a few springs ago on the lawn of The Four Seasons Hotel in Austin. I loved working with the acrylic chuppah from Townsley Designs and working along side Becky from Pearl Events, Austin and the rentals provided by Premiere Events. Enjoy, my latest obsession of viburnum!
All white bouquets to complement a perfect minty blue bridesmaid dress.
Aisle lined with fragrant petals and bundles of white stock and roses.
A simple embellishment was all this gorgeous cake needed.
The sweet lace dresses were the perfect backdrop for the collection of all white spring blooms.
Perched atop a 31 inch cylinder the collection of flowers included hydrangeas, roses, viburnum stock.
Ballroom tables adorned with candles and flowers.
The bride and bridesmaids headed to the wedding.
Ready for the guests.
White hydrangea and roses flanking the aisle entrance.
Sweet pastel bouquet for the bride and elegant all white and green selections for the bridesmaids.
DKR ballroom at Barton Creek Country Club.
Barton Creek Country Club- pavilion for ceremony.
Ribbon accented spray roses for the wedding party.
The ceremony included this stunning floral cross.
Only a few flowers to complement the gorgeous patterns of the cake tiers.
Elevated centerpiece for a traditional ballroom setting.
Soft pastels for the bride.
Sweet open bloom of white spray rose.
Spring time weddings are always a breath of fresh air. We have survive our version of winter and looking forward to seeing a variety of seasonal blooms. This romantic, elegant wedding was the perfect backdrop for a sweet vision of blush, green and white. I loved the lace bridesmaids dresses along with the collection of all white blooms. Some of our favorite details– the stunning, and I do mean stunning floral cross at the ceremony!, the gorgeous cake from The Cake Plate and the collection of tall and candle centerpieces. A great collaboration with Barbara from Barbara’s Brides, JennLindberg photography and Barton Creek Country Club.