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Soft & Romantic in Gold Country~Imperial Hotel, Amador City, CA-Wedding-Flowers-Folsom-Placerville-Gold Country
What can I say about Andrea and Kevin…. Just Perfect in every way!! They chose an intimate gathering of family and close friends to share their special day. The Imperial Hotel in Amador City, CA was the setting for the vintage, romantic feeling they wanted. A beautiful rustic hotel, nestled in the Gold Country foothills. Andrea came to me knowing what she wanted, soft, vintage pastels and “FLUFFY”! I think I succeeded! I gave her sweet smelling garden roses, hydrangea, ranunculus, dusty miller, spray rose. All the elements of a romantic beauty, just like my bride Andrea.
The photos were taken by Eleakis & Elder Photography are just stunning and capture every moment of the day! Love them all!
Photos via Chantel of Eleakis & Elder Photography-http://www.eleakis.com/
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
Rustic Romance & Love, was the theme of the day for Lindsey & Eric Taylor. Lindsey had a vision that captured the feel of her venue at the Forest House Lodge, Foresthill, CA. There are many styles I love, but this one is by far one of my favorites! I loved the textures, and unique mix of designs she chose. I hung designs from the aisle chairs, that later were re-used on her guest tables. A stunning sweetheart table design, graced the entrance of the room to give the “WoW” factor as you entered. She chose all white hydrangea with curly willow for her bridesmaids. Lindsey’s bouquet was beautiful mix of antique hydrangea, calla, roses, orchids, and wispy, woodsy textures. I did a custom wrap on Lindsey’s bouquet, incorporating silk florets from her Mother’s bridal veil. It is these sentimental touches that bring meaning to the most important flowers a bride will carry. Lindsey definitely had a budget, but she knew where to splurge! She even created her own branch designs for her guest tables, and many other personal touches that brought it all together. Lindsey has a flare for design, is now going to be working for The Forest House Lodge, helping brides & grooms create their dreams! GO Lindsey!! It was a complete joy working with you to create your Dreams!
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…
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!