Hannah’s Bridal Pics

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Now that sweet Hannah is Mrs. Higgins, I can share some of her gorgeous bridal pictures from the uber-talented Jillian Zamora. Looking through the gallery of her pictures had me laughing out loud at my computer screen because Hannah’s laughter and adorable goofy faces between shots were amazing and so true to her effervescent personality that her joy came right through the screen.

Hannah wanted a casual, laid back style with rich pops of color. The palette of white, blush pink, and touches of burgundy and hot pink came together so well with lots of eucalyptus (Hannah’s favorite). We left the stems exposed to give her that easy, breezy look. I was thrilled and so honored to make her dream come true.

Her hair + makeup by Sydney Lopez were on point and that braid… amazing. This gorgeous girl made one stunning bride and I know she’s enjoying being a wife now! Congratulations sweet Hannah!

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Graduation Party

IMG_0957As the end of another semester approaches, I thought a little look back on this graduation party would be fitting. Sarah persevered through set-backs and trials to finish her degree at UNT. A formal and fun party was in order to celebrate all her many accomplishments and her commitment to graduate. I was excited to be a part of the fun!

Sarah glitter-dipped the mason jars herself and wanted bright and bold pops of red and pink. I added little stamped tags to each jar as a surprise to her. Way to go, Sarah!

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Floral + Art Exhibit

In April I was invited to participate in the Heard-Craig Museum‘s Floral + Art Exhibit. Each florist was asked to pick a painting from their collection to interpret into a floral arrangement. I picked the lovely Coast of Maine painting because I knew the natural blue flowers of spring time would be so fun to work with and allow me to experiment with flowers that I don’t typically use for weddings.

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With a rock taken from my mother-in-law’s yard for a cliff wanna-be, everything fell in to place. The stunning antique blue hydrangea set the stage (and were larger than my head!) Then I added hyacinth, tweedia and tulips. Such a fun project! Thanks Heard-Craig for having me!

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