Posts tagged ‘Vintage Glam’
We loved this sweet couple, Karen & Steven! Soft blush, nude and champange were the colors of this vintage inspired wedding. The bride had a collection of antique teacups that were used as centerpieces on the guest tables. A collection of antique bottles we used with single stems on the place card table. The gorgeous cake from Karen’s Bakery was just perfect with the fresh dahlia and rose details. I’m so happy I was able to be a part of their special day! Thank you to Fiorillo Photography for the lovely photos!
Photos by: Fiorillo Photography-http://www.fiorillophotography.com/
Cake- Karen’s Bakery, Folsom, CA- http://www.karensbakery.com
Venue- Lake Natoma Inn, Folsom, CA http://www.lakenatomainn.com
Denise and Travas came to me with a designer’s dream! She said, “Here are my colors, we want a modern & vintage feel, I’ll leave it up to YOU!” WOW! Exciting! They were so fun to work with and I was able to be very creative. As a floral designer, when given full reign, would say we do our best, most beautiful work when we are given this trust. It doesn’t matter about the budget, how big or small the wedding etc… It is about trust, and if you can’t trust your floral designer to see your vision, you have the wrong one! It’s about communication, trust and enjoying the process together! Thank you again the Denise & Travas for trusting The Posh Posey! Photos via Heather Prettyman Photography.
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.