With Valentine’s Day right around the corner I thought it would be the perfect time to post a few of the images the O’Malleys captured on Kristi and Todd’s wedding day. It isn’t often that I work with raspberry reds, corals and shades of pink together, but I loved the combination and how it popped from Kristi’s dress. We used garden roses, ranunculus, raspberries on the vines, plums on the branches, clematis, dahlias, baptisia and trailing vines. The combination was perfect for a summer celebration, and inspiring for Valentine’s Day.
The Spring Martha Stewart Weddings Magazine has hit the stands this week and we not only have a 10 page featured wedding, but we were also named one of the top 62 floral designers in the country! We feel so blessed and privileged to be part of this publication, and so excited to finally share this rainbow wedding we did this past summer. Here is a little peak at the article, but make sure to pick up the magazine to see the full spread!
Thank you Martha Stewart for all of the love and for coming to be part of Hanna and Bret’s wedding.
People often ask how we get inspired when designing a wedding. For Lauren and Kelan’s wedding the inspiration started with a bulletin board in a coffee shop. Lauren had filled it with actual “pins” of the colors, textures and flowers and brought it to our meeting. Although I think she was a bit embarrassed to lug in an actual bulletin board, I loved it. This is exactly what enabled me to wrap my brain around the mood she envisioned for their big day.
I snapped this picture below from that first design meeting. It’s fun to look back on her original inspiration, and see how it inspired her entire wedding design.