They're married now, so its okay to combine their names. They are one.
Way back when, Taylor had asked me to help with the flowers at the happy event. I eagerly said yes, because I love any excuse to decorate, arrange and have fun with flowers. Plus I knew Taylor would be a great bride to work with. The first project was her bridal bouquet for pictures. This was the test run. I think it turned out gorgeous. So did her pics by Matt McElligott.
For the wedding, she decided on a very eclectic, laid back look. I loved her take on "colors." She chose a palette of colors and just let everything fall into place. For the table decor nothing really matched per se, but we had a general theme. Glass bottles and burlap. Twine and baby's breath. Herbs and rustic colors.
|The baby's breath hanging out in the fridge.|
|Lots of bottles all over our porch. One man's junk....|
|Can be used beautifully!|
|This was the lay out for the tables... just to make sure I had enough to go around.|
|My sink full of FLOWERS. Best its ever looked.|
|Bridesmaids putting together their bouquets.|
|The finished bouquets... so much happiness!|
|The next day, Evan and I packed up to get to the venue bright and early.|
|This is where the husband and the truck came in handy.|
|The work station. I took this kitchen over!|
|A few pics of how it looked: The cake and desert table.|
|A few weeks before we made the moss balls. The hard work paid off, they add a fun touch. To make: get styrofoam balls, moss and lots of hot glue. Make huge mess. Done.|
|Very laid back and natural... like Taylor!|
|Bride and her maids with their personalized bouquets.|
|Luis and Anna (our good friends) and my wonderfully helpful husband.|