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Megan and Steven were married May 27, 2012 at the gorgeous Carnton Plantation. Megan carried a mixture of blue hydrangea, roses. mini roses, reneculas, lisianthus, queen anne lace, green hypericum berries, pittosporum, freesia and grapevine. This was such a sweet and beautiful garden wedding.

Thank you to Phindy Studios for the wonderful pictures!

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Megan and Steven

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Michelle and Jason were married at St John Vianney Catholic Church¬†with their reception to follow at Five Oaks Country Club. Michelle carried a mix of lisianthus, tulips, roses, freesia, queen anne lace, mini roses, green hypericum berries, and pittosporum. Thank you to Twila’s Photography for the great pictures!

Michelle and Jason

Michelle and Jason

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Michelle and Jason

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I was so excited to work with Casi for her sweet rustic barn wedding. Casi carried wildflower bouquet that was a mix of daisies, gerber daisies, craspedia, solidago, queen anne lace, wax flower, baby’y breath and greens wrapped with burlap. Thank you so Chesley Summar Photography for the super awesome pictures!

Wedding Flowers deisgned by Jessica, Associate Designer.

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As we go go into the fall season we are reminded of a sweet couple that were married November 5, 2011. They got married at sweet rustic Wild Turkey Ranch. Claire carried a mix of tulips, orchids, stock, craspedia, astromeria, button poms, freesia, queen anne lace, solidago, and greens around the base.

Thank you to Angie Sliger Photography

Wedding Flowers deisgned by Jessica, Associate Designer.

Fresh by CarryAnn

 

 

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