Archives for August 2014

Kristen + Mark – Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale – May 3rd, 2014

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Kristen and Mark were married on Saturday, May 3rd, 2014 at the always beautiful, Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North. We had such an amazing time working with the wonderful team of vendors, such as coordinator Jenni Thye at Imoni Events, the incredible staff at The Four Seasons and the exceptionally gifted Elyse of Elyse Hall Photography. Take a look at the fabulous images Elyse captured!

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Their ceremony was held on Fountain Terrace, overlooking the valley with an amazing view of Pinnacle Peak. The ceremony was quickly transformed during the cocktail hour for the reception. The tables were filled with gorgeous flowers and intimate candlelight combined with the ambiance of the strung bistro lighting overhead.

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We wish nothing best for this beautiful couple! Congratulations Kristen and Mark; here’s to a lifetime of happiness together!

Coordinator: Jenni Thye @ Imoni Events

Photographer: Elyse Hall Photography

Location: Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North

Florist: The Flower Studio

 

2015 Wedding Floral Trends

We can’t believe that 2015 is almost here! With that being said, here is a list of the floral trends we are seeing for our clients for 2015:

Lush, Romantic Bouquets

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The lush, romantic bouquet style is timeless. Whether our brides prefer to keep it simple and clean, to elegant with rustic succulent touches, we always make sure that your bouquet will be one of a kind! Each bridal bouquet is a direct reflection of the bride, so we take pride in making sure that they are original and stylish.

(Image Copyright left to right; Amy & Jordan Photography, Mi Belle Photographers, and EME Photography)

Floral Halos

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Floral halos and crowns are a great way to express individuality.  Whether the halo is for our brides or their flower girls, they are the perfect unique touch to any bridal party.

(Image Copyright left to right; Elyse Hall Photography, Hollye Schumacher Photography, and Gina Meola Photography)

 

Sweetheart Tables

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Many brides are choosing to pass on the traditional banquet style table setting with their bridal party and are choosing to be seated at a Sweetheart Table. A Sweetheart Table offers our bride and groom’s the solitude and privacy to enjoy their first meal as husband and wife together. The décor for a Sweetheart Table can range from low and lush flower arrangements, to a tablescape of candle light or a combination of the two. The limits are endless with a Sweetheart Table.

(Image Copyright left to right top; Phyllis Lane and Nicolle Moshiri for Jennifer Bowen Photography/left to right bottom; Hollye Schumacher Photography and Melissa Schollaert Photography)

 

Hanging Floral Décor

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One of the most popular trends we are seeing are hanging floral décor at the ceremony. From hanging chair décor, to sheppard hooks with hanging vases, to hanging vases in trees or from pergola structures, it gives the perfect floral flair for your guests to admire.

(Image Copyright left to right top; EME Photography and Jenn Wagner Photography/ left to right bottom; Kimberly Jarman Photography, Pinkerton Photography and Kimberly Jarman Photography)

When it comes to your special day, the sky is the limit when it comes to designing your floral décor! Don’t be shy to think out of the box when consulting with your chosen florist.

 

The Flower Studio – New Ad 2014

We are so excited to announce that we have a new ad for 2014! The ad is featured in the latest issue of Phoenix Bride and Groom Magazine – Be sure to check it out! We wanted to create an enchanting and unforgettable setting to show the creativity we can offer our clients. With The Flower Studio, the sky is the limit and we can help make our client’s vision for their special day, a reality!

“In order to be irreplaceable, one must always be different.” – Coco Chanel

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Photo Credit © Beth Yorn