Laura + Tim are such a delight! The love they have for each other and their families is incredibly infectious. We were so excited to plan their wedding full of flowy and organic florals with plenty of personal touches. Since Laura and Tim met and lived in New York City, they wanted to keep with an urban feel and The Foundation Architectural Reclamation was the perfect backdrop. Its exposed ceilings and original wood floors were the perfect canvas for all of their peach, coral and ivory florals. We were obsessed with their XOXO marquee letters from Ultrapom that served as a great nod to The Ship‘s marquee letters where Laura’s very musical family hosted an after party concert. During their reception, Laura’s dad performed a song he wrote for her and there was not a dry eye in the house! Tim, a professional chef, made a super yummy clementine herb marmalade as a favor for all the guests. Moxie Catering served a delicious family style meal and cookies for a late night snack and Take the Cake provided their gorgeous cake. Vintage dishes and gold flatware was provided by The Vintage Plate Company and paper goods by MaeMae Paperie and Announce This. The PhotobusKC kept guests entertained while DJ Elwood kept them dancing. M&E Photo Studio captured their day beautifully. Check out their wedding video below by One Tree Weddings–and have the tissues handy! Planning and floral by Hitched.
We loved working with Danielle + Raj to bring their classic and timeless floral vision to life. With Longview Mansion as their backdrop, Danielle kept her florals neutral with pops of coral and pink. We loved designing and installing the dramatic fountain piece as the perfect focal point for their ceremony in Longview Mansion’s lush garden. The stunning cake provided by Classic Cakes was one of the bride’s favorite elements that we highlighted with romantic florals and soft candlelight. Sharaya Mauck Photography captured the day flawlessly!
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Do you love events, are a quick learner, play nice with others, obsess over details to the point of OCD, have a flexible schedule and don’t mind hard work and late nights?! Sign on up by emailing your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org! We’re looking for a part-time florist and part-time event coordinator. Check out the details below!
Part-time Florist: A creative spirit that can still button up for events to help with floral design assistance, decor assistance and DIY projects. Someone to help set-up and tear down events who doesn’t mind the nitty-gritty of processing flowers, cleaning buckets and counting votives. Must be available for the dates below:
Part-time Event Coordinator: A people person that can help run events with a velvet glove. A team player who can attend client/vendor meetings, run rehearsals and help where needed in the studio and during events. Someone who can problem solve on the fly and doesn’t mind setting up and tearing down events. Must be available for the dates below:
Photo by Lark Photography
Ann + Matt are so cute together! As childhood friends, they wanted to throw a fantastic fete to celebrate the official joining of their families. We loved their bright and cheery wedding palette which included bold yellows, dusty grey, and touches of summery coral. The Hobbs Building was the perfect backdrop to incorporate all their quirky vintage touches: magnetic escort cards, a custom painted bags game, a custom metal sign created by the bride’s father, and most importantly a huge dance party! We were so moved by their traditional Greek wedding ceremony at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church. They even served cake with traditional Greek wedding cookies made by Matt’s family. Feasts of Fancy provided catering and bar. CaraSue Hall did a fabulous job with hair and make-up. Jeff Holmes from Holmes Music World kept guests dancing all night and Darbi G. Photography captured everything in between (and quite beautifully we might add!). Planning and floral provided by Hitched. Check out more photos from their wedding featured on The Knot!
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Abby + Jeff are so adorable and we were honored to be part of their wedding. Their huge smiles are so contagious! We loved their colorful florals with lush greenery, pops of bright pink and touches of rich yellow and gold. The Bauer Event Space was the perfect loft backdrop with it’s beautiful aged architecture for all their whimsy and vintage-inspired details. It’s currently one of our favorite event venues! Allison Wonderland Photographie did a fabulous job capturing all the vibrant colors of the day.
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We had the honor of participating in this year’s Big Reveal at the Amigoni Urban Winery with some of Kansas City’s finest wedding vendors. If you’re not familiar, The Big Reveal is a different take on a typical bridal show where venues feature florists, photographers, planners and cake artists. Sponsoring transportation companies provide limos and trolleys to transport guests between each open house allowing everyone to experience each venue in its full splendor.
In keeping with Amigoni’s classic winery feel, we created earthy pieces with rich florals and flowy greenery with pops of peach and purple. Over the buffet, we installed a hanging manzanita branch piece that mirrored the draping garland perfectly. From the branch piece, we hung delicate floating vases with touches of seasonal sweet peas. Amigoni kept its best wine flowing, while Scrape the Plate Catering provided an impressive spread served on the prettiest plates by The Vintage Plate Company. Forte Quartet entertained guests and even took requests like Metallica! Iced Art created a beautiful cake that was framed by a custom lighting design provided by Ultrapom Event Rental. Deanna, with A Day to Adore Photography captured the event beautifully. Check out her post on the event here and more photos on our website.
Janey + Kenton were the sweetest couple ever! They had their heart set on a casual celebration with rustic charm and The Circle S Ranch was the perfect fit. Their wedding was filled with bright wildflower inspired florals, pops of orange, lush greenery and lots of organic and vintage touches. Guests dined on catering and alcohol by Circle S Ranch and cake by Bella Roca Cakes. Berrygood Light and Sound kept guests dancing until the early hours of the morning. In keeping with the whimsical feel, their wedding favors were the cutest “meant to be” honey bears. Matt Nichols Photography captured their gorgeous day with floral and planning by Hitched.
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