Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Sneak Peak...

Here are a few photos that I stole from Facebook of the wedding I did at the ZLAC Rowing Club on October 16th. The venue was adorable, very "Men's Lodge-y". It had a distinguished feel with the wood paneled walls and the fireplace with the dark mantel. VERY CUTE!!! The guinea feathers that I used in the centerpieces and the brides bouquet really brought out that manly feel while still being elegant and very feminine. I loved every bit of it!!!

Plus the bride was such a sweetheart and such a pleasure to work with. I was very honored to be part of her and her new husbands day.

From Exquisite Blooms

From Exquisite Blooms

From Exquisite Blooms

From Exquisite Blooms

The flowers we used were: ruby red gerber daisies, white gerber daisies, red calla lilies, red "freedom" roses, white roses, white stephanotis (in the brides bouquet only) and guinea feathers as the black and white accent. Black and white polka dots were the mini theme of the wedding and everything tied together perfectly. Daniela you did a great job with all the small details, very impressive!!!

I can't wait to see the Professional photos :)

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Pink and Orange accented with Lime Green

Well I got the PRO pics from the bride of the Rancho Bernardo Inn wedding and here are a few; to see all of them click here. I was also the coordinator for this wedding and had such a wonderful time working with Lindsay and Adam and their families. These pictures are courtesy of Avery Helm and he also was a pleasure to work with.

Thank you to everyone who I met at the Rhine/Petersen wedding!!!

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Exquisite Blooms flowers in a Magazine!

Remember that "Small Beach Wedding" from last month? Well it was featured in Pacific San Diego Magazine this month!!! And while the article is not about the flowers or anything of that nature, they still have pics of the beautiful bride and her bouquet. It was a bloom bouquet made from gladiola blooms then wrapped in raffia and accented with tiny starfish to match the centerpieces. Check it out below...

P.S. this is a really cool local magazine that I have been picking up lately and I think you all should too!