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  • October29th

    I have been waiting over a month to share this! Several weeks back I posted about doing a photo shoot with the always fabulous Tine Hofmann of TM Photography. Tine posted a few teasers on her blog and it caught the eye of one of the editors at Southern Weddings. The ladies over at Southern Weddings have a real eye for weddings and showcase some of the most lavish events, top notch vendors and professionals and always offer some serious eye candy.

    I’m super excited and seriously humbled to be included on their blog (see article here). If you haven’t already been stalking their blog, bookmark it and start… every day is as fab as the next. Thanks Rachel, Laura and the rest of the team at SWS and best of luck with your new site launch this week.

    Check back later this week for more info on the individual bouquets.
  • October20th


    I had to snatch these off of Tine’s blog and share. These are from Aimee and Jon’s wedding on September 20th. Aimee was seriously stunning!

    I’ll definitely post some detail shots once I get a few, but for now be sure and check out Tine’s blog (here) to get a glimpse of this beautiful wedding.
  • October18th

    Okay, could she seriously be any prettier a picture of a bride on her wedding day?! Stephanie is as sweet as she is pretty and was a joy to work with in preparing for her wedding day. While I never had the opportunity to meet Adam, I do know he has great taste in women!

    Stephanie & Adam were married at Blessed Sacrament church in Ft. Mitchell (by one of my favorite people, Fr. John Sterling!!) and the reception was in the Grande Ballroom at The Madison.

    I hope to have a few more “detail” shots once pictures come in from her photog, but she was kind enough to share these shots taken by a friend of the family. Definitely looks like it was a fun night full of love and joy!





  • October8th

    Elizabeth & Michael planned their Cincinnati while living in Pennsylvania. But with lots of friends and willing helpers they pulled off a really classic and fun wedding. The colors were kept simple using blacks and whites with pops of rich red through the use flowers.
    The Bridal Bouquet featured 2 dozen of the always glorious Black Magic red roses along with white and burgundy cymbidium orchids and stephanotis with red centers. The red was used to accent the bridesmaids’ black dresses, the black and white cake (courtesy of the wonderful Tracy at Tres Belle) and add a richness to the centerpieces at the reception held at the old Montgomery Inn. All in all… a really beautiful day with lots of attention to detail!



    photos courtesy of Taren Frazier

  • October6th

    I loved having the chance to do a blue and white bouquet without having to use blue hydrangea! There really are several other options for flowers in various shades of blue. Don’t get me wrong… I’m a big fan of the fluffy hydrangea and it is featured here in white. I just always like the opportunity to add texture and dimension by mixing flowers and colors in complimentary groupings.

    This bouquet features white hydrangea and huge white Avalanche roses along with calla lilies and stephanotis blossoms with pearl centers. The blue flowers are both light and deep blue delphinium, tweedia and veronica. Green hypericum berries and salal leaves help to tie everything together and preserve the natural feeling color palette.