Rhiannon got ready at the Rosewood Miramar Hotel in Montecito. I love how her dress wasn’t pure white – the gray and blush tones in the gown were absolutely stunning. I created a bouquet for her with spring blooms in blushes, lilacs, creams, and soft blues. Josh wore a powder blue suit with a spring boutonniere. Their unique, fun wedding fashion choices shaped and inspired the design for the rest of the wedding day.
They said their vows in a small Mediterranean courtyard in downtown Santa Barbara. Me and my team created a whimsical ceremony archwith hundreds of stems of flowers to create a growing “vine” of “growing” flowers over the ceremony space. We put taper candles on the ground around the bride and groom to frame them during the ceremony.
The guests enjoyed a family-style dinner at long tables adorned with white taper candles, romantic spring flower garlands, and hand-lettered calligraphy details. It was an intimate spring evening with beautiful pastel details.
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Me and my team intentionally create bespoke celebrations for life milestones that inspire resounding joy, awe-inspiring beauty, and a deep sense of belonging and connection
I firmly believe in the beauty of carefully executed restraint, allowing the natural beauty of the venue, flowers, design details, and clients speak for themselves.
I look forward to creating something beautiful with you.
From hanging installations above dinner tables in a tent to small details and candlelight in a powder room, our floral production allows us to bring to life exactly what we’ve dreamt up together through the design process, leaving you with peace of mind before the big day and that feeling of awe come wedding day.