A perfect summer palette of raspberry and blush pinks, ivory, and lots of lush textures and greens for this lovely wedding at Sharon Mills. We even had amazing smelling fresh sage and raspberries in the bouquets - loving something different and special! Boutonnieres were a sweet mix of greens and herbs, and loved the pin on corsages, too - sweet, petite herbal bundles. The flower girl's all-foliage pomander was a unique, natural detail. And we loved decorating the arch put up by the groom and his father with olive and eucalyptus and blooms of color!
Thank you for the beautiful images by super awesome Melanie Reyes Photography.
Katie and Joe's Earhart Manor wedding was stylish and sophisticated and joyful and it was just such an honor to be a part of this celebration! Really - I have been thinking about this wedding all year since the summer and I am so grateful to Rachel Smaller Photography for sharing these images with me. These are truly stunning! And I am so excited to share them with you. Most of all, thank you Katie and Joe, and wishing you so much love and laughter.
So many details to love! This first look is so perfect! Katie's gold shoes! And and why not slip into a flower crown for the reception?
It was a perfect summer day on the farm for Alexa and Tony's wedding day at Zingerman's Cornman Farms. I just loved creating all these flowers with bold colors and textures - bold reds, oranges and raspberries along with blush and peach and lots of lush greens. We loved creating the ceremony decor at the front porch of the farmhouse - such a gorgeous space and adding foliage garlands and floral accent for a pop of color seemed so perfect. Thank you so much to the truly talented Melanie Reyes for these beautiful images - so many beautiful moments! Congratulations Tony and Alexa!
Loved this arch decoration for the ceremony - it's such a perfect spot, and a little eucalyptus foliage and floral accents at the top made it just so special!
Centerpieces included peach juliet, red piano, and raspberry tess garden roses together with peach ranunculus, white majolica spray roses, orange free spirit roses, white scabiosa, green thistle, ferns, fresh mint, and other textured foliages.
We did none of these flowers - all beautiful sugarwork by Zingermans! - and don't they look so amazing! A perfect match with the real thing!
This bouquet just makes me feel summer and sunshine, and oh, that's such a nice thought! It was so nice working with Laura & Mike on their wedding flowers for the wedding at St. Mary's Student Parish and reception at the Michigan League. I remember Laura describing that she wanted something unique and not overly trendy - and I was so excited about this brief! Her bouquet was full and lush and natural and a little bit classic and elegant, too. I loved this mix of colors with lavender little silver roses, caramel antique garden roses, burgundy astrantia, yellow freesia. Thank you so much BTW photography for these lovely images - beautiful images in the University of Michigan Law quad - quintessential Ann Arbor! Event coordination by Twofoot Creative. I was so humbled when Laura left me this review on WeddingWire:
We used Tracy for our wedding flowers. From the beginning Tracy was really easy to work with, and most importantly, honest about what our budget would realistically cover. In the end we DIY'ed our centerpieces to leave the budget for the personal flowers and a couple large arrangements for the ceremony. Although we were probably we spending less than her normal clients, I didn't feel like her customer service or attention was lacking.
Leading up to the wedding I began to get nervous that I hadn't spend enough time thinking about our arrangements or understanding exactly what we were getting, but the flowers blew me away. I loved my bouquet and the large centerpieces were gorgeous. I highly recommend working with Tracy, especially if you are a bride that is looking for one less thing to worry about.
Thank you Laura! It means so much to me that you loved your flowers, and warmest congratulations to you and Mike!