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  • August30th

    Today was a fun day. I’m a huge fan (note: blog-stalker) of Tine Hoffman, of TM Photography, here in Cincinnati… super cool chick and WAY talented. I spent the afternoon with Tine in her studio while she shot a few arrangements to update the photos for my website and print material. I totally had a blast watching her creative genius at work.

    There are a few “teaser” pics on her blog (click here). I literally squealed out loud a little when I saw them! I’ll post more in detail about the different bouquets once I get the photos, but be sure to check out Tine’s blog in the meantime.

    Thanks, Tine… for letting me be a total geek over your work, for sharing your amazing talent with me and for finally clearing up my confusion on how to properly pronounce your name!
  • August19th

    Just got some shots from Rachel & Scott’s wedding on July 5th, 2008. All photos are courtesy of Mark Ferguson Photography.

    It’s always fun to see how the flowers play into the overall feel of a couple’s wedding day. One look at these pictures and you can see how fun and vibrant these guys are.

    I love detail shots!

    The weather was really cooperative allowing all these great outside photos.


    I always like “reusing” flowers whenever and wherever possible. The flowers on the cake were actually pieces from the altar arrangements at the ceremony (which were brought to the reception to decorate the gift table and the guest book table).

    Miss Aubree was so proud to be included in the wedding. She arrived early and wanted to show me her freshly painted toes and pretty hair. She followed me down every pew as I added the flowers and ribbon and was very receptive to being my “helper”. We made butterflies out of pipe cleaners and tied bows with the pink satin ribbon. And once she put her fancy dress on… well anyone who would watch got to see how pretty it twirled. Seriously, she was absolutely ADORABLE!
  • August13th


    Update: Received a few pictures from Lauren. Doesn’t she just look happy and gorgeous?!
    Lauren and Rick were the sweetest couple to work with. They had an intimate afternoon wedding at the Ft. Mitchell Country Club. Their friends and family were heavily involved in every detail and it was one of those events where you could really feel there was something special in the room. Lauren chose a cornflower blue and white color scheme incorporating hydrangea and calla lilies – we then carried the theme throughout. The dresses, linens, centerpieces, cake (courtesy of Fantasy in Frosting), ceremony decor… everything carried that feeling of timeless, classic elegance. I hope to have a few more photos in the next several weeks to share with you all the charming details!