People are loving our tailor-made local grown flower designs for their events and weddings.  Here are some pictures of a small wedding we helped with this past weekend, full of bright summer blooms with a romantic summer look. As you know, we offer two options when it comes to event decor.  We offer full service design services for budgets over $3000, with an in-person meeting to go over details as well as a personalized decor plan that follows those details.  Full creation, delivery and setup in included in the plan.  For smaller budgets, we now offer online boutique ordering, a service that is proving to work really well for small event customers. How does ordering for your small event work online?  Well, first step, you order the items you need at the budget you feel most comfortable with, and then, we ask for a few pictures, your color scheme as well as your pickup date and time.  (on occasion we can provide local drop off, or delivery and setup as well for an additional fee)  Lastly, we create beautiful designs that are made just for you when you need them. Last weekend's couple wanted natural, organic arrangements, with white and yellow and a pop of warm color(s) of our choosing.  They loved the look of peonies, ranunculus and dahlias.  Since peonies are out of season locally, they got beautiful local garden roses in their place as well as lots of dahlias and local ranunculus, and some wild greens and ferns to add a natural shape and flair.  We added in some raspberry for pops of color and a bit of dark orange to keep it warm.

Take a look:

bridesmaid bouquets in bright summer colors for a wedding by Gorgeous and Green

a lineup of the bridesmaid bouquets with lots of color

bouquets getting wrapped for a wedding by Gorgeous and Green

wrapping the bouquets with a ribbon that goes with the color scheme

The simple summer Bridal bouquet by Gorgeous and Green

The Bridal bouquet with more white and a few pops of color, lots of natural lines and a loose and organic feel that was requested


July 23, 2015 — Pilar Zuniga

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