Kristin had the brilliant idea to have a photo shoot on the day that she had her trial run for hair and make-up. Why hasn’t anyone thought to do this before?! It’s another excuse to get all dolled up and rock your bridal gown on a day other than your wedding day. Sweet!
She included her mother and maid of honor. They all dressed up in their gorgeous dresses to pose for a few pictures at the mother of the bride’s home. They told me that they took their prom pictures in the same place!
Kristin was stunning in her bridal gown from Irini’s Originals. Nicole Ferrara of Ferrara Photography is the talented person who captured this special moment. The hand-tied bouquets consisted of roses, tulips, carnations, dusty miller, and evergreens. I love these rustic winter bouquets!
Thank you for allowing me to be a part of this fun photo shoot. I wanted to congratulate Kristin on her wedding. She was a beautiful bride!
Love is in the air! I hope that everyone had an incredible and romantic Valentine’s Day weekend. Here are some pictures from the orders that I received for Valentine’s Day. Did you get engaged over the holiday weekend? Or do you know someone who did? Contact me today to schedule a consultation.
It is cold, wet, and miserable outside today. But compared to all of the snow that we got last year, this winter has not been that bad. I was looking through some pictures from last winter and came across these. I was inspired by the snowy weather to create an untypical winter bouquet and boutonniere. I love the colors and textures.
What would you like in a winter bouquet? Does all white speak to you? Or red and green?
Kristin’s bridal shower was like a little touch of springtime in the middle of winter. Coral and peach colors with a rustic touch brought a warmness to this cold weather that we have been having lately in Delaware. The gorgeous Amsterdam roses are from the Cut Flower Exchange. The incredible cake with the rosette details was by Jessica at All About You Custom Cakes. I know from previous experience that her cakes are delicious!