Patti Gabriel’s photos are outstanding. Cynthia and Kerry were married, October 16, 2010 at the Webster Groves Church. I wanted to showcase this wedding because of Cynthia’s amazing fall bouquet. This is an example of how the rich deep colors of fall can merge together into a spectacular display. Silver mint julep cup floral designs decorated the church pews and were reused at the reception on the patio tables . The centerpieces created for the Whittemore House were stunning designs in black pearl finish revere bowls. This was one of my favorite weddings of 2010 and will always hold a special place in my heart.
This is a new blog post from Preston Bailey. How do clients perceive your brand. This is a very good and poinant post.
Petals Galore is proud to be a featured floral designer in the St. Louis Wedding Book. Written by two sisters, Allison Hockett & Emily Ayala. Check out their website at www.stlouisweddingbook.com
I am so excited to share this link of my first wedding of the season. Lisa and Joe. Lisa is a familiar face in the wedding industry and I was thrilled and honored to do her bridal bouquet and maids bouquets….like she even had a choice! Her bouquet was a true original design. Enjoy these beautiful photos from L Photographie.
The photos from this wedding were taken at the Butterfly House. These ceremony arrangements are so simple, yet extradordinarly elegant. They create a focal area for the bride and groom without taking away or over powering them. Focus can still be maintained by all in attendance on the happy couple!
These designs are not only perfect for outdoor ceremonies, but indoor ceremonies as well. I have also used them at modern venues such as Windows on or off Washington, the Randall Art Gallery, Neo on Locust and Lumen. Once again they provide a simple yet elegant ceremony area.
These arrangements pictured are designed with celery green hydrangeas and Vendela roses. Of course, the floral material can be adjusted to reflect the colors, syle and theme of the wedding.