Romantic Distillery Wedding

Traci was such a lovely bride to work with, and her wedding was a beautiful depiction of her kind, loving spirit. (Despite the massive wind gusts that came through 10 minutes before the ceremony and almost tore apart the whole ceremony installation. But we were able to save it, so we won't talk about that today...) This couple came to Park City for their mountain wedding because they love the natural environment, and the rustic elegance of this setting. They incorporated a lot of personal family details, including Traci's mom's wedding veil that she wore for the ceremony. The palette was kept subtle with whites and ivories, melting gracefully into yellow, and lots of greenery. We took a less is more approach and designed deconstructed tablescapes of hand dyed silk topped with trailing vines, artichokes, and tons of antique brass candlesticks. 

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Photogrpahy: D'Arcy Benincosa
Flower and Styling: Amber Reverie

Old Home Love

Recently, we moved to the charming old town of American Fork, Utah. And lucky for us, we have some of the coolest neighbors who make their living off restoring old houses, which is a huge passion of mine. Any and Candis of Old Home Love also has a beautiful book, another on the way, and you may have seen them a couple months ago when they gave away a beautiful restored house on Facebook. (Yes, really!! It's around the corner from us, so we got to watch the whole transformation.) I've created flowers for a few of their spaces, and last spring they asked me to create dramatic flowers for their One Room Challenge master bedroom reveal. 

You can see the full reveal, with before and afters, here.