Saturday, April 4, 2009

A Real DIY Wedding - Stacey & Eric are Married! / Sacramento Lake Tahoe Wedding Flowers Florist

What a beautiful indie bride Stacey was! It didn’t snow on her day, it did rain, but she told me that the rain let up enough for her and Eric to get some outdoors photos. She chose lovely green roses, orange spray roses, safflower, marigolds, sunflowers, barn red poms, and brought a vine and eucalyptus from home. To tie the bouquets together, she chose twine for a textural feeling. Even her dad pitched in to help make bouquets, and everything turned out lovely. She added dried lotus pods - which I provided to her - to her centerpieces for an autumn feel. Do you love her arbor? She said that each guest placed a flower on her arbor to show their support of her union with Eric.

Stacey was a great DIY bride. She had a good idea of what flowers she wanted, and asked for seasonal suggestions in her color palette. She didn’t get upset when the green sunflowers she really wanted for her wedding were not available at that time, nor were the brown eyed susans (just a little too late in the season, and not enough advance notice). She rolled with it when it rained on her day and she didn’t let the weather stop her from having a wonderful day. Cheers, Stacey & Eric, best wishes for a lifetime of happiness!

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