Each bouquet we design is as unique as the bride who carries it!
I love finishing a bouquet with a special family item such as a handkerchief from Grandma.
It’s such a satisfying process to go from an initial consultation with a couple, getting a feel for their style, color scheme, etc. to ordering the freshest seasonal product and then bringing it all together with the creation of finished florals.
Jessica’s bouquet (5/21/16) of O’Hara garden roses, ranunculus, stock, dusty miller, astilbe and more.
Stacy’s bouquet in white, beige and hints of gold. I had fun finding this vase to complete the look at the reception.
Maureen selected succulents and Juliet garden roses for her bouquet in a rustic, barn setting.
Another great perk to designing wedding florals~ visiting so many unique and beautiful venues! Each location dictates a different tone for the ceremony and reception decor.
Maureen and Alek were married May 21st at a rustic setting in Howell, MI.
Stacy and Michael were married May 20th at The Gandy Dancer, Ann Arbor, MI.
Preeta and Bradley were married May 21st and held their reception on the outdoor patio at The Gandy Dancer.
Well, it’s post Mother’s Day and the store felt a bit cleaned out (which is always a good sign:)) so I went on a plant shopping spree to renew the energy and “green up” the space. We’ve been busy potting different combinations and displaying all of our oxygen producing friends. Let us know which one is perfect for you! 810-227-9500
Angel Vine Hoops (love these!)
One of a variety of European gardens available in tins and baskets.
Not sure what to give as a gift? You can never go wrong with the lasting and green power of plants!
Ever popular succulents waiting to be picked up individually or planted in a container.
A great option when you want something lasting…succulents arranged in a low tray with accents of fresh and dried foliage and moss.
These beauties are 6″ across and full of blooms- dinner plate echeveria.
Air plants are available in two different sizes. They can be incorporated into your home decor in so many fun ways! All they need to survive is oxygen and a bit of humidity.
Bromeliads and anthuriums along with a mini planter in a love bird container.