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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!
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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
Allison & Brad’s wedding day was nothing but spectaular! The outdoor ceremony was simply beautiful, the blue waters of Lake Tahoe sparkling behind as a back drop. Allison let her hubby to be choose the color “blue” for the wedding, and it went perfect with the lush greens and crystal clear blue waters. Allisons’s bouquet consisted of hydrangea, vendela roses, cymbidium orchids, dendrobium orchids, touches of tweedia and curly willow loops. It was important Allison had orchids, because Brad proposed to her in Hawaii. I loved Allison’s sentimental touches. A dear friend of the family made a custom “stump” cake stand, and placecard holders. Allison & Brad seemed to truly enjoy every moment of the day! Congrats! To Mr. & Mrs. Mayer! Photos via http://tahoebluephotography Read more…