Ashleigh contacted me a month before her summer wedding at Cotton Creek Barn asking about bouquets for her casual summer wedding.
She described a relaxed and fresh, but classic celebration. She wanted mostly greenery and white flowers, with a pop of coral, and after visiting my website had fallen in love with Sadie’s flower style. Part of what I love about this sweet, fun wedding—besides what a joy Ashleigh was to work with—is that it illustrates how two brides (Sadie and Ashleigh) can like a similar floral style but their flowers can still be unique to each couple and celebration. It was such an honor to craft bouquets for Ashleigh’s timeless flower vision.
This is how Ashleigh described her flower experience …
I planned our wedding in about three months. During that time frame, I had lists on top of lists to keep me organized and make sure I kept everything straight. Originally, I wanted to arrange my own bouquets. The closer I got to our wedding date, the more nervous I got about the flowers. I had a fairly good idea of what I wanted them to look like, but I started to realize how much more went into it than just tying up a bouquet the morning of the wedding.
About a month before the wedding, I finally did a quick Google search for florists. I soon came across Jessica’s name, and honestly, it was smooth sailing from there. I fell in love with the images of her work, and she responded to my inquiry very quickly. She was so attentive to my requests and design ideas, and she captured my vision perfectly!
She made it her mission to meet all my needs, and she far exceeded them! She took my Pinterest pins, vague descriptive words, and financial situation and created stunning bouquets that made our wedding day even more personalized and memorable. Although I have only spoken with Jessica via phone, email, and once in person for just a couple short minutes when she delivered the bouquets on my wedding day, I know without any doubt that she is fully committed to her work and her clients. I will forever be grateful for the role she played in our wedding, and I would, without hesitation, recommend her to anyone!
The colors: Mint, Navy, Coral
The style: Timeless, classic, garden, but casual, and fresh
The flowers: Garden Roses, Ranunculus, Scabious, Sweet Peas, Stock, and Wax Flowers. Variegated Pittosporum, Eucalyptus, and Willow.
Venue: Cotton Creek Barn in New Home, Texas
Photography: Amanda Scott Photography