I got to collaborate with a great group of people this summer on this little shoot that took influence from indigo. I am partial to darker, moody flower photos so this shoot felt juuuust right to me.
Photography – Heather Nan Photography | Paper Goods – Peter Loves Jane | Flowers – Sarah Winward/Honey of a Thousand Flowers | HAMU – Hair and Make-Up by Steph | Venue & Catering – Pallet Bistro SLC | Gown – Alexandra Grecco | Groom’s Jacket & Pants – H & M | Groom’s Shirt – Utah Woolen Mills | Groom’s Shoes – Zuriick SLC | Bride’s Rings & Necklace – Tiffany & Co. & Amy Waltz | Groom’s Ring, Watch & Cufflinks – Tiffany & Co. & SE Needham Jewelers | Plates – Anthropologie | Flatware – Frank Lloyd Wright Museum
This is some of the beautiful work that was created in my one day intensive vased arrangements course. These are these centerpieces and smaller arrangements that we created to make a linear tablescape. I am offering another one of these courses this spring! See options here.
TThanks to Heather Nan for these beautiful, rich photos.
I had so much fun at the bouquet class last August. We had a wonderful group of florists attending and they made some stunning pieces, we worked with some mauve and carmel colored roses, foxglove, sweet pea, and a plethora of wild summer greens. Thank you to everyone who came out, I love meeting you and creating things together!
I have announced some new classes for this Spring! You can find them at: www.sarahwinward.bigcartel.com. These classes make wonderful gifts for beginning florists, or your flower loving friends and mothers!
I love when I feel really connected to a wedding, and I care about every single flower that I am placing. It happens when the client is as enthusiastic about flowers as I am, and trusts me. This was one of those cases.
This wedding was took place at an Irish Stone Barn set on a grassy field overlooking lake michigan. It was an inspiring place, and the people I was working for were even more inspiring.
There was so much thought put into this wedding. The mother of the bride designed it, and even personally embroidered every napkin so that each guest could take it home as a gift from the wedding. She took us around on their family farm and showed us things that we could clip, and sent us home with a basket of vegetables from her garden. Such passion and appreciation of nature is contagious, and it pushed us to make the wedding as beautiful as we possibly could.
I love my job.
A special thanks to Kelly Lenard from Intertwine style for snapping these beautiful photos for me after we set up. A lady of multiple talents!
Guest count: 8.
I see a lot of weddings. Some are big some are small, some are really emotional, some are just big parties. This one was perfect. I had the opportunity to do flowers for this beautiful couple and their wedding, where they had just their six most important guests join them. At Sunstone Winery they had an incredibly beautiful ceremony performed by a shaman, and then they feasted on a delicious 12 course meal lit by hundred of candles lining the stone patio. It was romantic and warm and I feel lucky to have been a able to provide flowers for it.
Photos by John and Joseph Photography
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