Thanksgiving brings three things to mind for me… family, food and football. Elizabeth and Mike’s Villa Catalana wedding may not have featured a lot of pigskin but it did feature a delicious meal served family style, sunshine, smiles, kind hearts, long lengths of garland and an unbelievably beautiful setting caught on film by the talented Amanda Marie.
Here’s to holding those we love close and a weekend dedicated to celebrating gratitude, food, family (and football.) HAPPY THANKSGIVING!READ MORE
Alix and Cameron’s wedding was held in July at Illahee Hills Country Club in Salem, Oregon. The theme was classic and romantic in shades of white and green… a look that I always love! A variety of different centerpieces style and a lush floral chandelier of garden roses, ranunculus, clematis, green blueberries and blackberries, smilax vines and herbs set the tone.
Congratulations Alix and Cameron! Thank you for letting us be a part of your wedding!READ MORE
Will and Nicole are not only two gorgeous people but also two of the sweetest people we’ve had the pleasure to work with. Their classic white and green wedding at the Ecotrust Building reflected not only their love of beautiful flowers but also a thoughtful approach to sourcing locally and seasonally flowers and food. On a lighter note, may we all bow down to Nicole’s incredible style!
Congratulations Mr and Mrs Naito!READ MORE
Susie and Nick’s September wedding at Waverly Country Club was one of my favorites of the season! Classic and pretty with loads of charm the flowers matched the venue, and the clients, perfectly. Congratulations Susie and Nick! And thank you for letting us take a part in your day!READ MORE
How adorable are Kelly and Johnmark on their misty wedding day? Oftentimes rainy day wedding day photos are some of my favorite! So glad we chose a cheery and seasonal mix of peonies, mint, hosta, ranunculus, anemones and sweet peas to reflect their spirits on their wedding day!READ MORE
Molly and Lance were married just this past Saturday at the GORGEOUS Maysara vineyard in McMinnville, Oregon. For their flowers we went with a classic, romantic look of blush peonies and tall maple and flowering branch centerpieces. Massive thank you’s to Yasmin Khajavi Photography for sharing this sneak peek with us!READ MORE
Summer 2015 was full of some really incredible, unique weddings and this one definitely falls near the top! Working alongside Nora at Bridal Bliss and the team at The Oregon Golf Club we were tasked with the mission of adding greenery and a garden aesthetic to the otherwise blank slate (a great blank slate at that) of the white tent at the Club. Boxwood walls and vine covered chandeliers served double duty of adding texture and color to the space. Tall wooden pedestals topped with japanese maple, golden lanterns, wooden farm tables, charming lounge areas and a dessert bar to die for were the finishing touches for this very special couple.
It takes a village my friends! And it’s pretty great when that village is a group of the best professionals in town who also happen to be our friends! Links in names…
Venue and Catering- The Oregon Golf Club
Coordination and Design- Bridal Bliss
Photography- Ben Pigao
Linens- La Tavola
Lounge Furniture- Classic Vintage Rentals
Other Rentals- Peter Corvallis
Aly and Nick were married last August at Shadow Hills Country Club in Junction City just outside of Eugene. There were so many gorgeous details to this wedding including the floral chandelier in the bar area, bed of hydrangea for escort cards and the wooden chuppah (made by the groom!)
Congratulations to Aly and Nick and thank you for letting us be a part of your gorgeous day!
Special thank you’s also go out to Katy at Bridal Bliss who coordinated and designed the event as well as Amanda K Photography for these gorgeous images!
It takes a village… (Click on name for links!)
Photography- Amanda K Photographic
Coordination- Bridal Bliss
Rentals- The Party Place
Venue/Catering- Shadow Hills Country Club
Draping- West Coast DrapeREAD MORE
We’re currently interviewing candidates to become part of our 2016 wedding season team! We’ll be adding one experienced floral designer to help with prep, delivery and setups for weddings as well as one assistant to help with deliveries, setups and cleanups. Applicants are required to have a current drivers license, positive attitude and, of course, a love for flowers!
Please email resumes to Jordan at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!READ MORE
Julie and Chris were married last June at the incredible space at Yale Union in SE Portland. We kept the flowers light and bright in shades of butter yellow, blush, cream and green for a seasonal, fun feel. One of my favorite details of the day were the eclectic wooden chairs from Something Borrowed Vintage Rentals that were used for both the ceremony and reception. Dinner was served family style at long wooden farm tables that we accented with flowers in vintage medicine bottles and gold compote vases. Congratulations Julie and Chris and thank you for letting us take a part in your beautiful day!READ MORE