Friday, January 16, 2009

La Fete Weddings ~ Elizabeth & Otis

Elizabeth selected peacock blue, champagne and chocolate... Elizabeth was so much fun to work with on this very classic but playful wedding we did at the beautiful Hahn Estate. The open air tent provided some shade and took on a gorgeous glow in the evening. Cody Floral Design used tons of peonies and fluffy white garden roses...tucked into the centerpieces were peacock feathers, adding texture and color. It was delightful working with Laura of Docuvitae, who did the photography.

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Beautiful Bouquets ~ The Ultimate Accessory

Kristin wanted blush tones for her bouquet created by Rene of R. Jack Balthazar. The perfect accent to her gorgeous gown! Photo by Stephanie Hogue.

Ai loved peonies! This next photo taken by Stephanie Hogue was just what my client dreamed of ~ Cody Floral Design, created this beautiful bouquet. I must say peonies are one of our favorite flowers, too. So full, lush and romantic!
Dina chose a stunning bouquet created by Joni of Hearts Bloom. The collar of ribbon bows and the gardenias flowing down were so elegant!
Photo by BB-Photography.
This beautiful bouquet was designed by the very talented Laura Sangas of Cody Floral. Isabelle embellished her bouquet, cake top, programs and invites with the letter "B" making it personal for her and her fiance. We even had a custom gobo designed with the letter "B" shining on the water in the pool. It was stunning! The photos were captured by my dear friend Melissa Musgrove. You can see all the photos from this beautiful event in Inside Weddings or under the press section on our website. Melissa has has such an eye for beauty and capturing the details we help our clients create.
Hilary chose Mindy Rice, who was able to create just what my bride wanted. Her colors were taupe, green and black, and the florals were both ethereal and classic! Brian & Brady Charette from BB-Photography captured the mood of this amazing wedding we did at the Historic Four Seasons Biltmore in Santa Barbara.