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.

Loved this wedding. I think I say that every blog post! The beautiful ceremony was held in a Hindu Temple out in South Jordan. What a peaceful place. I don't think I've ever been so relaxed setting up a wedding ceremony. The scent of incense, the chanting of the faithful, it was all so wonderful. To bad it was really hot and I had sweat pouring down my forehead. I made a lush garland of carnations and marigolds to drape over the Mandap.

The reception was held up at Log Haven. The bride wanted a tropical feel to her flowers with lots of bright colors. I used protea, kangaroo paw, birds of paradise, snake grass, bear grass, gerber daisies, lilies, ti leaves, and curly willow branches. All the centerpieces were a little different which makes things a bit more interesting.

Thursday, July 7, 2011


Love this bright color scheme! Orange, white, blue and pink. We used hydrangea, tulips, peonies, roses, calla lilies, hypericum berry, and orchids.


Just a fun bouquet for a bridal sitting.


Love this eclectic vintage style look. We used old jars, milk glass and other various vases. The look was to be a bit retro/vintage with a garden like feel. I think we did a good job capturing the brides vision. We used delphinium, queen anne's lace, poppy pods, roses, hydrangea, kermit mums, freesia, and dahlias.


Ack! I'm so behind on my blogging! La Fleur has been very busy with weddings this late Spring and Summer. Stay tuned to see some amazing weddings. The first wedding I'm going to highlight is Maria's. She was such a lovely bride! Please forgive me for my horrible photography. I really need to get a hold of Duston Todd to see some of the images he captured. I didn't even take one photograph on the bridal bouquet. It was a cascading style with calla lilies, orchids, peonies, hydrangeas and more! I don't do a lot of cascading style bouquets but I think it turned out beautiful. More an more brides are choosing that loose cascading style.

The beautiful reception was held at the Downtown Marriott. We used shades of pink, ivory and green. Flowers used were peonies (so beautiful!) orchids, calla lilies, roses, & freesia.