Updated: Feb 5, 2021
Florals can make or break the aesthetics of a wedding, and installations are one of the best ways to wow your guests. Creating installations is one of my favorite parts of my job because each one presents a creative challenge. After weeks or months of thinking through how to do it, it's the best feeling in the world to see it all come to fruition on the wedding day! I have been blessed to do tons of installations over the years, but I have to say these are my top 5 I've done so far :)
1. Flower Throne at The Cordelle
This installation will forever and always be a favorite of mine because of the wild and creative freedom I was given! Less truly is NOT more when it comes to flowers :)
Photographer: Courtney Davidson Photography
Planning: Modern Vintage
Florals: Echoes of Eden
Hair + Make Up: Canvas + Coif
2. Pampas Cloud
Dave Haywood from Lady A hosted an incredible fundraiser for St. Jude at his home in Nashville. The florals were dessert boho so we knew 2 pampas floral clouds were necessary to
make the night spectacular.
Planning : Jordan Rueei Andrews
Florals : Echoes of Eden
3. Symmetry in Circles
Caitlin called me three weeks before the wedding asking if we could add a circle arch for her ceremony site. We were already doing the floral chandelier, but she knew she wanted the ceremony space to feel grand and the results were spectacular. I love that these two installations mirror each other and are so cohesive - this installation was one of my first big ones and it was a DREAM!
Photographer: Ashton Brooke Photography
Planning: Infinity Hospitality
Florals: Echoes of Eden
Venue: The Bridge Building
4. Fireplace Ceremony at L & L Farms
Victoria and Cam chose to get married in front of L & L's historic fireplace in the middle of October. Her color pallet was muted fall - which went perfectly with their moody wedding day.
Photographer - Abbey Hunter
Planning - Oakley Carter Event Planning
Florals - Echoes of Eden
Venue - L & L Farms
5. Romantic, Bohemian Circle Arch
Jessica and I talked about her dream arch for months before we settled on this design that was both very romantic and very boho! Fav parts about it - the lushness of the greenery combined with the dried pampas grass AND that the structure we designed on was actually a bale feeder!
Photographer - Kendall Parsons Planning - Silver Celebrations Florals - Echoes of Eden Hair & Make Up - Make Up by Shawna Vassallo Venue - Allenbrooke Farms