Tag: peonies

As a follow up to our last post, we’re sharing with you today a few peony worthy alternatives- in case you aren’t getting married in late spring/ early summer.
In my humble opinion, these three alternatives are just as worthy to get the spotlight in a bride’s bouquet. (more…)

Hands down peonies are an all time favorite with brides everywhere. And it’s not hard to wonder why- (more…)

Imagine my excitement as I opened my inbox this morning to find these goodies sent over by the lovely Maria Silva 🙂 What a perfect way to start the day!

Paul and Deanna were married in June on a gorgeous Saturday in a beautiful cathedral in Albany, NY. We were so honored to take part in planning their special day, knowing that it was going to be a fantastic event.

After going back and forth with the colors for the day, she settled on blush pinks and whites. The final results were breath-taking. See for yourself.

Bridal Bouquet: White Peonies, David Austin “Patience” Roses, White Freesia, white hydrangea.

Bridesmaids bouquets: 3 different bouquets with a mixture of Pink Peonies, David Austin “Phoebe” and “Miranda” roses, Pink mini callas, pink spray roses, Pink Lisianthus, & Dusty miller.

Be sure to visit Maria Silva Photography for more amazing photos of their special day.

Congratulations Paul and Deanna. Wishing you many years of blessings and happiness.

Married on a gorgeous Saturday June day, this lovely couple is as vibrant and fun-loving as their colors for their wedding- Watermelon Pink and Green.  Congrats Tanya & Serge!

Bride Bouquet: Pink Peonies, Pink Roses, Pink Freesia

Bridesmaid Bouquets: Cream Roses, Green Chrysanthemums, Green spray Roses, Seeded Eucalyptus.

For more photos from their wedding day & Engagement shoot, head over to Aleksandr Verbetsky Photography.

A few more snaps from my Iphone:

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 primer before applying the spray paint and some of the paint chipped pretty quickly, so remember the primer!