Bri and Greg are from LA and when they came into town they asked to meet me at my studio and instantly I loved them. I was so honored to work with such laid back, rad people. When they mentioned their wedding was in Yosemite, I was trilled. Bri did ask for a color palette that took me out of my comfort zone. She wanted bright orange, red and burgundy to go with her brown, taupe and sky blue theme. This through me in for a ringer but I pulled it together and I am very pleased. Three other amazing things about this beautiful wedding was the coordinator Emily from Tasteful Tatters, Isaiah and Taylor photography and Evergreen Lodge. This venue and their sister venue are so fabulous, I would hands down work any wedding there no matter the budget or the clients. They are so friendly, on top of everything and accommodating to vendors I almost died.
Being an Earth sign I always gravitate to earthy tones and textures. I wonder how many Earth signs are florists? If I am not surrounded by natural elements I tend to freak out. I tried living in the desert which lasted for about a year before I realized I needed to be around water and greenery. Below are a few things I am inspired by.
I am not into Halloween like most people. I don't care to dress up or watch scary movies but I do love a reason to throw a party. This year I will be hosting a psychedelic, Marie Antoinette party. I love French vintage and wild concepts.
Below is my inspiration to host the party of the year in Grass Valley.
We are happy to announce we were featured once again on Junebug Weddings for our Art Nouveau Styled Shoot. If you haven't noticed we love dark and moody vibes. The best part is this shoot was how Art Deco met moody. The high glam dresses were an amazing against our wild bouquets. See below for the amazing team!