If you are planning a destination wedding, or eloping in an off-the-grid location, I've got you covered. Not only will a silk floral bouquet pack well in a suitcase, you do not have to worry about it wilting on your way down the aisle...or a dreamy rock path to wed your beloved next to an enchanting waterfall.
When it comes to color, I am fearless. When it comes to making a statement, I leave my mark. When Lauren contacted me for her first Floral Crown way back when, I knew our kindred spirit for being fearless and making statements would be a creative dream.
On 7.11.14 Amy and Bryan tied the knot at The Ranch at Bandy Canyon in Escondido, CA. This serene and tranquil venue was a breathtaking backdrop for one beautiful wedding. I had the pleasure of Coordinating and help Design their special day, and was impressed with Amy's DIY Skills for the decor leading up to … Continue reading Strodthoff Wedding : Amy + Bryan
I had the pleasure of working on a beautiful wedding for a beautiful friend of mine. There was not a dry eye at the ceremony of Meredith + John, and this dreamy couple wed in the picturesque hills of Alpine, CA. Between the romantic floral arrangements and delicious Yours Truly Cupcakes, Meredith wore a Maggie Sottero … Continue reading Hauber Wedding: Meredith + John
When it comes to budgeting floral arrangements for your wedding, you will be shocked. Sticker shock that is. In my experience past, when you mention the word "wedding", vendors double, even triple the cost of what any other event may cost. While floral arrangements are labor intensive, I could not believe what some vendors wanted … Continue reading Floral Designs to Die For
Dia de los Muertos is the Day of the Dead which falls on the day after Halloween, and is a Mexican celebration of family and friends that have passed. As a San Diego native this holiday has been celebrated here for decades, and a Day of the Dead wedding in So Cal would not be … Continue reading Dia de los Muertos Wed-Spiration