Friday, November 21, 2008

Becca's bridals and December scheduling

My card reader died unexpectedly so I have an SD card full of photos to share. I finally used the painfully slow reader on my printer to at least pull off this bouquet and make a post...

Becca's bridal sitting bouquet was a mass of yellow and red callas. Striking? Yes. Very bold color choice. I like a girl who's got guts. This is the same design she'll be carrying on her wedding day in December.

Speaking of December -- just a quick note about scheduling. I'm taking the majority of the month off for the holidays and will only be scheduling consultations for THREE DAYS out of the entire month. Three days. Got it? We'll be holding consultations on Saturday December 6th, Thursday December 18th, and Monday December 29th. Times are limited so plan ahead if you're hoping to get in during winter break.

I'll post photos of Allyse's Hidden Valley Country Club wedding soon...provided Tyler buys me a new card reader!

Happy Friday!

Monday, November 10, 2008

CF Foundation "Taste of Salt Lake" fundraiser

The Grand America hosted the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's "Taste of Salt Lake" fundraiser event on Saturday. This is the 4th year we've donated centerpieces to this event and feel its an important organization to support. My sister Rachel passed away at the age of 12 after battling CF her entire life. That was 15 years ago, and while CF research has made leaps and bounds since then, ongoing support and funding is needed as they continue their quest for a cure.
This year's theme was "Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow." The event's colors were red, black, and silver. Since roses are the flower used to represent CF (kids who have a hard time saying "Cystic Fibrosis" refer to it as "65 roses), we used red hybrid tea and spray roses with accents of berries and silver wire in various gauges to compliment the arrangements. This kind of work is always fun because we can pretty much do whatever floats our fancy -- and since these centerpieces are auctioned off at the end of the night, we try to make them different than what would normally be seen at these kinds of functions. I'm glad we were able to participate in this event and hope the fundraising portion of the night was a huge success!

(pardon the obvious indoor-photography!)

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Stephanie at Ft. Douglas

Stephanie was married at the Fort Douglas Chapel followed by a reception at the Commander's House. You already know what I'm going to say -- LOVE that bouquet. Because I do.

Photography by the lovely OpieFoto.