Lacee's Lovely Wedding Flowers

Lacee’s Lovely Wedding Flowers

I am beginning to have several weddings come up and this is my latest installment of my Fall Brides.  I met the bride, Lacee, at the Cotton Ginner’s event I designed flowers for several months ago. She was so adorable that when I found out she was engaged, I asked if she had a florist and handed her my card!

Soon afterward, I met with Lacee and we decided on the design of her wedding flowers.  She was insistent on using Guinea feathers and I was MORE than happy to oblige her! I love using anything out of the ordinary when designing flowers and for me, this was my first time using these lovely feathers… Since her colors would be apple green, black and white, I suggested we use spider mums and button mums for her bridesmaids and groomsmen.  And she wanted to use the elegant black mini calla lilies and white freesias in her bouquet.

Lacee was a delight to work with and she looked AMAZING on her wedding day!  Congratulations on your marriage Lacee, I wish you and your husband all the best!

lisianthus and eucalyptus berries
lisianthus in bloom & corsage fern
spider mums, button mums, carnations & the lovely feathers for the bridesmaids
polka dot ribbon compliments the feathers & a button mum with a pearl accent adds flair!
love the mini black callas!!!
with freesias and stock, this was one heavenly smelling bouquet!
Lacee had some rings and a tie pin from some family members she wanted worked in as the something old and something borrowed..I love it when my brides want to incorporate touches like this. Sweetly sentimental.
standard calla lilies, spider mums, roses in an antique silver 
and last but not least, the toss bouquet.  I like to have fun with these and I think I succeeded with this one!

those are button mums with pearl accents on the grip!

And to end the whole post on a dreamy note, I wanted to show you a fabulous picture of my bride, Lacee.  This was taken by Amanda Anderson from Red Frame Photography here in Lubbock, TX at the Garden & Arts Center in front of the original historic St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.  She is an amazing photographer as you can clearly see and she had a fabulous subject too! Become a fan on Facebook to check out more of her work and to stay abreast of her great specials! Thanks Amanda for the use of your picture!

These first two pictures are ones I took of Lacee’s bridal portrait bouquet.