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Lately, I've been spending a lot of time of time perusing pictures of wedding flowers. "Why?" you might ask. Well, no, I'm not getting married again.  However, I am helping two other couples do so.  I'm so honored and excited to announce that I have been hired to create and design the flowers and decor for two different weddings coming up in May.  These are my first weddings to do (aside from my own and my sister's), and I couldn't be happier.  One will be held right outside Atlanta, GA and the other will be in Santa Rosa, FL.  I am beyond thrilled to help these two lovely ladies achieve the special days they've always dreamed of. 

While doing some research for their events, I couldn't help but reminisce over my own wedding day.  It will be our two year anniversary April 24, and it really does seem just like yesterday. 

A Victorian home over 100-years-old was just the right setting for our reception.  And since it was just a walk across the boardwalk from the beach where our ceremony took place, it couldn't have been a more perfect location. 

As you may have guessed from the title of this site, I love hydrangeas and made sure they had a big presence on my day.  I didn't want the standard, mostly white bouquet so I made mine with antique hydrangeas and mini green hydrangeas.

Hydrangeas also made their way into the little details-the cake topper, the door wreath and the bridesmaids bouquets.

Roses and asiatic lilies were incorporated with the hydrangeas for the centerpieces.  I wanted a clean and classic look, and I couldn't have been happier with how my arrangements turned out.

Ahhh I can't wait for May!


Images by Leslie Roark Photography

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