Well, we are published again - this time in Black Bride! Taking inspiration from American poet Langston Hughes, this abstract styled shoot delves into the deeper and sometimes challenging parts of marriage. With stunning floral arrangements that turn into a crown and mask, alongside the notable venue and boho chic models, it's hard to take your eyes away from this untraditionally modern styled shoot. The shoot's dark color palette mixed in with alluring shapes, metallics, and vintage elements are sure to make you want to grab hold of your significant other on your wedding day. If you desire romance with a little edge, check out this unique shoot!
We were recently published by Featured By This! We are so honored! Check it out!Read More
There are so many great reasons to use a wedding planner. At the most basic level, they make sure your wedding day runs smoothly. But there is so much more! They coordinate vendors. They can often recommend vendors, venues, and more. And, they often have really great tips to help you prepare, ensuring your day is just how you envisioned it.
Well, let me introduce you to Stephy Plechas. Besides being a planner, she runs a great blog. This week, we were featured, as we discuss how to truly personalize your wedding florals, and how to ensure your florist captures your vision. We also talk bridal couture! Check it out.
On Friday, we were selected along with a a few other local wedding vendors to discuss the Royal Wedding with the hosts of KC Live. I had a blast talking trends and showing off some fresh spring-inspired designs. Notice our triangular arbor as well as the oh-so-fun floral back necklace perfect for the bride wanting a completely custom look!
Here's a link to our segment. Check it out!
This Sunday, we will be featured at the Perfect Wedding Guide bridal show in Olathe. Come check out our booth, and stick around for the fashion show - our florals will be featured. We hope to see you there!
We are honored to be featured on TheKansasBride.com. We provided the florals for an amazing desert boho photo shoot led by Lacey Rene Studios in the Castle Rock Badlands. The shoot also featured incredible work by Blue Thistle Cakes, rentals by Ultrapom, and beautiful stationary by Beth Laird.Read More
Lacey Morefield, of Lacey Rene Studios, is a great photographer and an amazing person. She recently featured an interview with Heart + Soul on her new website. I am so honored! Check it out, and take a good look at her work while you are there!
My ﬂoral journey starts back when I was just a little girl. My mom and I experimented with planting ﬂowers in our backyard. We tried roses, wildﬂowers, sunﬂowers, and just about anything that looked fun that you could buy in a seed packet. My mom always loved having fresh ﬂowers in the house. She was always making small arrangements to sprinkle throughout our home. To this day, she still has fresh ﬂowers on the table every week. So you could say my mom gave me my start. My interest in professional ﬂoral design came about after graduating college with an interior design degree. I loved studying all of the elements and principles of design in college – color, texture, scale, proportion. And those things can be applied to so many design disciplines – ﬂowers, fashion, interiors, pottery, sculpture, architecture, etc. Not long after I graduated I was approached by a friend who was planning her wedding. She had always complimented me on my decorating skills and was wondering if I would try my hand at designing her bouquets for her wedding. I didn’t think twice about saying yes. Before I knew it I was neck deep in research whether it was books, magazines, websites, local ﬂoral shops. I wanted to know it all and master it as best as I could. Needless to say my friend adored her ﬂowers. I started to get requests from other people to do their weddings, and the rest is basically history!