Pip and Brian (part 2)

Remember those amazing photos a few posts back from Pip and Brian's engagement session?  I didn't want to ruin the surprise by giving away too many, because they were featured on Style Me Pretty.  Take a peak, it's just gosh darn adorable! Jennifer Kathryn & Jaclyn Simpson took these wonderful photos at Videnovich Farms.  Pip & Brian were so much fun to work with.  And we also set up a mock up of some potential ideas for a weddings table.  Ranunculus, garden roses, billy balls, lilac doubled tulips, smoke bush, fever few and a few additional wildflowers formed a bouquet, boutonniere and filled vintage blue vases.  Lace and yellow ribbon draped across the table with yellow goblets for drinks.  Blue mason jars completed the flowers with additional votive candles.  The blue, yellow & white color palette is so much fun to work with.  The mixture of cool and warm palettes paired with neutral white leave the atmosphere as being almost void of season.  You can really used it any time of the year.

So, enjoy this post and be sure to look at the others featured at Style Me Pretty for more.

Have a wonderful and relaxing weekend and enjoy the days as summer slowly moves into autumn!

~ xo ~

Billy & Amanda

Billy & Amanda are some very dear friends of mine.
This past spring they were wed in Red Rock, Nevada.
Everything about this wedding was beautiful,
simple and so well done.
The flowers were shipped out with our
little caravan of friends and made the afternoon before.
These are just a few images from friend and
photographer, Dave Neville.
Because we have "that" kind of sense of humor, Amanda
and I agreed that Billy's boutonniere needed to have some
Billy Ball's included.  Billy Balls are also
called caspedia.  There is no nice way about them.
Billy & Amanda love to fish, so we included little fishing flies
into the boutonnieres.
Amanda's bouquet was kept in the ice bucket while we
drove out to the desert in a limo, while sipping
champagne.  Because that's just
the way we roll.
The starkness and simplicity of the two small ceremony
arrangements was a really great accent to the
gorgeous and vast landscape.
Congratulations to Billy and Amanda!