Friday, June 12, 2009

With support and sympathy...

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Clark and Tiffany Swensen of Swensen Photography whose home fell victim to a devastating fire last night. The Swensens have had a remarkable impact on the local wedding industry as a whole, and I, for one, am delighted each time I see my work photographed by their incredibly talented team. We wish them the very best during this difficult time!

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Amber's bridals

Amber's bridal sitting bouquet. Seriously looking forward to her wedding in two weeks! Such a chill bride...the very best kind!

Sunday, June 7, 2009

Beautifully bubble-gum!

If you love pink, I've got a wedding for you!
Kyra's wedding was perfectly pink -- Delicate, romantic, feminine, lush...and so, so elegant! (am I missing any adjectives here?)
Flowers: Oriental, Asiatic, and calla lilies, roses, cymbidium orchids, freesia, peonies, bouvardia, hypericum, ranunculus, star-of-Bethlehem, amaranthus, stock, waxflower, lisianthus, etc. Venue: The Memorial House.
Heartfelt thanks to Michelle for the gorgeous photos!

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Theresa at Noah's SJ

Theresa's wedding and reception was held at Noah's in South Jordan. Michelle stopped by before we left for the delivery to take a few shots of the bouquets and walking flowers, and I took a loaned camera along to the venue to take shots of the cake and centerpieces which were assembled on-site (our Canon broke a few weddings ago and I haven't yet sent it in for repairs). Silly me didn't check to see if there was a memory card in the camera (and I'm used to a model that doesn't work if there is no CF card -- this older model was much different), so I shot the entire space without getting an actual photo for my troubles. Man! Just my luck... The flower girl's halo was SO cute, too! Just another reason why I'm a florist and not a photographer.

Hopefully you'll get the gist from Michelle's shots. The colors were fuchsia, tangerine and apple green and the varieties used were roses, gerberas, cymbidiums, kermits, callas, and bear grass. Bright, fun, and so very appropriate for an end-of-May wedding!