Posts Tagged ‘Mollie Stone’

Custom Wedding Flowers Georgia: Casey & Nick

Monday, April 14th, 2014

Thanks to Jade + Matthew Take Pictures for sharing these beautiful photos with us! Casey and Nick had a lovely wedding ceremony at Whitefield Chapel at the Bethesda Home for Boys, followed by a reception at the Savannah Yacht Club. Mollie Stone made the lovely cake and Tricia Windham coordinated the event. We just love these charming spring florals!

Enjoy!!

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Savannah Wedding Flowers for Liz and Dan

Friday, January 4th, 2013

Happy New Year to all of our readers! We are delighted to share a wedding we did this past November at Mickve Israel, followed by a reception at the Charles Morris Center. A big thanks to Scott Hopkins Photography for sharing these beautiful photos with us. Enjoy!!

 

 

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.