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Category Archives: Flowers for Weddings

Larkspur… even the name is romantic

Today’s bride requested a bouquet of purple and green. I thought to myself, “Purple and green? How in the world am I going to make that pretty?” Then she asked for a head wreath. Ummmm, no. I know, I know, all the answers are supposed to be yes. It wasn’t easy to tell a bride […]

Wedding photographer’s mind at work…

I love my husband.  He’s a wonderful, kind, creative, brilliant, intuitive, charming man.  And I’ve known him for a while – since 1986 – so you’d think I would have some insight into the way his mind works.  Yet, he surprises me daily… usually in a good way, ha! The table was set for last […]

Wildflower Bouquet

The bride said, “I want my wedding bouquet to be filled with light, airy flowers… like you just walked out into a field and picked it.”  Ah, romance.  She loved it!

Purple Bride’s Bouquet

The bride asked for a purple bouquet.  How pretty is that!?  I love it.

Springtime in the Smokies!

Daffodils! Tahiti, Mint Julep, Sherborne, and Gentle Giant

And the bride’s bouquet was yellow

Bridal bouquet, in yellow

A Day in the Life of The Wedding Fairygodmother

Gorgeous berries so sweet they didn’t even need the candy, I dipped them in Ghirardelli semi-sweet chocolate (heaven help us) and topped each with a white chocolate ‘button’. Then dusted my grandmother’s pink crystal footed cake plate with powdered sugar, arranged the strawberries and ringed it all with baby’s breath.

Wedding Faeries in the Garden

The flower girls today were daughters of the bride and groom.  He came all the way from Sarasota, she came all the way from Thailand!  The two daughters are the same age and were just exquisite little wood sprites that decorated the garden.  They danced from flower to flower like butterflies!  It was beautiful to […]

Making a Bridal Bouquet for a Smoky Mountain Elopement!

Step-by-step instructions for making a bride’s bouquet, made at Timberwolf Creek for a Smoky Mountain Elopement.

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