Photography by Sarah Babcock Studio – The Dayton Arcade – Nuage Linens – Table Top by Prime Time Party Rental – KMC Weddings If wedding flowers are a top priority for your wedding day, you’ll want to hire an event florist who specializes in wedding work. There are different types of florists with different areas of expertise. Your local flower shop can design bouquets and centerpieces for you, but they probably don’t offer the extensive rental selection a wedding florist does. Elaborate custom pieces probably aren’t an option. The type of florist you’ll want to work with depends completely on your vision for your wedding flowers! At Floral V Designs, weddings are our passion, and our team has years of experience creating custom designs to reflect our couples. Cady, Lauren or Kim sit down with each potential client to discuss their wedding day wish-list, priorities, and budget. We will create a proposal specifically tailored to that couple. The proposal is just the beginning, however: weddings are productions that require a great deal of time, skill and effort to bring a couple’s vision to life! Photography by Sarah Babcock Studio – Draping by Unlimited Events – Dayton Arcade Design and Planning by KMC Weddings When you hire an event florist, you’re investing in a product and a service. It all starts with consultations, crafting custom proposals, sketching concepts. From there we answer questions and changes throughout the planning process. Next we design and set the wedding, flip the ceremony, and tear down the event. As you see there is a lot of time and skill that goes into making a wedding event! Many wedding florists, like Floral V Designs, are actually floral and event designers. This means we are often involved with the overall design of a wedding, and not […]
With the royal wedding getting ready to take place, we were inspired by Kate Middleton’s bridal bouquet of Lily of the Valley and Hyacinth. With over 300 stems of locally grown flowers, this breathtaking blush and white bridal bouquet filled the room with its perfume. Lily of the Valley is one of the top loved wedding flowers for the past century! These beautiful pictures were taken at The Estate at Sunset Farm by Full Frame Photography.
What a fabulous centerpiece from the Dayton Greek Orthodox Temple. The room was glittered in blue and gold with crystal details. The flowers were large vases topped with peonies, hydrangeas, iris, roses, spray roses, freesias, lisianthus, larkspurs and stock. Inside the vase sat a single white cymbidium orchid bloom floating in crystal clear water. A small and simple touch for the guests eyes to see. Thank you Sarahbabcockstudio.com for the beautiful images.
Using in season summer flowers is a great way to guarantee perfection in your floral product. This bridal bouquet consisted of dahlias, garden roses, stock, freesias, lisianthus, white solidago and ranuculas. All of these flowers are available from summer to fall. Of course you can get them most times of year, but the cost will be greater and the quality won’t be as good.
Babies breath has become such a popular choice for brides wanting to achieve the rustic look. With cost savings and hardiness, babies breath is a top choice for the bride on a budget. We took the bouquet a little further. This bridesmaids bouquet is full of big bloom babies breath and mixed with white wax flower. It is bound by burlap ribbon and pearl pins; a great finishing touch to any outdoor rustic wedding theme.
This amazing wedding took place at the Manor House in Mason Ohio. The ceremony was located in their Carriage house and the reception was held on site as well. The couple had such an elegant wedding. The pictures show it all! Thank you to Estes Images for the beautiful pictures. Check them out for beautiful photography for your wedding!
This beautiful bridal party started their pictures in front of the Dayton Art Institute. The ceremony was in the Italian Cloister and the reception was in the Gothic Room. The bride carried a bouquet of natural dark blue hydrangeas, dyed blue dendrobium orchids, blue thistle and blue delphinium; all wrapped in ivory lace fabric. The bridesmaids held a bouquet of white hydrangeas, white roses, green hypericum berries and green kermit mums collared in variegated pitt greenery. Awesome boutonniere of white dendrobium orchids, blue thistle and dark blue delphinium wrapped in ivory satin ribbon. Tall centerpiece of white babies breath, queen annes lace and blue thistle; all on a clear glass pilsner vase. Low centerpiece of white hydrangeas, babies breath, blue thistle all hand tied in a cylinder vase. Thank you to Sarah Babcock Studio for the beautiful pictures!