Karim and Elizabeth were married in a beautiful elopement at the National Gallery of Art, the Library of Congress, and the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, DC. It was a lovely winter day in the city, and the pictures are simply amazing - the dramatic stone architecture at each setting gave the day such an elegant feel! Karim and Elizabeth envisioned a sleek, modern backdrop for their intimate ceremony, with a dramatic pop of florals amid neutral colors. To bring their vision to life, we used white anemones, ranunculus, lisianthus, and a mix of spray and garden roses with dark greenery, which provided gorgeous visual interest against Elizabeth’s elegant gray dress!Read More
Stacia and Josh had a beautiful wedding day at Veritas Vineyard and Winery in Charlottesville, Virginia! The lovely, natural vineyard setting was perfect for an outdoor ceremony, with rows of vines and a scenic mountain backdrop. Stacia and Josh envisioned a romantic, spring-inspired color palette with pastel shades of peach and blue, paired with lots of greenery throughout. To bring their vision to life, we used an abundance of garden roses, ranunculus, fluffy peonies, tweedia, and eucalyptus leaves. It all smelled wonderful! The blue tweedia added such a pretty texture to the bouquets, which were tied off with our Gardenia silk ribbon. The beautiful colors were the perfect complement to Stacia’s amazing wedding dress!Read More
Emily and Colter were married on a gorgeous spring day at the Foundry Golf Club in Powhatan, Virginia! The venue was the perfect place for a romantic outdoor wedding, with its historic stone building and lovely garden surroundings - such a gorgeous backdrop for bridal portraits! For their wedding, Emily and Colter envisioned a sophisticated color palette of blush and gold with lush natural greenery. To bring their vision to life, we used lots of peonies, garden roses, and ranunculus, along with beautiful eucalyptus greenery. The combination of flowers smelled incredible! Bouquets for the bride and bridesmaids were tied off with our hand-dyed silk ribbon in Playa Blanca; the flowing ribbons looked amazing against the beautiful blush bridesmaid dresses. Emily’s beautiful lace wedding gown stole the show, however, and her floral hairpiece was the perfect accent. She was a stunning bride!Read More
It’s not every day I get to design flowers for a stunning, intimate St. Patrick’s Day party, so I was excited to design for this elegant and fun dinner back in March! The couple hosted the party at their home in Poquoson, Virginia, and it was a gorgeous venue with modern decor, beautiful pieces of art, and waterfront views. Luciana, with Luxe and Luna Events, designed and planned, and she envisioned a color palette of shades of copper, whites, black, and light greenery, with a pop of gold for a sophisticated feel.Read More
Kelsey and Steve had an absolutely beautiful wedding day at the Cavalier Golf & Yacht Club in Virginia Beach, Virginia! The picturesque waterfront setting, complete with gorgeous landscaping, lots of boats, and a spectacular sunset, made for such a romantic nautical atmosphere. Kelsey and Steve envisioned a coastal southern color palette with blush, white, and sky blue combined with delicate accents of greenery. To bring their vision to life, we used lots of peonies, ranunculus, garden roses, tweedia, and eucalyptus leave. It all smelled so good! The bouquets were tied off with our French Blue and Playa Blanca silk ribbons, and the colors perfectly complimented Kelsey’s stunning wedding dress!Read More
Kelly and Drew had a gorgeous wedding day at the Cavalier Golf & Yacht Club in Virginia Beach, Virginia! The spectacular, nautical waterfront venue was the perfect scenic backdrop for their outdoor ceremony. Kelly and Drew envisioned a classic, neutral color palette with shades of white and blush and lots of dramatic greenery. To bring their vision to life, we used blush ranunculus, anemones (the bride’s favorite flower), and a mix of garden roses, as well as olive and eucalyptus greenery. The effect was simply stunning! The bouquets were tied off with our Cappuccino silk ribbon, which perfectly complemented Kelly’s amazing wedding dress.
To really make a statement in the reception space, we used more ranunculus and garden roses, paired with rich olive and eucalyptus leaves, to design lush floral centerpieces surrounded by votives for a romantic, candlelit effect. It all turned out gorgeous! Kelly and Drew’s wedding day was photographed by Molly Scott Photography, who did an amazing job, and I loved working with the staff at the Cavalier Golf & Yacht Club! Kelly and Drew are just the sweetest couple - I was honored and overjoyed to be part of their special day! Scroll to the bottom of this post for a list of vendors who brought their wedding day to life. Enjoy! :)Read More