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Every once in a while I hear, “He doesn’t want to wear a boutonniere. Too girly.” Seriously. I makes me want to laugh when someone says wearing a flower will make their man less manly. All I can think about is Cary Grant. He was the epitome of suave manliness, urbane class and cutting wit. And yes, he was often seen wearing a boutonniere. Continue reading
I would like to introduce Diana and Alan. They were married at The Mills College Chapel followed by a sweet, personal and refined reception at the Alumnae House at Mills College. Continue reading
A while back I went with her to a wedding to act as her second shooter. As I was unloading the cameras, she came over to me and whispered, “Don’t tell them you are a florist!” Why? Because there was a major floral disaster happening in the kitchen of the bride’s home and my friend did not want to lose her second shooter if they enlisted me to help fix the problems. Continue reading
The wedding world has an unique, and sometimes, confusing language. If I told you, “I think your overlays would look amazing with the up-lighting especially if you add the gobo in the shape of moon-lit branches.” You might think I had started speaking in tongues. To eliminate some of the confusion I present the first in many posts on “Wedding Terminology and Definitions”. Today we are focusing on Floral and Decor. Please let me know if there is a term you have heard that I have missed. Continue reading
Designed by the bride website features the most amazing tools for visualizing your wedding flowers. The site allows you to click on pictures of flowers, flip or re-size them and drop them on to a empty field and build your design. Seriously, I could spend hours on this site mocking up bridal bouquets, centerpieces and wedding cakes. Continue reading