Author: tshut

Jen & Tim || Basketball Hall Of Fame

Jen & Tim were married on a crisp October Saturday in a beautiful New England church. The bride carried a modern bouquet of white roses, green hydrangeas with a pop of color from the purple centered calla lilies.We chose to bring in rich shades of reds, purples and pinks for the bridesmaid bouquets to compliment Read More …

Fresh Christmas Wreaths

With wedding season over, and the Christmas season quickly upon us, we’ve added extra hours in our workshop to make these fresh foraged beauties. If you’re in the area, stop by Zuber’s Deli in Westfield MA for a yummy bite and pick up a wreath for your door. We are also happy to take custom Read More …

All things Green

In honor of St. Patrick’s day, this week’s class was all about the green. Florist and designer Bob taught about making line mass arrangements. Principles of line mass arrangements: Line Mass arrangements combine strong lines of Japanese styles with massed effect of European design for a clean an uncluttered look, with definite line, a well-defined Read More …

Wednesday Evenings

Exciting news! The ladies have signed up for a floral class. Every Wednesday evening for the next 6 weeks we will be putting our creative minds to use in a class led by florist owners and local designers. I’m looking forward to spending time with the sisters and also developing skills in a part of Read More …

Personalize it.

One of my absolute favorite elements about weddings today are that brides are finding creative ways to personalize their special day. I love seeing all the detail and “personal/home-made/DIY’ed” items that have been tastefully incorporated into their event…. And come to think of it, those details typically take the spotlight when others describe the event Read More …

Outdoor Field Wedding

Looking through last year’s wedding folders, I came across these beauties. The wedding was held outdoors in Vermont on a gorgeous August Sunday. The bride was considering using silk arrangements but reconsidered and allowed us to create the florals for the wedding party. These are the only few photos I snapped on the front lawn Read More …

Paint Dipped

I’ve been seeing a lot of this technique popping up everywhere from weddings & parties to home decor and even jewelry. And it’s no surprise because it’s the prefect way to add a splash of color and makeover ordinary items. Take a look at these paint dipped goodies. I’m loving the gold on the drinking Read More …

Glass Bottle Vase DIY

We’re always looking for crafty ways to reuse everyday items around the home and for events. And who doesn’t have a full recycling bin of glass bottles at home? Here’s a simple and cute vase DIY. Materials include clean glass bottles, a can of spray paint, and some ribbon. Enjoy! ** Unfortunately I didn’t use Read More …

First signs…

The first signs of spring showed up at our home this week! In addition to picking up the firsts of Ranunculus, we have been meeting with clients for 2012 weddings. Nothing screams spring more than meeting with anxious and excited brides. We love it! We’ve got some great weddings to look forward to and exciting Read More …

Jeremy & Lyla

Hi there! Today’s post features a wedding from August Twenty-Eleven. The couple Jeremy & Lyla, will probably forever remember the day not only because they were tying the knot, but also because Hurricane Irene brought them some planning havoc the day before. Talk about last minute changes! In her own words Lyla describes, ” Hurricane Read More …