Hello, hello! You guys, it’s been a solid ten years since I last blogged, and by “blogged” I mean publish my thoughts on terra cotta for my humanities class in tenth grade. Yeah, something everyone wants to read about, right? Mhmm.
That being said, I am beyond excited to write about all things flowers, the amazing couples I work with and maybe a few helpful tips here and there for fellow flower homies and couples who are looking for a florist. Yay!
Back in October, a bride got in touch with me because her and her fiancé were eloping in three days, in a hot air balloon, in Del Mar! How spectacular does that sound? So dreamy. Anyway, this adorable French bride wanted something different and unique to her love story. She wanted something romantic yet bright, and so we married the two (pun intended)!
I love(d) this bouquet. To this very day, I have warm fuzzy feels for it deep down. Those coral charm peonies were huge, the dahlias were saturated with these sunset tones and the delphinium were an out-of-this-world blue. The Japanese butterfly ranunculus were these perfect iridescent nougats that made the bouquet that much more special (+ boutonnière really pop).
Ugghhhhh, I can stare at these pictures all day, they’re too beautiful! The oh-so-talented Luisa Renay captured this couple and these flowers to perfection. I am eternally grateful to her for referring me to this couple, without ever meeting each other! It’s a big deal. The Instagram community has been so welcoming and so much more positive than I was anticipating. The support has been astounding - creatives and locals! I am so excited to have more opportunities like this in the future.