Tuesday, April 1, 2014

I have a new website and blog!  Come on over to:

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

This late summer wedding took place on the groom's parents property outside of Kansas City, followed by a reception at the Carriage Club. We used wheat grown by the groom's parents in all of the bouquets, centerpieces, etc.  Wedding planner, Kim Ho, of You're Invited made sure all of the details came together perfectly!

Tuesday, October 22, 2013


Well, has it really been almost a year since my last blog post??!!  Now that we are settled into our new house and most of the big renovations are finished, I am hoping to post more consistently.
A few photos from a gorgeous wedding this summer.  Shades of blush, ivory and pink roses, peonies, hydrangea, ranuculus, tulips and astilbe.  Hope to have professional photos soon to add to my new web site (coming soon!)

Monday, November 26, 2012

 Such a sweet and laid back bride!  Shades of purples, greens and ivory included hydrangea, roses, orchids, tulips and freesia.

It's been awhile since I have added anything to the blog!  We moved into a new home that is a big project and I have been focusing on that and just enjoying weekends with my family.  Now trying to find a balance between that and wedding flowers.   
Here are some pink bouquets from last spring.  Peonies, ranuculus, tulips, spray roses and hydrangea.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

winter whites.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

last month our school had an auction and the theme was "vintage travel." we did well with our small budget by creating vignettes of old luggage, globes and maps.  tables were topped with burlap and collections of postcards, souvenirs and vintage vases with simple arrangements.  our tall pilsner glasses were topped with a globe and lit from below.  my favorite creations were the large paintings based off of vintage travel posters.  a friend to our school and local art teacher julie from artrageous created paint by number drawings for us and i think they turned out to be fabulous!

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

 preview from a wedding this past weekend.  it was a gorgeous day and the flowers were beautiful!  the reception was a rustic wine theme and flowers included:  antique hydrangea, cymbidium orchids, roses, ranuculus, scabiosa and scabiosa pods, privet, hypericum and amaranthus.  can't wait to get the photos from the photographer!

Friday, September 16, 2011

bouquets at the rustic setting of the hobbs building in the west bottoms.  bride's bouquet:  hydrangea, dahlias, ranuculus, lisianthus and dusty miller. bridesmaids' bouquet of green and blue hydrangea and dusty miller.
tall arrangements of hydrangea, dendrobium orchids and curly willow.  love the table letters provided by the couple.

Saturday, September 10, 2011

a fun bouquet of orchids, roses, mini callas and veronica with hosta leaves for a sweet bride headed to the courthouse!

Monday, August 22, 2011

an early summer wedding reception at the eldridge hotel in lawrence, ks.
the bride had these awesome black lucite w's made to place in each arrangement. love those kinds of personal touches!

Monday, May 2, 2011

ceremony area at the hobbs building.
flowers, moss and lanterns to line the aisles.

large urn arrangement of hydrangea, delphinium, viburnum, lilies, iris, roses and snapdragons.

bride's bouquet of hydrangea, tulips, ranuculus, berzillia berry, garden roses and hyacinth.

bridesmaid's bouquet.

fun detail created by the bride: limes to hold the place cards.

square wreath centerpiece surrounding a rustic lantern. perfect for this space!

long and low centerpiece for head table and lined with vases holding the bouquets.

Monday, February 28, 2011

bouquet of white hydrangea, mini calla lilies, ranuculus, freesia and tulips.

broach accent.

ceremony at the terrace on grand.

first wedding of 2011 completed!

About Me

my name is heather and i have three crazy, creative, funny, winey, smart, loving and sweet children (henry, charlie and lucy). we love exploring around town and playing at home. i love creating whether it is with fresh flowers, fabrics, papers or whatever inspires me on a particular day.