Brian & Kayla’s St. Augustine Wedding Video at The White Room

What’s better than a sneak peek of a gorgeous White Room wedding? A video! All the heart eyes for Brian and Kayla’s St. Augustine wedding! Stay tuned for a full blog post in the coming weeks.

Videography: Paul Literal Productions, LLC

Photography: Jenn Guthrie Photography

Prep: Bayfront Marin House

Ceremony & Reception: The White Room

Bridal Boutique: Grace Style and Bridal

DJ & Entertainment: ProShow Disc Jockey Service

Hair & Make-up: Studio Bride

Aerial Footages: Vantage Point Aerials, LLC.


Corporate Party Design, Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront

We’ve had the honor of providing the florals/decor for Tapestry’s (formally Coach) corporate employee appreciation party, held every January, for the last nine years! The client gives us a theme and we create the design. It is a really fun event for us to express our creativity and we’re so thankful they’ve trusted us for so long. 

Tapestry now represents three brands- Coach, Kate Spade and Stewart Weismann. Being a fashionable brand, we knew we needed to make something that made a statement! 

Fantasy Floral Details 

Overall theme: Glitz &Diamonds (perfect for them!)

Centerpieces: A mix of high and low.

The high/tall centerpieces were made with lots of greenery with pops of white. We used mainly white roses for the white accent, but also strategically placed some petite orchids. The stands were also “dripping” in crystal, which looked beautiful with all the surrounding candlelight. 

Low pieces were candles, “diamonds” and white rose petals atop gold sequin runners. 

*Here are our non-professional snapshots from the event!

Venue: Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront 


Jenny + Adam’s Bowing Oaks Plantation Wedding


Jenny + Adam’s Bowing Oaks wedding last fall was more than two years in the making. Actually, 10 if you want to consider how long they’ve been together! The couple are high school sweethearts and knew from early on that they were a forever match. After getting engaged, planning began! But Jenny knew she wanted to wait until she finished school to have the actual wedding.  We have to admit- it was one of our longest engagements, but so worth the wait!

Fantasy Floral Details 

Bouquets: These were so fun to make! They had a lovely round, full shape. We used two timeless options- roses, hydrangea, as well as dusty miller, brunia berries (one of our favorite options for adding a hint of grey/silver to arrangements), and anemones (known for it’s bold, black center)! It was gorgeous!  The bridesmaids carried slightly smaller versions of Jenny’s bouquet. 

Boutonniere: Adam’s boutonniere was made with anemone and dusty miller. The groomsmen wore white roses. 

Ceremony: A timeless, classic option- white rose petals lining the aisle!

Welcome signage: A greenery spray for the top of the signage with seeded eucalyptus, brunia berries, roses, and anemone. 

Reception: Wood boxes with lots of fluffy, full white hydrangea, paired with dusty miller and brunia berry accents with pops of anemone. 

Sweetheart table: Over the gold sequin linen, we placed white rose petals to accompany the repurposed bouquets as a centerpiece. 

Cake topper:  We topped her three small cakes with roses, brunia berries and seeded eucalyptus. The larger center cake also had anemone. 

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Creative Team:

Venue: Bowing Oaks Plantation

Photographer: Lisa Silva Photography 

 Coordination: CK Design & Events 

Makeup:  Betsy’s Pro Makeup Artistry 

Hair: The Bardot 

Bar: The Perfect Pour 

Catering:  MOJO Old City BBQ 

Rentals: Luxe Party Rentals 

DJ:  ProShow DJ 

Old Time Classic Glam Wedding at Nocatee Crosswater Hall, Kelsey + Chris

Kelsey and Chris’ Nocatee Crosswater Hall was all about classic glam elements- metallics, ribbons, pearls, and crystals with a timeless color palette of navy blue and white.  

Fantasy Floral Details

Kelsey’s Bouquet: The bride’s something blue came in the form of flowers in her bouquet. A cascade of roses, delphinium (the pop of blue), babies breath and lots of greenery- including fern and ivy for the lush, draped effect. 

Reception: For guest tables, it was all about the drama! Tall lighted glass vases with large, rounded floral arrangements draped in pearls. The white florals were hydrangea and babies breath, and the greenery included fern and ivy. 

The cake table included silver branches draped in pearl + crystal (Kelsey’s). Fresh floral toppers for the bundt cakes were made of white roses, babies breath, and thistle.  

The sweetheart table was covered in fresh white rose petals. 

The couple also provided some of their own DIY silk arrangements, which were beautifully integrated with the fresh (bridesmaids bouquet, ceremony items, candy table). 

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Ponte Vedra Wedding Venue: Nocatee Crosswater Hall 

Jacksonville Photographer:  West House Photography 

Makeup: Makeup by Paulina Perez

Catering: D’vine Cuisine
Cake or Sweets: Nothing Bundt Cakes
Band/DJ: Dj Thundercat
Videographer: KME Films and Entertainment 

Blue + White Deerwood Country Club Wedding, Shannon & Ben

Shannon & Ben selected the Deerwood Country Club in Jacksonville for their wedding day.  We don’t see Country Club weddings as often as we used to, but we still love them! 


Fantasy Floral Details

Bouquets: Shannon’s bouquet was a cascading style with calla lily, roses, babies breath and ivy accents. The bridesmaid bouquets were made in a rounded posy style with blue and white hydrangea, accented with white roses. 

Ceremony: the adorable flower girl carried a kissing ball made of white spray roses and light blue hybrid delphinium Large arrangements were placed on pillars that lined the aisle and defined the altar. These pieces included many of the same florals as the bouquets & flower girl’s ball- delphinium, hydrangea, roses with a variety of greenery/foliage. 

Reception: we created tall, rounded centerpieces with fern, roses +hydrangea in the same combination of light blue and ivory/white. We used clear glass vases with room in the base for added “floating” style florals. 

Venue:  Deerwood Country Club

Planning: Elegant Weddings by Lisa

Photography: Dan Harris PhotoArt 

Cake: Kakes by Katie

Ceremony Music: Jacksonville Strings

DJ: McGee Entertainment

Hair and MakeUp: Artistry by Erin

Transportation: AA Susie’s Limousine Service

Pranoo + Paul’s Tropical, Greeny Filled Indian Wedding at Epping Forest Yacht Club

Pranoo & Paul’s Epping Forest Yacht Club wedding in Jacksonville was divine! They opted for copious greenery and vert minimal flowers and we’re THRILLED with the result! 

Fantasy Floral Details

Bouquets: White Calla Lillies, accented with grass. Pronoo carried large stems, while her maids carried miniatures. 

Ceremony: The aisle chairs were decorated with palm leaves.  We did not create the red and white carnation garland which was used for The Varmala/ Jai Mala ceremony. But a little side note about – this is where the bride and groom place a fresh flower garland (it looks similar to a Hawaiian lei) around each other’s necks. Many couples prefer to provide their own for the ceremony, but we have created them in the past and would love to again in the future!

Reception: This is where the look really WOWED!  Beneath the trip of candles, we placed greenery. We also included grasses and white orchids on some tables.  Then, for the place settings, palm leaves atop each plate.


Venue: Epping Forest Yacht Club

Photographer: Christy Whitehead Photography

Wedding Planning: Southern Charm Events 

Beauty: Makeup by Paulina Perez  

Jacksonville Wedding Florist Instagram Roundup: Bouquets

It’s Instagram roundup time! If you don’t follow us on Instagram (and even if you do), we’re sharing our last five bouquets from our Insta feed to give you a little inspiration!

As you can likely tell, there are two huge trends right now- soft + feminine or bold + bright! To each their own, because we can’t decide! We would love to which one is your favorite! Comment below and tell us which one you’d love for yourself.

The beauty above was for a recent wedding at Casa Marina in Jacksonville Beach. The touches of peach were so refreshing to see (we’re seeing a shift from blush to peach).

This one was for a wedding at the Cummer Museum. We blogged about it here

This has been a HUGE hit! It was our favorite post of the recent months and was actually published on InStyles’ blog! Read more about that here

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Decoding your bouquet style: How different shapes create different impressions

Selecting a bouquet is an important decision (as are so many others in the wedding planning process). Your bouquet is an accessory, as well as a decor element. It’s where you begin to incorporate wedding style & color. And for some, sentimental meaning. From carrying a rose bouquet like your grandmother to including freesia for innocence and friendship, your bouquet is the most personal flower choice you’ll make on your wedding day.

The size, shape, color and floral selection in your bouquet all matter for conveying your wedding “theme”

Posy – The timeless option that most people think of when they say “bouquet of flowers”. A “tight” yet slightly organic style bouquet with lots of blooms, often hand tied or wrapped. We consider this the most popular for modern weddings. 

Round –  The other timeless option that many people immediately think of when referring to a wedding bouquet. This is a “dome” of flowers in a very tight, round ball shape. However, this isnt’ to be confused with the pomander, because the stems are still included. They’re usually wrapped pretty tight with ribbon, lace, twine, etc. 

Cascade – We’re seeing a BIG comeback with cascading bouquets. This what what almost every bride married in the 70s and 80s had. Bountiful blooms cascading down the front. Large and in charge. Princess Diana’s has been one of the most memorable cascading bouquets. 

Hand tied (aka garden style) – some people may refer to this style as bohemian, and we must admit, it does have a strong boho vibe. The nature of the design is very free form, loose and organic, with flowing, cascading ribbons and soft ‘edges”. It’s been a popular choice over the last couple of years and we don’t see any major changes in the near future. A greenery bouquet often fits into this category as well. 

Nosegay  – A small bouquet, also known as a tussie-mussie.  These are really just bouquets that are smaller in size from the brides, great for mothers, grandmothers, flower girls and even bridesmaids. They’re usually in a more rounded or hand-tied style and often compared or confused with a posy. They’re very similar. 

Pomander – This is an adorable option that is often seen carried by flower girls. It’s a full rounded circular bouquet suspended/hanging from a ribbon. Usually a single color of hydrangea or roses. 

Composite –  One giant flower! If you’ve ever pictured yourself walking down the aisle with a single stem but would prefer it to be the size of a more “traditional bouquet”, a composite style is exactly what you’re looking for. It’s basically a deconstructed and reconstructed flower.  The best example would be a rose. We take hundreds of petals and recreate the “rose” in a gigantic, no way you could find this in nature, size. It’s quite the statement piece!

We think this article by Inside Weddings gives some great examples of what we’ve described above. 

Although not defined yet, we’re also seeing a trend for bridesmaids to carry something a touch different- from a geometric open terrarium to a wire wreath with floral accents, couples are breaking the bouquet mold and trying something completely different! We’re ALL for expressing individuality and always up for a good challenge 😉 

We specialize in floral artistry in all shapes, styles & sizes. We pride ourselves on creating the style that is best suited for our couple’s preference! We’d love to show you our portfolio and discuss YOUR perfect bouquet! Contact us today to schedule your free consult in the studio (or via video chat). 

A White Wedding at The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens!

We are obsessed with this wedding from this recent Jacksonville wedding at The Cummer Museum.  We LOVE that the couple wanted classic, elegant, timeless beauty with a touch of modern luxury. The all white (with greenery touches) was perfect for them and their wedding venues!

The key to pulling off a successful monochromatic floral look is including lots of texture & depth, as well as playing with shape! A single color choice is anything but boring and we love the challenge of making it POP!  

Fantasy Floral Details

Bouquet: Two rose varieties (a garden + traditional), lisianthus & fern. It was a lovely mix of the traditional “round” shape, with just a touch of the organic, “fresh picked” feel. 

Centerpieces: Tall centerpieces demand a certain level of artistry. And these delivered in spades! Lush greenery, hydrangea & roses in rounded shapes atop tall glass vases. They were incredibly elegant and drew the eye up, which gave extra focus on the beautiful drapery treatment on the ceiling!

Cake: A cascade of fresh white roses. Nothing compliments a cake quite like fresh blooms. The artistry of baking & decorating the perfect cake is truly enhanced with fresh floral accents!  

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Creative Team: 

Ceremony Venue: Basilica of the Immaculate Conception

Reception Venue: Cummer Museum

Photographer: J. Mosley Photography

Floral Trends for Fall

We were recently quoted on a recent article on InStyle called: ” 8 Chic Fall Floral Trends to Inspire Your Wedding Centerpieces.” It was such an honor to provide our expertise!  We had a total OMG moment when it went live and there was most definitely a happy dance in the shop. Ha! 

So, what did we have to say and what trends are other florists seeing? See below! 

We’re #1 on the list with this: 

colorful wedding bouquets with orange, hot pink, fuschia and greenery

Photo by Sunny Lee


“We’re seeing a shift from soft tones to vibrant shades in all spectrums of the rainbow. Lots of blooms with greenery accents, versus all greenery with floral accents. Arrangements and bouquets are leaning toward lush, eye-catching designs.” — Susan Kass, A Fantasy in Flowers.

Others included: 


Head on over to their page to check out the article here  and tell us which wedding trend for fall is your favorite!

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