Happy New Years to you!
It's my first blog post of 2013
and I can't think of a better way to kick start the new year
than with a dose of wedding flowers.
I met Brittany and Adam almost 2 years ago,
they're students in our Cru movement at UCI.
I have had the privilege of discipling Brittany for the past year and a half
and it has been so wonderful getting to know her
and her heart for the Lord.
She is probably the most gentle, sincere and compassionate person I know
and it has been so neat to walk alongside her and Adam
as they begin this new adventure.
It was this past December they tied the knot,
and it was so fun to be a part of their wedding day.
I absolutely love getting to work with brides,
creating arrangements with personal touches
that reflect their style and personalities.
Brittany's choice of colors and flowers
matched the wet, wintery wedding day perfectly.
Brittany's bouquet was overflowing with gorgeous
stems of white Hydrangea and Vendela roses
and accented with antique blue Hydrangea and sprigs of babies breath.
All wrapped in burlap and lace.
For her bridesmaids she wanted contrast,
she wanted their blue to pop.
And pop it did.
Their bouquets were filled with Vendela roses,
babies breath and stems of bright blue Hydrangea.
They were all wrapped in burlap and lace and tied up with
a blue ribbon.
The men all wore a Vendela rose and babies breath boutonniere
while the moms and grandmothers all carried a single,
long stemmed white rose.
Getting to do the flowers for
this beautiful, winter wedding was
Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Clements,
thanks for letting me be a part of your special day!