I was so thrilled to be designing the florals for Kim and Mitch’s wedding at McCormick Ranch this last spring. Everything was so beautiful. She wanted soft and romantic florals with a natural feel, and the flowers were everywhere. Our lovely couple here happen to be the owners of Prim Unique Rentals here in Phoenix if you are interested in some amazing and unique pieces to add some character to your own events. You can see some of their pieces here in this spread. Our florals used here were hydrangea, roses, dusty miller, curly willow, stock, italian pitt, dahlia, lisianthis, and china mum. Enjoy!
For Jen’s April wedding at Sassi Restaurant in Scottsdale, she wanted varying shades of peach with charcoals. When her bridesmaids’ dresses came in more pink than the peach she expected, we added some pink shades into the florals to tie it all together. It all turned out beautifully, and I loved these fringed tulips. The florals we used were: Fringed tulips, emely, trust, and tibet roses, brunia, dusty miller, hydrangea, dendrobium orchids, and spray roses.
We recently took part in a stylized shoot at Troon North Golf Club in Scottsdale and have some lovely shots from Cassie Madden Photography to share!
This was such a beautiful wedding on a beautiful Arizona spring day. The views at Superstition Mountain GC are so amazing too, have you been there? Beeeeutiful! The florals were all simple and elegant, we used hydrangea, lisianthus, roses, stock, lavender, freesia, dusty miller, and baby’s breath. Here are a few lovely shots captured by Pinkerton Photography:
I had so much fun creating the florals for this one…(do I say that about every wedding???) This was more of a rustic setting and feel, from the extra textures in the bouquets to the shotgun shell boutonnieres…