A few photos of an arrangement from last June. Coral charm peonies, garden roses, foxglove, and plum foliage. 

fritillaria posy

I’m usually a go big or go home type of person when it comes to bouquets…but I made this little posy at the jen huang workshop and I think I am converted. 
These delicate spring blooms could get lost in a huge bouquet, but I think a little handful of them are perfect for a simple bride. 
This was actually an engagement session, and I thought it was appropriate and sweet for that too. 
Beautiful photos by Jen Huang.

jen huang workshop

I feel so lucky to have been able to do the flowers for the Jen Huang workshop this March in Sant Barbara. Jen is an incredibly talented and kind woman, and it was such an honor to work with her. She brought several people together to style content for the attendees to shoot. Her inspiration was dutch masterpiece paintings, and she infused sunny california by incorporating  citrus. (Most of which came from Jen’s own trees)
Photography: Jen Huang
Gown: Temperly
Hair and Makeup: ten.eleven makeup
Table rentals: Borrowedblu
Paper goods: DearJendo

Flower beard!

This is my husband, david. And before you say “oh what a patient man! I can’t believe he lets you do that to him!” I will tell you that this was his idea. Just for fun. Photos by the talented Carissa Gallo.

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Inspired by the outdoors, Sarah creates flowers for weddings and events that are fresh and creative. Based in Salt Lake City and available for travel. This is our Journal, feel free to browse through for recent work. To see full events or seasonal galleries, please visit the flowers tab at the top of the page.