Here’s the Dirt…"Simple Boutonnieres and Flower Girl Basket"







Making them natural…
Boutonnieres and Flower Girl Baskets
have changed over the years…
I love the simplicity of these we did for
some recent weddings.
Keeping them simple…
I used thistle, scabiosa pods,
seeded eukalyptus, daisies
and finished them off with natural jute.
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Here’s the Dirt…A "Vintage" wedding…a few of the small details…





From mason jars to paper bag signs…
a few of the small details…

This wedding was so much fun
creating new ways to use basic items.
The “Reserved for Earl” printed bags were
used to reserve a parking spot for the 1952
truck the bride and groom were leaving the
church in…
We used jute, lunch bags and mini clothes pins to
hang the signs. The jute was tied to 2 saw horses,
that we decorated with hanging mason jars filled
with snowball viburnum and hypernicum.

Here’s the Dirt…"Orange & Green" at The Clay Pot!





“Orange & Green”
at
The Clay Pot!
Here are two of my favorite
colors worked together
to create these fun,
springtime arrangements.
Anything orange…I love!
Anything green…I love!
Here I used
green hydrangeas,
green trick,
green hypernicum berries,
and orange renunculas.

Here’s the Dirt…"It’s hip to be square…"




I love these square baskets
filled with simple flowers.
I used green “Hypernicum” berries,
salmon “Quince”, “Geraldine Roses”,
“Trick” and “Mood Moss” to create these
wonderful mini arrangements.
The natural baskets
come in a 4×4, 5×5 and a 6×6 square size
and are available in three colors…neat!
The Clay Pot,
423.265.2007

Here’s the Dirt…Flowers for the "Clegg Wedding"


“The Clegg Wedding”
What a beautiful bride and groom!
It was a honor to be asked to provide the flowers for
the wedding of Christy Fazio and Will Clegg.
Christy requested simple and elegant flowers,
using a white and green color combination.
We used white hydrangeas, white spider mums,
white cushion mums, mood moss, green hypernicum
berries and an assortment of greenery.
The simple flowers combination, massed together created
a beautiful atomosphere and
an elegant evening for the bride and groom and all
their special friends.
The special event was capture beautifully by
Daisy Moffatt Photography.
To see more of Daisy’s beautiful work
visit her web site at