Nov. 22 Holiday Weekend

Here are some tablescapes that were arranged by my good buddy, and event planner, Teri Van Horn. She does beautiful, elaborate, detailed work! The name of her business is Events!
I did some flowers, along with other florists in town, to show how to decorate untraditionally for the holidays. The flowers were paired with different Texas wines for the perfect holiday entertaining! Thanks Teri for all your hard work setting this up!

Unity Theater Benefit

I was asked to help with the decorations for the Unity Theater benefit. This was a fundraiser dinner to raise money to help restore the theater. There were eight large arrangements like this with peacock feathers, roses, solidago, tree fern and grapevine in the vases.

Pretty Fall Urn

This is a fresh flower arrangement. It is in a rustic ceramic urn. It has seeded eucalyptus, sunflowers, solidago, orange lillies, red roses and feasant feathers.

Fall Centerpiece

Garden Christmas Centerpiece

This is a garden inspired Christmas centerpiece. That is a white Guy Wolf pot with lime mums, red roses and carnations, and seeded eucalyptus. Behind that is my red carnation topiary. It turned out really cute!

Silk Christmas Arrangement

Fall Garden Centerpiece

Here is an example of a cute "garden inspired" fall centerpiece! That is a guy wolf pot full of marigolds, seeded eucalyptus, pheasant feathers and goldenrod.

Sept. 27, 2008 was a big day for our family. Dusty's cousin Jamie got married!

We wish she and Peter the best of luck!

I was a bridesmaid and Reid was the ring bearer.

We had alot of fun. How cute are my boys in thier tuxes?

This is a picture of a tall arrangement. It has orange lillies, white calla lillies, curly willow and variegated ginger. It is in a cylinder that stands about 36" tall. The cylinder was full of curly willow and river stones!

So, here is a recent wedding I did in October. This was a sweet Houston couple. She loved fall and all the colors of fall and we were able to incorporate that into her wedding flowers.
We had such a good time doing this wedding.
The first picture is of a pew hanger that is just clipped onto the pews. We did every pew, both sides, lined with one of these!
The next two pictures are of the church. We did about 25 small vintage glass jars filled with roses, wild grasses, twigs, and other fall filler.
The initials hung on the church doors.
The last picture is a pomander that the flower girls each carried. So cute! They carried it with a string of pearls that was attached tothe pomander.