I love the bright orange pop of color the icelandic poppies add to this arrangement.
An sometimes overlooked spring flower, this lilac bridal bouquet was not only stunning but it smelled amazing, too!
These two images were from a spring styled shoot I created florals for. All flowers used were seasonal and locally grown, many from my own garden. My favorite part was the hyacinth flower stings hanging from the ceremony altar arrangement.
Created as a lavish centerpiece or altar arrangement, this was completely made with locally grown flowers.
A bridal bouquet full of fluffy white peonies. It's no wonder these flowers are so popular!
Matching in color and style, the bridesmaid bouquets were featured double lilacs, garden roses, peonies and snowball viburnum.
Though small in size, this tea cup arrangement packed a colorful punch with yellow spring narcissus and forsythia.
And finally, a bridal bouquet full of garden roses, ranunculus, snowbells, tulips and dusty miller. I love how the snowbells droop our and create movement for the bouquet.