Happy 1 year Anniversary to Zack and Kim!!! What could be better than a spring wedding, full of sunshine, at one of the most sunning venues with a pond? Nothing! Kim and Zack were able to spread the love (and sunshine) at Derby Lane Estate with their beautiful spring flowers. Kim is the lead floral designer at Floral V Designs, and her wedding flowers were something dreams were made of. She was able to showcase her amazing, in season-spring florals through all the personal bouquets, but also through three wedding arches and reception decor. These wedding arches created the perfect backdrop for their May wedding. Thanks to Lost and Found Event Rentals for custom making these for us!!! A bonus was being able to repurpose the flowers on a bridge over the water( a fabulous idea from the photographer), creating an amazing image for the Bride and Groom. Every detail was planned perfectly, even down to the spring palate of dress colors that of course matched the amazing flower choices.. Let’s be real, who doesn’t love a bright spring flowers with sunshine? Congratulations to Kim and Zack, what a perfect day you two created! Photographer: Sarah Babcock Flowers: Floral V Designs
Danyel and Adam had a beautiful, classic wedding at Greenacres Foundation. From the long isle lined with floral arrangements to the gorgeous hanging 8×8 foot floral installation, everything fit into place. The Chuppah was adorned in a mix of white roses and orchids, green foliages with pops of dried elements. Danyel’s bouquet was a hand tied bouquet of mixed white garden roses, white Playa blanca roses and white orchids. Every part of the day was full of white and ivory tones. Danyel loved monochromatic white look with the pop of wooden elements to help keep everything flowing. There were many focal points seen throughout the reception, from flowers hanging from the tent to their Photo Booth backdrop consisting of a green boxwood hedge with their name in script and of course more white and ivory florals. No detail was left out in the execution of this beautiful day! We love to see a classic wedding with classic colors. Congratulations to you both! Photography: Amanda Donaho Photo Planning and design: I Do Weddings and Events Rentals: All Occasions Tent Draping: Fitz the Occasion Florals: Floral V Designs
A classic black and white wedding, held in the “Hall of Mirrors” on a perfect January day? It was everything Lainy and Blake could have asked for and more. They were looking for an elegant and timeless look for their wedding day and boy did they get it! The Hilton Cincy Netherland Plaza created the backdrop for their classic black and white wedding. Between the beautiful tall floral centerpieces and the gold candelabras, we were truly able to bring their dreams to life. The cream and champaign colored flowers created a timeless look to the entire “art-deco” ballroom. The room was filled with gold candles, to help tie the elegance together! Glamorous dresses and beautiful bouquets helped bring the elegance to a whole new level. And let’s not forget about their 6-tier cake covered in over 200 flowers as well, a statement people will surely not forget! Lainy carried a beautiful brides bouquet of mixed white open roses and garden roses, a classic design for sure! Lainy and Blake, congratulations on your wedding day, it was truly timeless! Photography by Lindsey Logeman
Meredith and David were able to focus on their love under a beautiful wooden arch adorned with fall-colored florals and pampas grass, at Canopy Creek Farm. Their love was shared by their family and friends; but the special guest was their dog, Lox. Lox was able to celebrate the fall colors by having his collar adorned in flowers of his own! Their centerpieces were lovely short pieces which matched the ones on the cake. Who doesn’t love a pop of color as seasons change at a beautiful barn venue? Photography by Brook Townsend Photography Venue: Canopy Creek Farm Each photo is able to showcase Meredith and David’s special day and shows off their beautiful flowers throughout their special day. Shown are how we are able to incorporate flowers on a ceremony arch, a cake, through centerpieces in a variety of ways, and even with a beloved pet. Each way is just another unique way in which a couple can show their love throughout their big day.
The fall colors at this glamorous industrial venue were able to create the perfect backdrop for a gorgeous couple! Nicole and Ian held their fall wedding at Mojave East, which added to their spectacular color scheme. The bride’s beautiful bouquet featured dusty pinks and purples, surrounded by creams and greenery. The bridesmaids bouquets also featured these colors. This fall color scheme was seen throughout their entire big day, from bouquets, drink koozies, and centerpieces. The industrial venue created the perfect compliment and helped tie their color palate together perfectly. By adding a touch of metal from the chairs to help tie in the gold votives on each of their tables. Three different centerpieces adorned the tables at the reception, each one adding more details to this flawless day. The floating candles of various heights truly were able to add a romantic feel to the industrial reception space, helping to warm it up. Fall colors at a glamorous industrial venue such as Mojave East will always be a crowd pleaser. Every delicate touch added to Nicole and Ian’s special day created memories that will last them a lifetime! Photography by Sarah Babcock Florals by Floral V Designs
We absolutely loved working with Angela and Linda at Stone Valley Meadows for the first event launching an exciting new venue to the Dayton and Cincinnati area. Thank you to Flourish & Co. for the amazing detail shots of this beautiful day. All wooden cutouts and champagne wall by Fox Wedding Designs. All stationary, menus, place cards by J Char Designs.