Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Misty Pitts and Michael O'Neil
Lake Cities Church & Sky Creek Ranch

We loved doing flowers for Misty and Michael. Their wedding was at the most quaint church and fabulous reception venue. It was a golf club in Keller that looks like it would be straight out of the Hill Country. Their fall wedding color palette was so fun for us to play off of with flowers. We used a mixture of orange roses, bronze and green cymbidiums, green hydrangea, and playful monkey's tail to create Misty's dream wedding...and we had a blast.

Her photographer was Sil Azevedo
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Monday, January 28, 2008

Ashley Cummings and Sean Harris
The Old Red Courthouse & Museum

This was a wedding we did on New Year's Eve. It was such a blast. Her theme was very elegant, and she wanted everything in blacks, reds, and pearl white. I think we pulled it off using a mixture of black magic roses, black baccara roses, and red spray roses. We even through in some feathers for some flare! We really enjoyed planning this wedding and developing a close bond with the bride and her mother. Thanks for letting us be a part.

Her photographer was Michelle from
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Monday, January 14, 2008

D Weddings Spring/Summer 2008
has hit the stands, and we are so excited to
be featured in the magazine several times!!
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Our Ad:

Real Wedding Feature: Amy Talkington & Robert Adams

Real Wedding Feature: Corey Fuller & Brandon Thompson

Editorial: Where to eat for your Rehearsal Dinner...Sammy's

Thursday, January 3, 2008

Stacy Heibert and David Greer
Storybook Ranch

Stacy and David had a charming "country chic" wedding. We love this location, but unfortunately it will not be doing weddings any longer! We are so fortunate that we got to work here and get some amazing pics of her flowers. She used all whites and yellows in daisies, spider mums, billy balls, and bear grass. The girls wore chocolate brown so we put a touch of chocolate cosmos in their bouquet. The wedding style was absolutely perfect.

Thanks to Huy Nuygen for the photos from

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