Alexa & Jordan

Brunch weddings are so great.  Really just great.  Partly being a morning person, but also because who doesn't love brunch?!  Mini pancakes, french toast kabobs and champagne with orange juice (Let's be real, I always skip the OJ).  This brunch wedding just about two weeks ago could not be more perfect!  Inspired by Rifle Paper Co (One of our favorite lines that we carry in the boutique) Alexa & Jordan styled their gorgeous and romantic morning wedding with the sweetest details.  Teamed with the stylish Estera Events, photographed by the sweet and talented Cristina G Photography, and hosted at the Four Season Hotel, well now, that's just perfection!

Congratulations to Alexa & Jordan!!!

Photo by Cristina G, Flowers by Fleur, peonies, garden roses, anemones, ranunuclus

Gilded seeded eucalyptus, garden roses, peonies, anemones, it's just so sweet.

Photo by Cristina G, Flowers by Fleur, hypericum boutonniere


Photo by Cristina G Photography, Bridesmaid bouquet by Fleur


Photo by Cristina G, flowers by Fleur, Romantic chuppah at the Four Seasons Hotel~~~

Photo by Cristina G, floral by Fleur, Place-card table~~~

Photo by Cristina G Photography, flowers by Fleur,


Occasionally the holidays feel like this:

That's a busy afternoon at Fleur.  And our little elves have been making some really beautiful arrangements.  Caleb made these, and on that last post.., Caitlin created the arrangement.




Today I learned something valuable.  No matter how much you need a cup of caffeine, do NOT stop in a bakery when you are hungry.  I guarantee you will walk out with one red velvet cupcake too many.



I was searching through my files for something and ended up forgetting what is was, because I started to think about these bouquets instead.  Some of my favorites of 2010.

That photo was by Pret a Poser Photography.  Garden roses.

This one is from Dean Thorsen. Everything about this makes me happy.  Especially the yellow peonies.

I took this photo.  I'm not sure what is the most exciting here, the black eye anemones, the scalloped ranunculus or the velvet ribbon.  It's frosty and delicious.

And once again the anemones.  Oh!  They're killing me!!!  And the begonia leaves.xo!  Thanks to Steve Koo for that image!


I just wrote two estimates that left me excited.  The last few weeks have been so busy, and yesterday Davey and I stayed in all day watching more movies for Horror Movie Month.  We hit up The Tingler & The Omen. It's gonna start to actually get scary from here on out.  In fact, possibly even tonight.


p.s.  i'm going to stop writing these posts in the evening when i'm tired.