Happy Anniversary Elizabeth & Trevor! I can’t believe it’s already been a whole year since we celebrated your wedding day at Cafe Pinot in DTLA!
I loved creating Elizabeth’s bouquet in a neutral cream/blush palette full of fresh local garden roses from Grace Rose Farm. My whole studio smelled delicious!
These two were so much fun to work with, and they really took the time to enjoy their wedding day (and ride that giant slide at Oue Sky Space in all their wedding finery.)
Some first look magic at The Bonaventure.
And talk about #babes- this photo of Elizabeth and her bridesmaids is one of my faves.
So many beautiful (sparkly) details.
And these sparkly shoes b/c post-wedding dancing SHOULD be taken very seriously!
Little man stole my signature move, but I won’t hold it again him.
More sweet things.
And maybe THE sweetest thing. I love when I get to know my couples’ family and it was so much fun to have Elizabeth’s mom and sister join us on their flower market tour during the design process.
These two! 🙂
I had a lot of fun creating this library card catalog seating card set-up- Elizabeth & Trevor chose a different movie quote for every single guest!
They combined their love of books with movies and so I created these custom film reel table names to help guests find their seat.
Happy Anniversary Elizabeth & Trevor! I hope your first year of marriage was fun + fantastic just like you two!
Venue: Cafe Pinot / Photography: Mike Arick Photography / Planning: Galas by Gerry Events / Floral Design, Styling + Custom Decor: Winston & Main / Rentals: Town & Country Event Rentals / TMMPRO: Event Lighting / Band: Lucky Devils
Holy Bouquet Batman!
I owe you all a serious apology for sitting on this one for so dang long!
My lush, romantic, and textural florals really bloom against the industrial backdrop of The Garage Burbank, and Victoria’s photos are always some of my favorite.
This gorgeous shoot was designed by my pal Jason Lloyd. I love love love how he hand-dyed the gauzy table runner. Swoon!
Now let’s talk about this queen.
She’s large and most definitely in charge, not to mention full of gorgeous premium wedding blooms!
This luxury centerpiece features peonies, dahlias, ranunculus, romantic antike garden roses, astilbe, and some of the best scabiosa I’ve ever got my little florist’s paws on.
Dutch Masters + donuts FTW.
Love his smile, that bowtie, and that bout!
Boutonnieres are always one of my favorite details because each one is a tiny piece of art.
Sorry, this seat’s taken.
Cecile’s Paper Co. strikes again with this fabulous acrylic invitation suite.
See more of Courtney’s beautiful work on her own wedding shower paper goods with floral design by yours truly right here.
Wanna see even more gorgeous french wedding inspiration?
Dutch Masters with Donuts? Suuuuuuper lush luxury blooms?
There’s more to see in our porfolio.
Check out our feature over on Cake and Lace Blog!
Venue: The Garage / Photography: Victoria Gold Photography / Event Design: By Jason Lloyd / Florals: Winston & Main / Invitations & Menu: Cecile’s Paper Co. / Table Top Rentals: diy La Bride / Dress: Kirsten Paige / Accessories: The Blushing Bird / Cocktails: Calicraft Cocktails / Hair & Makeup: Create Facee / Desserts: California Donuts, ‘Lette Macarons / Models: Holly & Martin
Oh hi there.
I’m just taking a little sit down here among the flowers.
SO many flowers.
ALL the flowers.
See what I mean?
This would be a good time to mention that when we arrived, the truck was parked against an ugly black privacy screen. My heart died a little to think of ALL THAT FLOWER MAGIC wasted on an ugly backdrop.
Have we talked about my LOVE for photography? I thought so.
We confirmed that the truck was not moving, got 75% through the install, and the event organizers decided the truck had to move.
It was 9:30am and 99 billion degrees at this point, but I didn’t even care once I saw where we were moving!
It was like the sky opened and flower-lovin-angels burst into song. (snap by me)
The flower explosion + vintage Chevy make my heart so happy.
Also, this is how I like to imagine my life looks at all times! 🙂
Why I really do yoga.
Werkin those flowers.
Details. Details. Details.
Of course I had to put a flower on the license plate.
Another reason I do yoga.
Or…a natural born camper.
You decide. 🙂
Thanks for reading y’all!
Event: Alt 98.7 Summer Camp at The Queen Mary for Don Julio Tequila / Photography: Altar Image Photography / Floral Design + Styling: Winston & Main