Monday, November 14, 2011

I'm so behind!

Oh dear. I'm really behind on SO many post from summer and fall weddings. It was one of La Fleur's busiest wedding seasons, and I've been taking some much needed time off. I've been laying around eating cookies and playing with my babes. Bliss. Now back to business.... I'm already booking weddings for 2012 so please give me a call or email me for a consultation.

Here is a gorgeous purple wedding!

The Canyon's

These simple photographs of mine do not do justice to the beauty of this wedding! I've got to get my hands on some professional pics. These colors, varieties and textures are my most favorite to work with. I used roses, rose hips, black agonis, billy balls, sunflowers, mini calla lilies, curly willow, hydrangea, celosia and dahlias.

This gorgeous wedding was held up at Red Pine Lodge at The Canyon's Resort. It's not the easiest of set up's (picture me and my team running back and forth loading up the gondola as it's moving, trying to get everything in without smashing all the beautiful blooms!). Serious sweat running down my face. Quite a site I'm sure. The location is well worth it though. Gorgeous mountain views!

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Parisian with a touch of Mountain.

This wedding was up at Stein Eriksen Lodge. Wow, one of the most beautiful venues (stay tuned for many more weddings held at this same venue!). The bride wanted a Parisian feel with a touch of mountain. We came up with a white, cream and lavender color scheme. Love how it all turned out. The chuppah was inspired by a picture the bride found, but I added my own touches. I used garden roses, roses, lavender, russian sage, dahlias, variegated pitt, & ivy.

Good thing it was easy to move the dinner indoors, because this sucker blew over when a giant storm blew by.

Just a few gorgeous bridal bouquets! The yellow bouquet was created for a photo shoot for the upcoming issue of Utah Bride & Groom.

A classic white, red & black color scheme.

Friday, September 16, 2011


All these bright colorful bouquets are so much fun! We used circus roses, freesia, mini calla lilies, dendrob. orchids, buplerum, hypericum berries and hydrangeas. The large flower balls for the ceremony turned out so gorgeous! I love Sundance for weddings, one of my favorite venues. p.s. I really need to find another spot to take pictures, other than my dining room table!


Wow! I love using hydrangea for weddings. It's one of the most common flowers I use in my designs. I just love the full fluffy mounds, yum. This was for a wedding up at Millcreek Inn. All the greens, purples and blues look so lovely against the trees.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Mexican Flavors!

My friend Kathryn got married at the end of June and I was so honored to create the flowers for her big day. This was a ever changing process but finally everything came together and the results are stunning! Kathryn and her husband had traveled to Mexico during their engagement and fell in love with the culture, colors and food. They really wanted to incorporate their love for Mexico within their wedding design. Lauren from Saucy & Kitch did such an amazing job with the planning and coordinating. I haven't seen the professional images yet...I'm dying to see those!

The ceremony was held at the 15th Street Gallery. What a lovely white clean space. We kept personal flowers in shades of yellow, gray, and greens. Lots of favorite! I also used billy balls, scabiosa pods, ranunculus, dahlias, and mini calla lilies.

The reception site was transformed into a funky Mexican paradise. I loved all the details!

Saturday, July 30, 2011

The gorgeous bridal bouquet!

Bridesmaid Bouquets.

Tables had clusters of vases with various blooms.

Flower Girl kissing ball.

The bright color combination of this wedding was stunning! Held at a farmhouse in Bountiful it was a beautiful setting.

Park City Mountain Resort

Britney's wedding up in a meadow above Park City was so beautiful. We had to ride the lift up to set up, so we limited the ceremony flowers to small bunches tied onto the chairs going down the aisle. After set up, I grabbed my tool bag and jumped onto the Alpine Slide and zoomed down to set up the reception flowers. What a way to exit.

The color scheme was dark eggplant, purple, white and chartreuse green. A lovely color combo for summer months. The bride wanted a floating flower centerpiece and I really like how they turned out. Simple, but just a little bit different than the norm. We used mini calla lilies, orchids, gerber daisies, hydrangea, hypericum berry, and roses.