Posts tagged ‘Folsom Wedding’
Are you “Pinning” your wedding ideas? Pinterest is such a great source for brides to pull all their ideas together! These boards tell the story of your perfect day, and helps your Floral Designer, Planner, Venue, etc…help to bring it all together! It is a great tool for us designers as well, besides being able to see our own work, you can get an idea of “who” your vendor is. Their likes, loves, what inspires them. I have to say… it is a bit “addicting” and don’t pin when you are hungry! You will end up making some fantastic recipe and regret it later! Yummy! Happy Pinning!!
Fall in the Sierra Foothills is the most gorgeous time of year. The changing colors, and cool crisp air was the perfect venue for Lynzie and Tyler. They held their wedding at a private residence with the most beautiful sprawling grounds. Lynzie knew she wanted something classic, with a modern freshness. Her bouquet was a mix of calla, scabiosa, garden spray rose, hydrangea, freesia and fun textures, like “bunny tail”. The bridesmaids were fresh green hydrangea, red dahlia, spray rose and scabiosa. I loved how the colors played off all the natural greens. Congrats again to Lynzie and Tyler! Thanks for choosing The Posh Posey!
Photos via http://heatherprettyman.com
Are you thinking of using Pantone’s Color of Year in your wedding flowers? Then Tangerine Tango will be your color! A palette of oranges have gained much popularity in weddings. The flower choices are abundant and exciting. Using tangerine hues with just about any other color creates warmth and excitement in floral arrangements. Check out some of the wonderful flower choices available to you!
I am so excited to share this beautiful backyard wedding of Yvette & Pat. This fabulous couple shared their love for each other in this intimate, backyard setting. They chose lush, colorful blooms that were perfect for the enchanted garden feel they wanted. Urns overflowing with hydrangea, orchids, garden roses, dahlias, hanging amaranthus, and curly willow created a natural arch for the couple heart felt nuptials. They share eight grandchildren together, who were a special part of the day. The flower girls carried adorable floral fairy wands, sooo cute! Yvette’s bouquet was a simple, elegant design of mini callas, cymbidium orchids, and a wisp of hanging amaranthus. The natural stone aisle was lined with floating orchids and candles. I loved this wedding,it was love in it’s truest form. Intimate, heartfelt, and simply Blissful! Congrats again to Yvette & Pat!
Photos via- Lovelyyouphotography.com
Can I just start by saying Kristen & Andy’s wedding was absolutely stunning! Everything from the ceremony to the beautiful reception at Monte Verde Inn, in Foresthill, CA. Kristen has been consulting with me since the beginning of her engagement, a year and a half ago! She wanted “Fluffy” and romantic “Vintage Glam”. It was all about the colors and choosing the perfect flowers. Her bouquet consisted of Peony, English garden roses, schneeball hydrangea from Holland, and garden spray rose. She accented her bouquet with a gorgeous locket that held a dear picture of her late Grandfather. The palette of taupe’s, antique pinks, and ivory with splashes of soft peachy pinks, was simply beautiful against the bridesmaids dresses. Just perfect for the “vintage glam” feel! When I design a wedding my first thought is the brides bouquet. It is the most important and the most meaningful to me, and this one was especially dear to my heart.
A great big thank you to Kristen & Andy for entrusting The Posh Posey to create the most important flowers of their lives!
Please enjoy the gorgeous photos from Jessica Stout, Stoutphotography.com.
On Sunday May 22, 2011, Natasha and Kyle got Hitched! The threat of a little thunderstorm could not keep these two sweethearts from the alter! They were married outside at the American River Resort, Coloma, CA. The sound of the rushing American River in the background. They chose beautiful, fragant garden roses, a mix of sweetheart roses, and stock. The mason jars they used on the reception tables, were Kyle’s Grandmother’s. I love the sentimental touch, and a beautiful way to remember the ones not here. These two are just the sweetest! Congratulations to Natasha and Kyle!