Thursday, November 13, 2008

Lavender and Chocolate Make a Hot New Color Combo!

One of the new color combos that I have gotten requests for is lavender and chocolate. You wouldn't think it, but these are gorgeous together. These are two pieces I designed for a recent bridal show and they were the buzz! The top bouquet is designed with Ocean Song roses, chocolate cosmos (which are hugely popular this time of year) and purple uhule (you-hool-ee) fiddles, which appear brown so they compliment the cosmos perfectly!
The second shot is a centerpiece designed with jewel tones. I love the lavender and plums together with the cosmos! To make it pop a little more I added some lime fuji mums and some hot pink dahlias. Both those and the huge dinner plate dahlias are from my garden! Wish i bought more of them!!!

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Bling is bigger than ever!

I am so excited to be working with so many girls who love to add extra elements to their flowers! These photos are some examples of what I will be doing in the short months ahead. Also, feathers are super fun to work with and can add awesome texture! Still looks like orange and coral are HUGE and will go into the fall months as well. Let your imaginations run wild!

Friday, July 25, 2008

We're Featured in BRIDES Magazine!!!!!!!!

As you can imagine, I am very excited to have Savannah's Garden featured in BRIDES Magazine for probably my favorite wedding of my career. I had a BLAST doing this and am excited about what feedback this will bring. It is a wonderful feeling to have such an accomplished establishment like Conde Nast feature my work. I am honored. Its very exciting!

Photos by Kella MacPhee

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Monday, April 14, 2008

The Event of the Year!

An amazing day for the beginning of the official kickoff of wedding season 2008!
Jen and Mark held their event in Ocean City on April 12, 2008 at The Flander's Hotel. This had to be my ultimate favorite wedding so far!

I absolutely loved the colors and it is so nice to see that brides are not afraid of color!

Thanks to Kella MacPhee for taking such fabulous photographs! I HIGHLY recommend her!!!