Brides & Bubbly Bridal Show at Mere Bulles

Saturday I was one of the vendors at Mere Bulles first bridal show, Brides & Bubbly. You cannot go wrong with appetizers and mimosas! It was a great afternoon. I put together two bridal bouquets, one a traditional round bouquet, and another giant, fluffy bohemian style bouquet. The table was decorated with a large greenery centerpiece to show off my fliers and business cards, flanked by the bouquets. I also had some demo pieces: ribbon wrist corsage, boutonniere, and a mother's nosegay for people to enjoy. The bistros at Mere Bulles were decorated with little bud vases of roses and ranunculus.

I have to post two pics of this bouquet so I can show off the fun ribbon I put on. Oh I love ribbon!

Come See Me!

Next Saturday I'll be at Mere Bulles, for their first annual Brides & Bubbly wedding show. There will be mimosas, need I say more?!

Ok, if you need more incentive, there will be some great vendors joining me to help you plan your wedding and help you down the aisle.

Christmas Lovelies

I am a huge fan of this wedding. Rich, dark burgundy up against pale pinks with lots of texture! This bouquet was so amazing, the flowers were the best quality, and I enjoyed every second I had putting it together as well as building the rest of the wedding. A complete joy. The bride and her family were so wonderful to work with as well.

Sweet, pastel pinks, peaches and oranges

The bride chose a sweet spring color combo of white/ivory, peach (gotta love Juliet garden roses), oranges, pinks and yellow. 

Her mother hand-tatted the sorority handkerchief she included in her bouquet. 
The groom worse two ranunculus blooms accented with seeded eucalyptus and lambs ear. 

The bridesmaids were a little brighter to set them apart from the bride. 

Mothers wore a cluster of ivory spray roses with ranunculus, seeded eucalyptus and lambs ear. 

Grandmothers corsages. 

Coral and peach

A loose composition of peach and coral flowers for a rehearsal dinner at Mere Bulles Restaurant. 

One larger arrangement for the head table and a collection of bottles for the guest tables. 
Another view of the head table.