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Photo Shoot with Korie Lynn Photography

A few weeks ago, Korie Herold of Korie Lynn Photography invited me to participate in a photo shoot, which she created with C & A Events. The shoot took place at the James Monroe Museum in Fredericksburg, VA. It was so cold that day - I felt so sorry for the "bride and groom," but they hung in there! I wanted to share just a few of Korie's very beautiful photos. She is so good!!!!!! The colors were pink - all shades! Oh, and notice the ruffle cake!

You can see more of the photographs from this shoot at ENJOY!


My Next Door Neighbor is Korie Lynn Photography

How lucky am I to have a very, very talented photographer next door to my studio? After a recent photo shoot, Korie offered to take pictures of my flowers in her very edgey shop! (She transformed her space in our 1826 building into a stunning studio.) Not only is she very talented, she is so very generous, offering to take photos of any of my arrangements and bouquets. I love this picture of my design studio!

The following photos are my flowers from the photo shoot, except for the roses in the cube. This is a more contemporary look than we used for the photo shoot, but one that I love! I love all design styles, but my favorite style is a little more contemporary. It's more flowers than filler and foliage - the style I study in New York!

I just love these beautiful photographs. If you've not checked out Korie's web site, go to www. (I'm so envious of her blog!!!!)    



Kenmore Inn March Arrangement

It's my birthday tomorrow and in order to celebrate, I put together this cute little peice for the Kenmore Inn. 

I love doing work for this great little B&B in Old Town. Everytime I walk down its street, I have to peep in the windows and think... If these walls could talk. When I was putting this piece together I tried to honor the history and elegance of the Kenmore and so many other Old Town houses while also mixing in a breath of fresh new world style that I picked up in my years of studying in NYC floral design. Check out the Kenmore next time you are in town, , and let me know what you think of the flowers!!


Winter Wedding

I just love winter weddings! I love to use sahara roses with vendela roses and dusty miller. Dusty miller just looks "frosty" to me, and I love it with whites. There was no snow on the ground when we did this wedding, but it was cold and wintry outside. Inside, it was warm and full of smiles, love, and laughter. What a joy to be a part of this "winter wonderland" wedding.


Belmont Bridal Show 2011

This was the 3rd Belmont Bridal Sampler where I've been a vendor, and it didn't disappoint. The show was well attended, even in the COLD.  Betsy and Lindy are so accommodating, and the space is so lovely. It is one of my favorite venues for weddings and receptions. 

At the show, I met some lovely brides-to-be and was thrilled that so many loved the bouquet that I made. My style is more contemporary than traditional and it seems to resonate with lots of brides. I went with my favorite rose, "Sahara", brown mini-cymbidium orchids, and added seeded eucalyptus, pheasant feathers, and magnolia leaves. I wrapped the stems in mink brown Midori ribbon! Yummmm! I really could have eaten this bouquet. (Brown happens to be my favorite color!) 






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