I put together a couple of tutorials on making flower bracelets for the Brides Cafe
Hop over there to get the full tutorial.
I loved this little hellebores bracelet, even if the photograph of me wearing it it looks a bit dead-hand ish.
photographed this dessert table I styled for Reverie magazine
. The bundt cakes pictured are from Nothing Bunt Cakes
(UT location is in Sandy) and they are DELICIOUS. There are Minimal flowers and other decor here, but lots of food, and I’m pretty sure that is what is supposed to be on a dessert table. I liked the idea of a table that wasn’t all sweets. I also think it is fun that guests could just grab a plum and eat it whole…this would probably be for a more casual outdoor wedding. That eucalyptus garland is one of my favorite pieces to make. It is easy and affordable, and you can hang it above anything that you want to frame.
Thanks to Leo and Reverie for letting me be involved, and nothing bundt cakes for the fine cakes.
These first two paged below are from the magazine
, its a really beautiful publication, head over and flip through.
I had no idea this arrangement was so bright until I looked back on pictures of it later. I loved this bunch of jasmine vine, it looked like rain and it lasted for weeeekkkks.
I went to New York with Kinfolk back in February to help out with their Brooklyn dinner. We made this huge garland and hung it from the ceiling in the space. We also covered doorways and the cheese tables with simple eucalyptus garlands that were textural and beautiful. We ate a delicious dinner by the Jewels of New York. It was great to meet so many wonderful people. Special thanks to Amy Merrick for helping me out with the garland, and to Leo Patrone for the photos. Video by Vs. the brain. Shortly after the dinner I wrote a how-to make a greenery garland for once wed, see it here.
A few favorites from Jess and Matt’s wedding last year. It is up on Utah Bride Blog