Myriam and Eduardo got married at Heather’s Glen last night and had the sweetest, prettiest touches. From the LOVE letters on the outdoor dance floor, to the blush and rose gold flowers and accessories, to the chocolate fountains…it was a gorgeous affair and we wish them a lifetime of happiness! Blush roses, white hydrangeas, and … Continue reading A Romantic Wedding at Heather’s Glen with Blush and Rose Gold Touches
When I was getting married, the rule of thumb regarding your bouquet was to not carry one larger than your head. Since then, glam weddings have shown us way-bigger-than-your-head flowers. You know, like this: Image via here. The style I’m loving lately is a small, manageable bouquet. A petite grouping of flowers really lets everyone … Continue reading A Case for Small Bridal Bouquets
According to this poll on WeddingBee, people are pretty split between wrist corsages versus pinned corsages for wedding party attendants. While I can’t even recall what I made for dinner last night (thank you, motherhood),* I DEFINITELY can’t remember if my attendants wore corsages pinned on their dresses or worn on their wrists.** My wedding … Continue reading Pinned vs Wrist Corsages
Ever since Ken Todd gave Lisa Vanderpump a flowery wooden swing as a gift on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, I’ve been obsessed with the idea of a bride having one here at Heather’s Glen. RHBH photos via Bravo TV This weekend, our gorgeous bride Marisa had Sweet Tea & Linen install her very own … Continue reading Romantic Wooden Garden Swing
A trend in wedding centerpieces we’re seeing right now are these adorable terrariums. Fill them with your favorite blossoms, greenery, or even sand and shells to pull your wedding theme together at your wedding reception. With blooms, ferns, and succulents, photo via here. With moss and mercury glass elements via here. Simple with white candles … Continue reading Terrarium Wedding Centerpieces
I recently went to a wedding in San Antonio where a gorgeous hanging garden was suspended over the dancefloor! It was such a unique piece that contrasted incredibly well in a modern space. I wish I had a photo to share (unfortunately my documentation is lost in the vortex of unsaved Snapchat stories), but check … Continue reading Live walls & vertical gardens at your wedding
NACE Wedding Trends never disappoints – we are truly wowed year after year, and this year was no exception. For the event’s 10th anniversary, the theme was Past, Present, Future with a “Past Museum” showcasing vignettes from previous years’ events. Celebrity wedding planner Mindy Weiss was the hilarious guest speaker, and the amazing after-party featured … Continue reading Wedding Trends 2016: Past, Present, Future
This gorgeous bouquet is as sentimental as it is beautiful; created by Cheryl’s Flowers, the bride had Cheryl tie in her mother’s, aunt’s, and grandmother’s wedding rings into the bouquet. Don’t worry- they were safely knotted in with string. How will you bring sentimental touches into your wedding?
This weekend’s wedding was full of sweet blush pinks, ivory neutrals, and metal tones for a truly luxe style. The gorgeous linens were by House of Hough, and the stunning floral designs were by The Blooming Idea.
Well, let me just say: this photo sure does make it look easy. My advice is to stick with the professionals. Hire a florist! Some of my favorites are Cheryl’s Flowers, The Blooming Idea, and The Blossom Shop. Today I attempted chair makeovers with fresh florals. Here are the supplies I used: Assorted flowers … Continue reading Fresh Flower Chair Makeover