Right after college I started working at a floral wholesaler as their sales assistant. After awhile I moved out onto the design floor where I made bouquets. I don't have too much experience with vase arrangements because of this, but I do know how to put beautiful flowers together and keep them looking beautiful. This month my cousin got married and I was privileged to do the flowers for the wedding. The brides colors were lime green and black (which is a little tricky since there aren't many lime green or black flowers) But I think they turned out beautiful!
|The very start|
|my "work station"|
|The brides Bouquet - I wish the wholesaler would have had more open lilies. I had to put the only one in the brides bouquet|
|boutonnieres & Corsages|
Unfortunately, Zeb and I were unable to make it to the wedding the next day (stupid stomach of mine) but I did hear that everything went well and the flowers looked great. Congrats Nathan and Natalie!!!
(Note to self: Wedding flowers are fun to make, as long as you don't have to miss a day of work to do them using up the last of your PTO. Next time - Saturday's only)