Inspired by the natural beauties that flowers are, Honey of a Thousand flowers creates fresh and organic feeling flowers for weddings and events. Based in Salt Lake City and available for travel.


Sarah and Ian's rehearsal dinner

Sarah and Ian's wedding rehearsal and wedding at San Ysidro ranch was planned and designed by the talented gals at Bash, Please and these stunning photos are from Mr. Tec Petaja.
I feel lucky have been able to contribute to Sarah and Ian's wedding. They asked for color, and color they got! Sometimes florists (and I dare say others, too) get the urge to eat flowers they are working with. I had the urge to eat these ones, maybe my mouth even watered a little bit. The colors were just too good. 

I still can't really believe that all of you in southern california you all have bougainvillea at your disposal all the time.  I would be the highway patrol's worst nightmare if I lived there! For this event there were many mad dashes up the freeway walls to clip this pretty stuff and then try to shove it into the minivan whilst my heart is beating fast and my fingers are getting filled with thorns. (but I'll take a thorn any day for this stuff). The shape the bushes grow in is so organic, and the blooms look like ladies swishing their skirts. And the colors!

Stay tuned for photos from their wedding coming soon.
Special thanks to Addison for all her help assisting me for this event. 

Reader Comments (2)

Oh, your work is absolutely stunning! Certainly a calling as it all feels/looks effortless. Is it possible to inquire about the little punched metal votives in the photos? I'd love to have them on hand to decorate our family table when entertaining here in Portland Oregon. Warmly, Julie

February 21, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterJULIE MACHEN

Mind blowing idea for lovely wedding…

September 15, 2014 | Unregistered Commenterkaily fitz

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