Archive for the ‘Press and Praise’ Category

Wax Flowers: Featured on Sweet Violet Bride

Monday, April 29th, 2013

One of our bouquets just made it onto the blog, Sweet Violet Bride.  The bouquet is a mixture of stargazer lilies, pink and white roses, hypericum berries and wax flower. Thanks to SVB for the feature!

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Custom Wedding Flowers: Featured in Occasions Magazine

Thursday, March 7th, 2013

We are delighted to share this wedding (again) with you! We posted about it in January, but were recently told it was featured in the latest issue of Occasions Magazine.

Here’s a brief recap: Erin and Jordan were married at the picturesque Congregation Bnai Brith Jacob with a reception to follow at the Hyatt Harborside. Trisha Windham coordinated the event, the talented Minette Rushing at Custom Cakes prepared the cake, and Reichman Photography took these fabulous photos.

Check out Occasions Magazine for the full gallery of photos!







Custom Wedding Flowers: Featured in South Magazine

Thursday, February 28th, 2013

Katie & Jason’s wedding was featured in a 2-page spread in the latest issue of South Magazine! Her bouquet was designed with lily of the valley, ranunculus, hydrangea, spray roses, cafe-au-lait dahlias and dusty miller.

Photos by Memories N More and event planning by First City Events.

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Custom Wedding Flowers: Featured in Style Me Pretty Georgia!

Thursday, February 21st, 2013
We were featured on Style Me Pretty Georgia yesterday! We are delighted to share with you this wedding filled with lovely yellows, whites and greens that took place at the rustic Roundhouse Railroad Museum in Savannah.
The bride’s bouquet has dahlias, cotton, dusty miller, yarrow, scabiosa pods, mini green hydrangea, queen anne’s lace, solidaster, monte casino, stock and phlox. The boutonnieres are composted of craspedia, thistle, rosemary, cotton and jute.
Here is a snippet from Everything Lovely PhotographyKristin is an architect, so Savannah was the perfect place for their wedding.  They reside in Chicago.  Of course the historic Forsyth park made a perfect “first look” for Ryan and Kristin and then some great shots for the whole bridal party.  The ceremony took place at the Roundhouse with the reception to follow in the same location.



Custom Wedding Flowers for Steampunk Bouquet: Featured in South Magazine

Monday, February 4th, 2013

We recently created a Steampunk bouquet for the cover of South Magazine. It was composed of White Hydrangea, Tibet Roses, Majolika Spray Roses, Anemone, Black Jade, Bronzed Brazillia Baubles, Dried Fern Curls, Goose Biots, Copper Netting, Metal Nuts, Bolts, Washers, and Chain Links- A very unique fusion of styles that turned out quite nicely!


Elegant Savannah Weddings at Ford Plantation: Featured in The Knot Georgia

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

The Ford Plantation was featured in the recent publication of The Knot Georgia.  It is listed as one of the ‘hottest wedding venue” sites for Private Estates!

The photos shown below features one of our weddings- Cam and Andrew. The ceremony pieces included a variety of hydrangea, larkspur, lisianthus, spray roses, stock, and curly willow.







Elizabeth Demos: Savannah Stylist’s Vintage Wedding Style Book: Wood Block Flower Centerpieces

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

We thought we’d share a fun wedding project from Liz Demos‘ book, Vintage Wedding Style. Our flowers, featured in the photo below, include a variety of wax flowers, poppy pods, Bella Donna delphiniums, snapdragons, veronicas and mini coins. What a great tutorial for a simple wedding project!



Elizabeth Demos: Savannah Stylist’s Vintage Wedding Style Book: Old Fort Jackson Wedding

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

Last week, we blogged about our dear friend Liz’s new book Vintage Wedding Style. We were featured in a few weddings in the book and wanted to share those with you in a series of posts!

This wedding was held at Old Fort Jackson, one of Savannah’s picture-perfect historic gems. The flowers shown below included were a mix of peonies, nigella, stock, dusty miller, wax flower, delphinium, limonium, rosemary, and veronica. The bride Emily was inspired by elements of the French countryside to incorporate into her wedding. A variety of vintage floral fabrics adorned the tables and bouquets. What a lovely celebration!








Elizabeth Demos: Savannah Stylist’s Vintage Wedding Style Book

Wednesday, January 16th, 2013

Our friend, Savannah wedding and event stylist, Elizabeth Demos recently launched her beautiful book Vintage Wedding Style. We were delighted to be a part of a few weddings featured in the book, including the one shown below. Stay tuned for more upcoming posts from her book!




The bridal bouquet was a mixture of lisianthus, stock, Queen Anne’s lace, fuji mum, seeded eucalyptus, hydrangea and lamb’s ear.


These flowers were from our shop, and Liz did a wonderful job arranging them in these charming seaglass vases.


Press and Praise in Destination Weddings and Honeymoon Magazine!

Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

We are delighted to be featured in the upcoming October issue of Destination Weddings and Honeymoon Magazine!

Below are some sweet words about the “tribute bloom idea” in memory of bride’s late grandmother:

The first appointment we made during our Savannah site visit was with florist Julie Driscoll of Garden on the Square. I explained that my grandmother, who’d passed away months earlier, was a retired florist, and our highest priority was to hold a floral-themed event in her honor. Julie loved the idea, and I relaxed, knowing we’d found the right vendor for this all-important task.

When I brought the idea up to Julie, our florist, it was still pretty vague: “I want a flower stand, and I want it to include mini bottles and individual blooms, and then I have no idea what to do with them.” Julie ran with it. She says now, “During the initial meeting with Lauren, I remember loving the idea immediately. I’m always up for a challenge! We looked around the shop right then and decided to use a vintage table built by my own grandfather, as well as a display ladder. Lauren purchased the bottles from Etsy and other online vendors. I love the idea of bringing in something meaningful and sentimental, and the flower stand was a perfect way to do it. We set the stand at the front of the chapel, and two dear family friends who had known Gram well instructed guests to pick an individual bloom, place it in a bottle and then take it inside to line the windowsills of the chapel. Afterward, we transported the vases to the reception site, where they adorned the dinner tables. I couldn’t have asked for a more perfect tribute for Gram.