Jackie + Grant had the most beautiful Southern wedding this past January at Summerour :: one of the most beautiful venues right in the heart of Atlanta (although it feels a world away). Soft and vintage with lots of adorable little details, their day was a perfect reflection of the sweet couple they are. And isn’t Jackie just so pretty? We have been lucky to have her helping us out here lately, too! Thank you to Paper Antler for capturing these sweet moments so beautifully. Enjoy! To see more of their images, visit the full blog post over at Paper Antler. And for even more yet (!), check out the feature on Ruffled! Photographer: Paper Antler // Wedding Venue: Summerour // Wedding Flowers and Floral Crown: Amy Osaba // Wedding Planner: Amelia Gazaway // Wedding Dress: Elizabeth Fillmore // Hair: Sarah Bolte // Makeup: Beth Pilgreen // Groom’s Attire: Kenneth Cole // Wedding Caterer: Bold American // DJ: Mike Zarin of Zegi
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So flattered to be featured on Annette Joseph’s blog! Such a talented lady, and I’m just thrilled to grace the pages of her blog. Check it out!
Jessica + Jason’s wedding at JCT Kitchen was so special and intimate. A focus on good food and good times, and a reflection of the city they met and fell in love in. JCT Kitchen oozes with southern charm, also echoed through every detail of their wedding, all beautifully captured by Kate Belle. Their flowers were designed and created by our very own Maria. Her soft + natural palette was made of all kinds of pretty blooms, including dusty miller, peonies, succulents, and ranunculus. Take a look, and we hope you enjoy!
This wedding is featured today on Style Me Pretty! Be sure to check out their post for even more images from this charming wedding.
Vendors :: Venue: JCT Kitchen & Bar // Photographer: Kate Belle // Floral + Decor: Maria Taylor for Amy Osaba Event.Floral.Design // Papercut Installation: Erica Loesing // Officiant: Rev Dawn Smith // Hair & Makeup: Kyle @ Melrose & McQueen // Cake: JCT Kitchen // Photo Booth: AMPD Atlanta // Stationery: Minted // Music: Piedmont Strings + DJ Mike Walsh of AMPD Atlanta // Dress + Veil: Paloma Blanca, La Raine’s Bridal Boutique
Have you picked up the newest issue of Weddings Unveiled yet? Pretty pretty! Including this shoot we had the pelasure of working on with the talented Rylee Hitchner. Always such a treat.To see more images from this shoot, hop on over to Style Me Pretty! Love.
Photography: Rylee Hitchner Photography / Creative Direction, Design + Styling: Jessica Sloane Event Styling & Design / Floral Design: Amy Osaba / Wedding Stationery + Decals: Neither Snow/ Wedding Cake: Dream Cakes Bakery / Rentals: Special Events / Linens: Southern Events Party Rental & Vintage Prop Shop / Chandelier Installation: Allison Rhee of Enamored With / Wedding Dress: Badgley Mischka / Bride’s Veil: The Bride Room / Hair + Makeup: Joanna Ballentine
“We covered the table with an old schoolhouse chalkboard, complete with cracks and scribbles to mimic the night’s sky dotted with sparkly mercury glass votives. The beauty of having a dark backdrop allows for all the colors, particularly the flowers, to really glow. Amy Osaba collected some wintery branches with dried leaves to add a coppery touch to her arrangements. Never underestimate the beauty of what you can forage during the winter. Dried leaves, seeds, and pods add textural variety and movement to any arrangement.”
It’s the best feeling to be a part of something truly beautiful. Just like this shoot. A dream team of ladies who come together and this magic happens. And so thrilled that Snippet & Ink thought so, too! Visit their beautiful blog to see the rest of this shoot…Photographer: Ali Harper / Styling: Ginny Branch / Floral Design: Amy Osaba / Recipe Concepts and Food Styling: Alison Leuker / Hair & Makeup: Claudia Mejerle / Dress: Ivy & Aster / Invitation: Bella Figura
It’s always such a pleasure working on shoots for Atlanta Weddings Magazine. Especially when it’s with some of our very favorite folks. This one is a love story taking place in one of the most romantic cities in Georgia. The idea is almost a peek into a couple’s destination wedding weekend in Savannah. We follow them antiquing at Alex Raskins, rickshaw riding in front of The Pink House, enjoying a cafe au lait at Paris Market, and dancing on River Street with a jazz band. Savannah is such a sleepy and sentimental town, rich with history, and the perfect backdrop for a getaway with your beloved. Photos by Jeremy Harwell, styling by Ginny Branch Styling and Designs, hair + makeup by Claudia Mejerle, floral design by Maria Taylor for Amy Osaba Event.Floral.Design, paper goods by Erica Loesing. And a big thank you to Atlanta Weddings for always inviting us along for the ride. And this pretty behind the scenes video by Whitney Tomasino ::
So excited to have this shoot featured today on 100 Layer Cake!
It is no secret that on any given wedding day you very well may see one of us alongside the road clipping branches or plucking wildflowers. When the season is right the handpicked look and feel is truly just that somedays. Especially now that Spring is in the air, visions of cherry blossom and everything pretty and bright dance in our heads. For a little bit more insight into the ao handpicked style, hop on over to check out this fall feature on the HGTV Gardens blog.I’ll bet you wouldn’t be able to tell which blooms were plucked or purchased here!
So happy to share this Great Expectations themed shoot we created for The Atlantan Brides Magazine. Moody, lush, and unruly to echo the look and feel of Lullwater Acres, a place you almost feel is lost in time. There is no other venue in the city that could have better illustrated the epic romance of this story. The fern was an underlying element, used both literally and graphically, from the floral arrangements to the “lacey” paper table runner. All of this set against the gorgeous furniture pieces from Settee, and seen through the lens of Heidi, styled by Ginny …total magic. See for yourself…Be sure to pick up the current issue of The Atlantan Brides on stands now!And you just have to check out this incredible Super 8 film by Chris Dekmar ::
Photography: Heidi Geldhauser of Our Labor of Love // Planning and Coordination: Simply Charming Socials // Styling and Creative Direction: Ginny Branch // Floral Design: us! // Paper Goods + Runner: Erica Loesing // Hair & Makeup: Claudia Mejerle // Food Styling and Creation: Alison Lueker of Sun in My Belly // Furniture rentals: Settee Event Decor Rental // Dress: Kelly’s Closet // Cake: Anne Kathleen Cakes // Super 8 mm Filmographer: Chris Dekmar
We were beyond excited when Vanessa chose Rylee Hitchner to photograph her wedding. As will you when you see these gorgeous images! Her use of light and composition is just so, so lovely. And then in came the talented Mrs. Ginny Branch to style all of the pretty details. The talented Mrs. Erica Loesing’s beautiful hand lettering details are my absolute favorite. Already a total match made in heaven. Vanessa and Chris were married at the beautiful Montaluce Winery in Dahlonega. It really is a special place, giving you the feeling of being lost somewhere in Europe (but somehow you’re in Georgia!). The rolling grounds, the architecture, the food (and wine!), everything. Vanessa was so sweet from the very moment we met. I love when a bride has confidence in the process that the flowers + details will speak for themselves. This always makes for the best collaborations. Thank you so much Vanessa + Chris for allowing us to be a little part of your big day. Best of luck to you and your new little family!! xoxo
Let’s give a big round of applause to Ms. Amy Osaba who is featured as one of Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Ten Under 40! ”A group of young tastemakers who are creating beauty, orchestrating ideas and galvanizing change in Atlanta, all the while making it a better place to live.” What an honor, and what a fabulous group of people. Styling by our good friend, the one and only Ginny Branch; photos by Caroline Petters! Click here to view the whole article.
We hope you have enjoyed the past four videos of Erin + Rich’s Barnsley Gardens wedding! We have one final video to share today :: see the inspiration behind how all of the lovely details came together, creating a day neither you nor your guests will ever forget. DIY elements make a wedding truly personal, and we always love to have a bride + groom involved in their big day. There is just so much to love about this wedding. Thank you so much to Erin + Rich for letting us be a part of this special wedding, and to HGTV’s DIY Network for capturing everything so beautifully (many more DIY videos on their site!). We look forward to many more collaborations in the future! Oh, and all of those gorgeous vintage pieces are all from the one and only Four Inch Fold. Enjoy!
We’re so thrilled to see Christina + Dan’s gorgeous Callanwolde wedding featured on Elizabeth Anne Designs! Thank you so much for the love. Gosh this was a pretty wedding. Makes us so excited for spring and all of the pretty blooms that come with it! Thank you to Erin Hearts Court for capturing everything so beautifully. Click here to hop on over to EAD to check it out, or here to see the full feature on our blog.
Join us Wednesday, February 6 at West Elm at Atlantic Station for their Spring Social! We’ll be there with our dear friend Miss Ginny Branch to share all kinds of fun spring ideas + inspiration (plus tips on creating your very own florals just in time for Valentines Day!). We’d sure love to see you!
We’re big on creating visual interest, a thoughtful experience your guests are sure to remember. Today’s HGTV’s DIY Network video features our inspirations behind creating the signature ao tablescape. Using concepts such as texture, balance, and movement, we create a series of vignettes, breaking free of the traditional “roundy moundy” central arrangement. Little vignettes, incorporating fruits and other non-floral elements … all of the little things that make a big impact!
For Erin + Rich’s sweet ceremony we created a hanging flower garden to act as a focal point for the altar area. Lots of little vintage bottles filled with a gradation of pink and sherbet-colored ranunculus made a big impact in the gorgeous old tree. Today’s HGTV’s DIY Network video features behind-the-scenes in how we created this piece. Hope you love it as much as we do. xo
Today’s HGTV’s DIY Network video features behind-the-scenes in making the swing. Oh how we love the swing. A sweet, romantic vignette your guests are sure to love, too. Enjoy!
We had the absolute pleasure of working on Erin + Rich’s gorgeous Barnsley Gardens wedding this past fall (ahh, we can’t wait to share the photos! Until then see a sneak peek on David + Kendrick’s blog here). We were thrilled to bring HGTV’s DIY Network along with us to film all of the details. This week we will be posting a series of videos showing behind the scenes of how the magic is made. Beginning today with the fabric chandelier, setting a soft and romantic mood for their pretty outdoor reception… Enjoy!
Happy New Year! We hope you all had a lovely holiday season, and we couldn’t be more excited to kick off 2013. We have so many weddings and events we’re so thrilled about for the coming year. We wanted to start by sharing a gorgeous shoot we had the pleasure to be a part of for V5 of Southern Weddings Magazine. (Have you picked up your copy yet? Chocked full of oodles of pretty images and gorgeous ideas. You can also purchase a copy here!) Also, for many more images from this shoot, hop over to the Southern Weddings blog. These images by the talented Melissa Schollaert are sure to please. Enjoy!
full vendor lineup :: Planning and Coordination: TOAST // Photography: Melissa Schollaert // Venue: Foxhall Resort and Sporting Club, Douglasville, GA // Flowers: us! // Stationery, Paper Goods, + Favors: Erica Loesing // Letterpress on invitation: Alee & Press // Furniture and Trays: Settee // Chairs, glassware, flatware and china: We Rent Atlanta // Table runner, cake table linens and napkins: I Do Linens // Hair and Make-Up: Scoobie West // Cake and Cake Stand: Sweet Sensations // Bee Pin: Emily Elizabeth Bee Stud Earrings // Backdrop: Michelle Edgemont // Mason Jars and Moonshine Set-up: TOAST // Pecan Pies: Tabora Family Bakery – Peachtree City, GA // Bride’s Gown: Romona Keveza from Joan Pillow Salon
This wedding is quite a treat for us to share with you. Leslie is my cousin, so aside from the obviously gorgeous images from Heidi Geldhauser, this wedding was extra special to work on. I finally got to share the gorgeous, vast cornfields of Illinois I talk so fondly about with Amy, Meredith, Heidi, and Christian. It really was so special, and I’m thankful to have all of these awesome people I get to work with and call friends.
Leslie + Lloyd got married on Leslie’s family farm in rural Illinois in true Americana style on Fourth of July weekend. A combination of flowers shipped in (like the pretty peonies and ranunculus) mixed with local wildflowers picked on and around the farm created an effortless, yet elegant feel. Amy’s chuppah was gorgeous, located where two of the cornfields meet behind the house. Guests enjoyed the Jewish/Christian ceremony seated on haybales circling around the couple. Oh, and I should mention that my cousin Reed drove Leslie to the aisle in an antique Model T that he and my late uncle restored together. We arrived to the farm to a treasure trove of antique vessels my aunt has collected over the years, which we used for most of the reception flowers. All of the tables were covered in an assortment of her pretty vintage linens and china pieces. Tons of handmade details (a handpainted flag, papercut table numbers and matching escort cards, wood road signs…), and a big thanks to our intern Meredith for all of her help getting it all done. We battled tons of bugs and crazy heat, but in the end you would be none the wiser when seeing these gorgeous images Heidi took. The story begins with a “fun on the farm day,” complete with pig races (so cute!), a petting zoo, skeet shooting… you name it. And ends with a big grand fireworks finale. Hope you enjoy!
So excited to have this shoot featured on 100 Layer Cake today!
A little blurb about the concept of this shoot from our good friend, stylist Ginny Branch Stelling :: “Let’s get down to brass tacks here… The groom needs a stock-the-bar party. In fact it should be a pre-requisite in wedding planning 101(and how to survive it). The poor fellas endure endless seating arrangement strategizing and awkward first dance lessons, at the very least they should be rewarded handsomely with several bottles of good scotch and bourbon. This story offers a few ways to jazz up an engagement party or even inject a little extra masculinity into the reception… gentleman’s corner, anyone? Why not serve the menfolk bespoke brew samples and send them home with a signature ale, complete with personalized label? Fill moscow mule mugs and mint julep cups with potted herbs and greenery… but have a full set gift wrapped with an accompanying bottle of liquor. Bonus points? Set up a station for wrapping cigars, preferably in a library complete with overstuffed leather chairs and at least a few wild game trophies.”
photographer :: Jeremy Harwell // styling + props :: Ginny Branch Stelling // flowers :: Maria Taylor for amy osaba event.floral.design // paper goods + calligraphy :: Erica Loesing // table :: Blue Eyed Yonder // copper moscow mule mugs :: H&F Bottle Shop // taxidermy bird, cocktail book, bottle opener :: BD Jeffries // beer selection :: Hop City Beer & Wine // location :: Ambient Plus Studio, Atlanta
Elizabeth + Brannard got married on a pretty, sunny day at King Plow Arts Center. Flowers in lovely yellows, whites, and greens, and tons of candlelight lit up the space. Elizabeth is the sister of Amy’s good friend Anne, whose wedding you may remember seeing on our blog earlier this year! We were so excited to be a part of her big day, and just adore Anne and the rest of her family. Lovely photos by Caroline Petters, catering by Bold American, paper goods by Erica Loesing. Enjoy!
Congratulations Elizabeth + Brannard! Wishing you lots and lots of love and happiness…
To piggyback on Tuesday’s gorgeous wedding, we thought you may enjoy Jeni + Justin’s colorful Rehearsal Fiesta! Yes, a fiesta! Packed with lots of bright, Mexican-inspired colors, fun and colorful vessels and random little knick knacks, Mexican paper banners (to match their adorable invitations), and all of the necessary fixin’s for a good time, Jeni + Justin started their big weekend off with a bang. If you didn’t catch their beautiful wedding you can see the whole post here.
We are overjoyed to finally be sharing Jeni + Justin’s special wedding at Hawkesdene House with you. You may have seen it featured on Martha Stewart Weddings and The Bride’s Guide over the last few months. [No one can seem to get over how cute the paint by number was!] Martha even featured Handsome the pug once again on her blog. It was just such a beautiful wedding with so many thoughtful details, held last fall in perfect autumn weather. The ceremony not only celebrated the love of Jeni and Justin but also incorporated Jeni’s daughter Emma, escorted down the aisle by Handsome the pug. Thanks to Jeannine Kennedy of Honeysuckle Wedding Company for coordinating all of the details, and beautiful photos by Alan Friedman. Stay tuned on Thursday for their Rehearsal Dinner fiesta!
Congratulations Jeni + Justin! We wish you lots of happiness and love.
Lauren + Josh were married at the gorgeous Farm at Old Edwards Inn in Highlands, North Carolina. Such a treat for us to spend a weekend in such a beautiful place! There are so many pretty spots on the property, it is the perfect wedding getaway. Lauren had a beautiful vision of flowers in pretty neutrals :: whites, pale yellows, and greens, with a woodsy, romantic look and feel. And the rain let up at all the perfect moments to allow the perfect weather day. Thank you to Tina Rowden Photographers for these beautiful images and Elizabeth Fletcher of I Do Events for doing such a fantastic job bringing everything together. Wishing you lots and lots of happiness Lauren + Josh!
Christina + Dan had the loveliest wedding this past spring at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center. Like her father, Christina is a jewelry maker (see her awesome work here!), so of course designed their very own special wedding bands. She was such a joy to work with, and we loved bringing her vision to life. Pretty spring colors, lots of texture, and huge white balloons for the ceremony. Congratulations Christina + Dan! Thank you for letting us be a small part of your big day. Beautiful photos by Erin Hearts Court. And catering by the one and only Sun in My Belly.
As fall weather slowwwly starts creeping back in we wanted to share a wedding that somehow slipped by the blog last fall, photographed by the incredible Scott Chester. King Plow was the perfect picture of fall :: flowers in shades of whites + deep fall colors of reds, different kinds of apples scattered all around (and an apple tree!), and even the chuppah incorporated baby crab apples. Jen and her mom were such lovely ladies, and just so sweet to work with. To see more images hop over to Scott’s blog! Thank you Jen + Jared for letting us be a small part of your big day. Hoping your first year of marriage has been amazing. Happy [almost] fall!
Hope everyone had a lovely Labor Day weekend! As we gear up to get back into the swing of fall wedding season, we wanted to share this pretty wedding of Hayley + Chris at Second Ponce de Leon Baptist Church. Hayley asked us to create her bridal party flowers using bright colors and petite little succulents. To see more photos of this wedding be sure to visit Michelle Scott Photography’s blog for many more beautiful shots of their big day. Enjoy!
Anne + Thomas had a lovely, lovely wedding in Anne’s quaint hometown of Tifton, Georgia. The ceremony took place at the First United Methodist Church of Tifton, the reception in her parents pretty backyard, backing right up to a lake. Anne’s dad is a big collector of antique cars, so not only did they have their pick of getaway cars but we got the coolest workspace ever! And would you take a look at that cake by Sharon of Sweet Sensations – sugar flowers galore! So beautiful, and to match all of Anne’s favorite flowers we used in the decor. The lovely day was all tied together by Caroline Carter Events and photographed by David Christensen Photography. Hair and makeup by our good friend, the one and only Raney O’Keefe. Guests danced the night away to the sounds of Super T! (the same band who serenaded the wedding of Jenna Bush!). Catering by Epting Events, rentals by Beachview Tent Rentals and Ooh! Events. Thank you Anne + Patti for letting us be a part of this special wedding! It was truly a pleasure getting to know you both!!
Congratulations Anne + Thomas!!!
Stephanie + Mike had a colorful, gorgeous Cinco de Mayo wedding at Puritan Mill. We love getting to work with so much color and fun details. What a treat! Stephanie had gotten all different patterns of colorful napkins from Anthropologie – all of which laid atop a stunning sequined chevron runner stretching down the head table! We designed and built a fabric chandelier which glowed through the evening. For this wedding we were lucky enough not only to become friends with Stephanie but also her mom Barbara – you two were just so sweet and awesome to work with.
Be sure to see their lovely wedding featured on Style Me Pretty for even more photos! Thanks Stephanie + Mike for letting us be a part of your big day!
Thought it would be nice to start the weekend off with an extra dose of pretty [long overdo!]. Maggie + Greg (the couple behind the yummy Westside Creamery!) got married at the gorgeous Fairweather Farms in Monroe, Georgia. Maggie had such a lovely vision for her wedding from the start, and was very involved in the process (she designed her invitations and lots of other fun paper details!). We got to do more than real flowers for her wedding – we made lots and lots of large paper flowers to install crawling up the ceremony tree. Then of course lots of other pretty, real flowers all around. Heidi captured every detail beautifully, and Danielle of Simply Charming Socials coordinated it all together. This was one of those weddings where you want to do it over and over again – not only because you love the couple, but because you love all of the other vendors involved. Hair and makeup by the one and only Raney O’Keefe, catering by 5 & 10, furniture rentals from Four Inch Fold, The Packway Handle Band serenading the night away.
And did we mention that this wedding is featured in the current Martha Stewart Weddings? To say we were excited is a huuuuuge understatement! (see below to view the article) Thank you so much Maggie + Greg for letting us be a part of your big day!
Congratulations Maggie + Greg! Be sure to pick up the current Martha Stewart Weddings to see them in print!
Tracey + Brian’s gorgeous Georgian Terrace wedding was a true pleasure to work on from start to finish. A real labor of love. Tracey and her mom Karen quickly became friends as we coordinated for months leading up to the wedding making sure every detail was just right. With all of our powers combined we worked on everything for their wedding from invitations to flowers, and lots of little things in between. Carla Gates so beautifully captured the details, from the hair + makeup artistry of our good friend Raney O’Keefe to the invitations designed by Erica. Spring weddings have to be one of our favorites – just take a look at this color palette. Pretty sherbet tones, flowering branch. Yum! Thank you so much Tracey + Brian for letting us be a part of your big day! Congratulations Tracey + Brian!
Click HERE to watch the pretty video made by Artworks Wedding Cinema. And HERE to see even more photos featured on Style Me Pretty! photography: Carla Gates // ceremony location: Lutheran Church of the Redeemer // day-of event coordination: Amanda Keller // reception venue + catering: The Georgian Terrace Hotel // floral design + decor: us! // linens: La Tavola // cinematography: Artworks Wedding Cinema // band: A-Town A-List // cake: Frosted Pumpkin Gourmet, Inc // invitations + paper goods: Erica Loesing // hair + makeup: Raney O’ Keefe and Lisa Dale // bride’s dress: Melissa Sweet // bride’s shoes: BHLDN // bridesmaid dresses: Melissa Sweet // bridesmaid shoes: Badgley Mischka
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We have long awaited sharing Anne + Mike’s gorgeous, gorgeous wedding at the Atlanta Freight Depot. Anne is one of Amy’s dearest friends, so today’s post comes from Amy herself ::
Anne is one of my sweetest, dearest friends. I admire her for so many things: her loyalty, her love of God, and her wisdom, among many others. She is one of those people that will be in your life forever and you just know it. I simply adore her. I used to teach her ballet when she was in the 8th grade, so to be a part of her wedding was a complete honor for me. To watch her carefully wait for the man she was supposed to marry and then to meet Mr. Mike – well, it was like my own child was getting married. Mike is such a wonderful man for my sweet Anne, and I am forever grateful for their friendship. This was an absolute labor of love for Erica and I. Erica designed the fabulous invitation suite and did all the letterpress herself. Gorgeousness. This was also my first time working with the talented Tec Petaja. He truly is amazing. Just look at these images… Congratulations Anne + Mike! We love you!
To see more images from this gorgeous wedding, visit the feature on 100 Layer Cake!
photographer: Tec Petaja // floral + decor: us! // venue: The Georgia Railroad Freight Depot // paper goods: Erica Loesing // band: Platinum through East Coast Entertainment // rentals: TLC rents // catering: City of Refuge 180 degree Kitchen // cake: Tammy Aldridge // cake decor: Erica Loesing // bride’s dress: Kelly’s Closet // groom’s suit: Hugo Boss // hair: Max at Dragonfly Salon // makeup: Dawn at Makeup Couture
We had the utmost pleasure to style a shoot with Rue Magazine for Gap Styld.By. Such a fun day shooting, surrounded by so many talented folks. Browse the whole issue of the current Rue Magazine right here!
photography :: Our Labor of Love // fashion styling :: Ginny Branch Styling and Designs // sets and props :: us! // hair and makeup :: Claudia Mejerle and Raney O’Keefe // yummy food (not shown) :: Sun in My Belly
Andrea + Thad’s gorgeous wedding is featured in the current Reverie Magazine. What a beautiful issue. If you haven’t already, you just have to check it out :: such beautiful imagery on every page. We’re thrilled to be included! Thanks to Our Labor of Love for the always lovely images, Ashley Meaders, and Smilebooth. And thank you again to Andrea and Thad for letting us be a part of your special day!!
We are so excited to finally share Casey + Paul’s gorgeous wedding at the Stables at Lake Martin. We couldn’t have been more thrilled with every little detail of this wedding, all captured by the amazing Simply Bloom. We’re always so excited to work with them, obviously! These images are just stunning.
The Stables at Russell Crossroads are the most beautiful horse stables you’ve ever laid eyes on. So gorgeous. Exposed wood all around, world class horses, and a major attention to detail down to every last window latch. On this night in particular it looked simply magical :: a mix of rustic and elegant, a touch of glitter, and sparkling candlelight all around. We created a fabric chandelier to hang in the center of the space that glowed as everyone danced and enjoyed the evening. Casey’s dad made all of the farm tables by hand using wood from her grandfather’s barn.
A special thanks to Ms. Linda, who was so kind, helpful, and forgiving. She let us work through the night hanging all 750 feet (!!) of muslin fringe down the length of the stables (and getting lots of threads all over the floor). And kept us laughing as we then took it all back down again. Also a huge thanks to all of our helping hands who made all of that fringe possible! Don’t know what we would have done without all of you! Lastly, a special thanks to the Stelling family for letting us make a weekend out of it staying at their lake house. AND Ginny for coming along to help us out. Wow, we’re pretty lucky.
Now for the gorgeous images! Beginning with a sweet painting (one in a series) Paul created to propose to his love ::Congratulations Casey + Paul! Thank you so much for letting us be a part of your beautiful day!
We’re so excited to have this wedding featured on 100 Layer Cake! Head on over to check out more of their wedding.
flowers + design + coordinating :: us! // photography :: Simply Bloom // photobooth :: SmileBooth // invitation printer :: Lion in the Sun // ceremony venue :: Children’s Chapel at Children’s Harbour // reception venue :: The Stables at Russell Crossroads // caterer :: SpringHouse // cake :: Olexa’s // ceremony dress :: Monique Lhuillier “Bellflower” Mark Ingram // reception dress :: Sarah Seven “Golden Lights” // shoes :: Kate Spade “Charm” in platinum // jewelry :: Debra Moreland is Paris // groom’s suit :: Alan David Custom // bridal party dresses :: Vera Wang White Collection (Dress in charcoal and horsehair sash in ebony) // fashion stylist :: Heather Levine // makeup :: Rawwbeauty // band :: Act of Congress
We’re so excited that Kelly + Drew’s wedding is featured in the current Weddings Unveiled Magazine! Thanks again for letting us be a part of your day! Be sure to pick up a copy – so many beautiful weddings featured! Congratulations Kelly + Drew!!
All the Vendors :: Photography: W. Scott Chester // Event Decor and Flowers: us! // Wedding day-of-coordinator: Ashley Baber // Venue: Cator Woolford Gardens // Caterer: Sun in My Belly // Hair and Makeup: Brushworx // Wedding Cake and Pies: Gabriel’s Desserts // Additional Tent and Dance floor: Peachtree Tents and Events // Band: Mick Kinney // Paper goods design: Lauren Giansante of Ink + Anchor // Bride’s dress: Melissa Sweet – Uma // Shoes: Badgley Mischka // Necklace: BHLDN // Groom’s suit: J.Crew // Tie: Alfani // Shoes: Calvin Klein
Let us count the ways that we love Sun in My Belly. We love the people, their presentation is perfection, and of course their food is absolutely delicious. Anytime we do an event together (which is pretty often) we know we’ll be happily fed. Whether you’re looking for the perfect folks to cater your event, or just a whole-hearted restaurant recommendation, Sun in My Belly should be your first stop. We first met at The Not Wedding in 2009. You may remember some of these images, which still to this day are brought to us by brides as inspiration ::
And lots and lots of gorgeous weddings (seriously, lots. These are only a few.)!
Lullwater (we love this photo, by Heidi Geldhauser) ::
our Indian Summer workshop at The Goat Farm ::
…and so much more! Cheers to Sun in My Belly! We whole-heartedly love and adore them, and hope you get to experience them for yourselves.
(oh, and we’re so excited to soon share CAMP with you, a fun little collaboration we are just beginning…)
Lovely Courtney had such a gorgeous vision for her wedding day. She wanted the whole ballroom at the Cherokee Town Club to feel like a garden. Whimsical, light, and airy. One of our favorite color palettes, and always so fun to incorporate fruits and pretty, flowering branches. To see more beautiful photos from Courtney + Andy’s big day, visit David Shirk’s blog. Congratulations Courtney + Andy! Thank you so much for letting us be a part of your beautiful wedding.
And we were so excited to have some of Courtney’s flowers featured in the Fall/Winter 2011 issue of Brides Atlanta!
Jen was just so sweet. We met her back in her SCAD days, and kept the friendship ever since. She had the loveliest vision for her wedding, and she was sweet enough to give us so much creative freedom. We all agree that her chuppah was one of our favorites. Congratulations Jen + Matt!!
We had the pleasure of working with Erin and her mom Lisa for months brainstorming the perfect combination of all things pretty and vintage for her wedding. Barnsley Gardens looked as it never had before :: so many cute vintage pieces from Lisa’s shop, bright and colorful flowers all around, oodles of heirloom pumpkins, and a stunning bride. We love every opportunity to work with all different colors and textures of flowers. A-Town A-List kept all of the guests on the dance floor until the very end of the night. Thank you to Leslie Walker for the gorgeous images (see more photos here and here on her blog!). Thank you Erin + Lisa for being such a pleasure. Congratulations Erin + Danny!And check out the full feature on Style Me Pretty!
Wow. It has been a whirlwind of a weekend. We thought it would be fun to get a little sneak peek into what we were up to via our Instagram photos! We started the weekend off by having lunch by one of our favorite gals Cristen Chester. A ray of sunshine! Then of course The Not Wedding – just some little flowers for Sun in My Belly’s always stellar food setup…
We had our first wedding of the year (congrats Tracey + Brian!) – so pretty! We couldn’t be more pleased with how everything turned out and can’t wait to share what we know will be some pretty awesome photos by Carla Gates. It was made all the better by a sweet, thrilled bride (and her sweet mom). While producing flowers for not only this wedding, but also two other bridal parties, we had a commercial filmed in our studio (they turned it into daylight!), and worked into the wee hours of the morning.
The Georgian Terrace looked stunning.Lots of little paper details!And some little snippets of the flowers. A sherbet-ey palette just never gets old. And definitely a reminder of Spring… (oh, and that’s the amazing A-Town A-List warming up back there!)And just some little details of these gorgeous little, perfect flowers…
And probably most importantly, a HUGE thank you to our team of pretty awesome (!) interns. Wow, speechless. Really not sure we could have pulled this weekend off without you. We are beyond thankful for all of your help, and so excited to have made some new friends.
So thrilled that Amy is featured on Oh Joy’s Closet & Casa column today! We just love this column + blog. Click here to see the whole post! Thanks for the feature Bri! Our studio is open to you anytime. Also a huge thanks to Raney for being so sweet to come do hair + makeup, and to Heidi for taking these incredible photos, as always!If you didn’t see images from the Blogshop in our studio, you have to check them out!
Brittany + William had a lovely wedding at the beautiful Foxhall Resort. The perfect kind of day – clear skies and the perfect temperature to be outside around the fire. We constructed an arch to frame the stunning view of acres upon acres of manicured lawns. Really, the resort is just so beautiful. We designed her bouquet to lie on top of a family Bible that had been used by generations of brides in Brittany’s family. Both Brittany and her mother were so sweet to work with, and we couldn’t be happier to have been a part of their big day. We have actually had the pleasure of working with the talented Brittany before. She is a photographer with 6 of Four, who also captured all of these lovely images below. And with Sun in My Belly catering, we’re left with such fond memories of their special day. Congratulations Brittany + Will!
We are so pleased to see Erin + Danny’s gorgeous Barnsley Gardens wedding featured today on Style Me Pretty! Click here to see the full post (and don’t forget to click on the gallery!), and be sure to check back soon – we’ll be featuring the whole wedding with lots of pretty flower details here on our blog.
Jen + Mike were just the sweetest couple, their wedding being nothing short of a true reflection of their love for one another. Jen really loved the feel of a lazy summer afternoon at the lake, wanting to extend that vibe to all of their guests. A little bit rustic, a little bit of preppy, and a lot of romantic. The feeling of enchanted evenings on West Egg inspired us to suspend the flowers from above :: “There was music from my neighbor’s house through the summer nights. In his blue gardens men and girls came and went like moths among the whisperings and the champagne and the stars.” Thank you to Scobey Photography for capturing everything so beautifully (and being such a pleasure to work with!), and thank you so much Jen + Mike for letting us be a part of your special day!All of the vendors involved :: Event Planner: Amanda Dana with Ashley Baber Weddings // Ceremony and Reception Location: Lake Rabun Pavillion // Photography: Scobey Photography // Floral + Decor: Us! // Catering: Sun in My Belly // Bride’s Hair and Makeup: Raney O’Keefe
Let us count the ways we loooove our studio at The Goat Farm. Gosh. From the moment we first saw it we just knew it was the perfect place for us. It is so incredibly inspiring and continues to change with the light and the seasons. We never know what will be happening day to day :: there may be a film crew, a nude photo shoot (oh yes, we have stumbled upon several), a street truck food fair … really, you just never know! Spaces that once manufactured cotton gins are now occupied by an array of over 300 artists :: chefs, photographers, metalsmiths, set designers, painters, musicians, dancers (award-winning gloATL), and us! There is an organic farm, a awesome little cafe (they roast their own beans and brew their own beer!), a huge studio for contemporary dance, and an education center for youth-based creative programs. And yes! – There are lots of goats (and chickens, and a big ol’ pig named Olivia)! To read more about The Goat Farm, visit their Facebook page, and definitely check out the event schedule. There is always something going on. Ohhhhh – and have you heard about PushStart Kitchen?! And one of the very best parts about our studio at the Goat Farm is that we share it with Ginny Branch, stylist extraordinaire. We love her dearly; her smiling face makes every moment we’re there just a little bit brighter. If you haven’t already you have to check out her What’s in Your Toolbox column on Design*Sponge. You’ll be seeing many more exciting things that we’re collaborating with Ginny on in the near future…You may remember our Indian Summer workshop we hosted this past summer in our studio with Ginny! For more photos of that see the whole feature on 100 Layer Cake.We also did the whole Peaches and Cream photo shoot for Martha Stewart’s ”The Bride’s Guide” at the Goat Farm, photographed by one of our favorite gals Heidi Geldhauser.You also may have heard of the totally awesome sold-out Scoutmob Halloween party held at the Goat Farm this past year! Atlanta Magazine included the Goat Farm on their “Best of Atlanta 2011” roundup, also spotlighting yours truly (see our press page to view the article)!So we obviously just can’t say enough good stuff about our love for The Goat Farm. You’ll just have to see it for yourself. Next time you’re in our neck of the woods, please stop by and say hello!
Ohhhh Kelly + Drew. One of the sweetest couples we have had the pleasure of working with, whose love for one another rubs off on everyone around them. (You may remember seeing their adorable engagement shoot here!) From the moment we met it was a match made in heaven. Kelly was one of those dream clients who trusted us completely. For that we are always grateful. Bold chevrons, sherbet gradients (the table linens, the bridesmaids dresses, table numbers!), huge balloons … we had such a ball! Scott Chester was there to capture all of the gorgeous details, all of which were coordinated by Ashley Baber. The one and only Sun in My Belly catered. Cator Woolford Gardens was just glowing. Congratulations Kelly + Drew! We wish you all the best…
Check out Kelly + Drew’s wedding featured here on 100 Layer Cake! And for even more images on Scott Chester’s blog here.All the Vendors :: Photography: W. Scott Chester // Event Decor and Flowers: us! // Wedding day-of-coordinator: Ashley Baber // Venue: Cator Woolford Gardens // Caterer: Sun in My Belly // Hair and Makeup: Brushworx // Wedding Cake and Pies: Gabriel’s Desserts // Additional Tent and Dance floor: Peachtree Tents and Events // Band: Mick Kinney // Paper goods design: Lauren Giansante of Ink + Anchor // Bride’s dress: Melissa Sweet – Uma // Shoes: Badgley Mischka // Necklace: BHLDN // Groom’s suit: J.Crew // Tie: Alfani // Shoes: Calvin Klein
THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY OF WHAT YOU MAY BE DOING : :
flowers! ♥ schlepping (sorry, just part of the job!) ♥ sweeping the floor ♥ painstakingly cutting out 300 placecards ♥ working behind the scenes of a wedding ♥ organizing the studio ♥ making 2000 feet of fabric garlands ♥ *some heavy lifting ♥ being an extra set of hands for photo shoots + events
*THIS IS NOT A PAID POSITION. HOWEVER (!), SOME PERKS INCLUDE : :
getting to take home flowers after events ♥ dinners/meals while working ♥ working with some of the coolest wedding vendors in town ♥ hands-on, invaluable, creative experience ♥ learning how to arrange flowers ao style!
We would like to find someone who has flexible availability (obviously most weddings are on the weekends, and most of the production happens toward the end of the week); a car to schlep around town, or to get to/from events; a design background/interest; and, above all, a positive attitude, good energy, and knows how to be a team player. Someone who is not afraid to sweep the floor (and to see when those things need to be done). And every bit of crafting skills are welcomed, too!
Please browse through our website + blog to get a good feel for everything we do. If this sounds like your cup of tea, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an interview. We would love to meet you!
Caroline + Tyler had a gorgeous wedding at Montaluce Winery in Dahlonega. There were so many sweet, southern details :: peaches, milkglass, natural wood, gorgeous flowers, lots of handmade pieces, and a super sweet couple to boot. Lovely photos by Heidi Geldhauser [as always]. Enjoy!
Other vendors involved :: Photographer: Heidi Geldhauser of Our Labor of Love // Floral + Decor: Erica Loesing and Amy Osaba // Paper Products:Erica Loesing // Planner: Erica Loesing for Amy Osaba // Ceremony venue: Montaluce Winery & Estates // Ceremony Music: Amati Chamber Music // Officiant: Reverend Ed Cook // Reception Venue: La Vigne at Montaluce Winery & Estates // Wedding Cake Baker: Frosted Pumpkin // Caterer: La Vigne at Montaluce Winery & Estates // Bride’s Dress: Anne Barge via Guffey’s Formal Studio // Make-up: Raney O’Keefe // Hair: Tukia Allen of Studio Bold Salon // Bride’s Shoes: Tory Burch // Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Simple Silhouettes via Bella Bridesmaid
Nadia + Craig had one of the most fun weddings… ever. Carnival games, a pig roast (thanks to Avalon Catering), a Morelli’s gourmet ice cream cart, huge and awesome balloons? So awesome. They knew exactly what the feel of their wedding should be to truly represent them as a couple. And we were so excited to be a part of it, getting to use every color of the rainbow in flowers and vessels (and balloons!). Erin Stroup did an incredible job bringing all of the fun pieces together, making the day as seamless as it was colorful and fun. And we were sure glad to have Kyle Hale to capture every bit of it. And what awesome wedding could be without the Smilebooth? Congratulations Nadia + Craig! We couldn’t be happier for you. Thanks for letting us have so much fun!Other vendors involved :: vintage furniture rentals by Four Inch Fold, lighting by the one and only Roy at Unique Event Management, and The Cake Hag.
This was by far a highlight for us last year. To get to work with the one and only Jose Villa was an absolute pleasure we had long been awaiting. Not only is he incredibly talented but also so incredibly humble and kind. We had a lovely weekend at the beautiful Serenbe, packed to the brim with gorgeous details and lovely ladies. Joy + Emily did a fabulous job bringing this shoot to life, right down to the very smallest details.
Thank you Jose for the breathtaking images, to Joy + Emily for inviting us to be a part of this workshop, to Ginny Branch for her positive attitude and helping hands. This was also where we first met Meagan, who later designed our website!
First up :: summer countryside :: Love this! Joy envisioned this arch that Ginny and Erica spent days creating. Despite the heat and crazy bugs (gross!), this beautiful piece became a permanent Serenbe fixture. white and deep indigo wedding (at Dunaway Gardens – beautiful!) :: (This may look familiar from the current cover of Southern Weddings Magazine!) Check out even more images from this weekend on Once Wed here, here, and here! Click here to read more about the Once Wed Workshop for Wedding Photographers. And of course pick up V4 of Southern Weddings Magazine!
So excited to share this wedding with you. *Seriously* a gorgeous wedding, chock full of cute details. Thanks to all of the beautiful images from Gina Zeidler, it was nearly impossible to pare them down to include only what you see below! And if you haven’t already, go pick up your copy of the current Southern Weddings Magazine to see lots, lots more.
When Camille asked us to be a part of her wedding I was so touched. I mean, she is an incredible photographer (see more of her gorgeous work here). She is so sweet and was also kind enough to photograph my son’s birthday party last year. From the moment she started to describe her vision and inspiration, we just knew. We always love the opportunity to use all of these fun colors of flowers! And not only did we do the flowers, but Erica designed and handmade the most amazing invitations you have ever seen… and not to mention the yard games signs, placecards, cutout cake sign… Yes, she is extremely talented!
Every little detail. Just gorgeous! Surrounded by only a handful of their closest family, Camille + Mark had a beautiful, intimate wedding at Old Edwards Inn in Highlands, North Carolina (they even had the farm table made to just the right size to perfectly fit their family).
Hope you enjoy!
Congratulations Camille + Mark! We wish you lots of happy moments to come…
A big shout out to the lovely Ginny Branch for all of her help with this wedding. We’re some lucky gals to not only share a studio space with her but also to call her a friend.
And again, be sure to check out the latest Southern Weddings Magazine! (Or visit our press page here.) Camille + Mark have also been featured on the Southern Weddings blog :: Part I, Part II, and how to Get the Look!
And all the other vendors involved ::
photographer :: Gina Zeidler; floral design :: us!; venue/catering/cake :: Old Edwards Inn; bride’s gown :: JCrew; bride’s shoes :: Badgley Mischka; paper goods :: Erica Loesing; calligraphy :: I Love You Much; ring bearer plate :: Paloma’s Nest; cake stand :: Sweet and Saucy Shop
Happy New Year y’all! We are overwhelmingly excited to welcome you to our new website and blog! This past year was filled to the brim with pinch-me moments and an overall sense of newness and adventure.
We embarked on a new chapter by moving into a new studio space at the Goat Farm, our little rustic-industrial slice of heaven hidden in West Midtown. Yes, there are goats (and chickens, and roosters, and a big fat turkey). And yes there is a farm! And we’re pretty lucky gals to share the space with stylist-extraordinaire Ginny Branch. And obviously we got a new [digital] space as well – welcome!
We hosted our inaugural flower workshop (see more of the photos here!) and spent the day with an incredible group of women, a collection of new faces and familiar favorites. (Stay tuned – we are in the planning phases and will be announcing our next workshop soon!)
We worked on some, quite frankly, gorgeous weddings, and made so many new friends along the way. We are so lucky to work with brides with some impeccable visions. Take a look through our galleries to see some of our favorites, and we promise there are lots of blog posts to come!
We celebrated checking off a big item on our bucket list… and were humbled by the opportunity.
We collaborated with terrifically talented folks in our industry. Visit our new links page to take a look at some of the people we truly love.
We laughed at our hiccups along the way. We took risks and lived to tell the tales (which we will definitely share over coffee and something sweet).
We owe a huge, huge thank you to the lovely Meagan Gibson, who worked tirelessly with us to create our new home here on the interweb. Thank you for giving us what we have been waiting for for ohhh so long. And even our logo got a little facelift!
2011 was a very good year and we are already high-fiving each other with what is in store for 2012… Check back in with us, we will be sharing some of our favorite weddings from 2011 (seriously, there are a lot)! Until then, we hope you like the new site! And we hope to cross paths with you in 2012.
Michelle and Shahar. What a beautiful wedding to kick off our new blog! Michelle came to us with such adoration and beautiful ideas. We were so thrilled to do her wedding at the always-inspiring Serenbe on a beautiful summer night. And we always love doing a wedding where we love all of the other vendors :: as always, Heidi blew us away with the yummy photos. She never ceases to amaze us. Sun in My Belly, Smilebooth (you can see those images here), DJ Mike Zarin, and Wages Films (see their wedding video here!), all collaborated to make their day truly memorable. This just turned out to be such a pretty wedding and we are thrilled to show you. Oh! And would you just look at how gorgeous Michelle’s BHLDN dress is!? Lovely, lovely, lovely…
Hop on over to Style Me Pretty to see the gorgeous wedding of Amy + Rick at Ventanas this summer. Thanks to Alan Friedman for capturing all of the loveliness, Sashay for coordinating the details, Sterling Cinematics for making an awesome video, and Amy + Rick for being a pure joy to work with. Mazel Tov, Y’all!
Sometimes it’s hard to believe we’ve been doing this for so many years! Have you been following the blog for a while? Or if you’re new to the blog, welcome! We’ve pulled together some images to give you a fresh look on what we have been up to. Or please feel free to explore our archives for full features on all of the images below. Here’s a peek into who we are…
Amy Osaba event.floral.design was launched in 2002 and quickly became recognized as one of the leading event design firms in the Southeast.
Amy’s theatrical background has undoubtedly influenced her signature style, intuitively using a variety of textures and co-mingling fruits, vegetables, antique vessels and textiles to create unique and yet timeless works of art.
While our emphasis is on designing lush, free, handpicked florals, we are a full event design studio and delight in bringing our client’s entire vision to life. From designing your entire invitation suite, to selecting the perfect linens to creating the right atmosphere through lighting, no detail is forgotten. In fact, our entire team has extensive experience planning, designing, and executing events from start to finish.
Our work has been featured in print in The Atlantan Brides, Atlanta Weddings, Southern Weddings, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, and Occasions, as well as online at 100 Layer Cake, Green Wedding Shoes, Once Wed, Weddings Unveiled, and Style Me Pretty, just to name a few. What means the most, however, are the sweet words of thanks we get from our clients:
“Thank you for making my daughter’s wedding special, beautiful, and most memorable. You are true professionals.”
“From day one, you have always been so excited for my big day, which seems crazy considering how many brides you work with throughout the year. Thank you for always making me feel special. You are the best!!”
“I am so glad that I left everything in your hands because I could never have made anything so beautiful. There are truly no words to describe how I felt when I saw everything…all I can say is thank you.”
Plain and simple: we love what we do! There are also some really exciting things coming up which you’ll hear all about in upcoming posts. We look forward to crossing paths with you…
Laurie + Greg’s wedding was, in a word, magical. The Fox Theatre makes for such a dramatic setting, so I knew the flowers needed to pack some major punch! We decided to play up the Moroccan style of the theatre by using antique brass vessels mixed with lanterns and glass, which looked beautiful paired with the bright, bold flowers. I do love working with a bride who is not afraid of color! And those peonies…oh, those peonies!
Many thanks to Anna & Spencer Photography for the stunning photographs – I have to say, my jaw dropped to the floor when I first saw these photos. Like I said, magical. Hope you enjoy!
Julie + Andy wanted the design of their wedding to be both rustic and elegant, just like their gorgeous venue, the Ritz Carlton Lodge at Reynolds Plantation. It was a beautiful day, and the chuppah we created for the ceremony is one of my favorites to date. Many thanks to Adam of W. Scott Chester Photography for capturing the beauty of this wedding in such a special way.
Congrats Julie + Andy!
When Max at Sun in My Belly asked me to put together a creative installation for the cafe’s summer season, I jumped at the opportunity. My team and I got busy creating large paper flowers (each individually hand-painted by Erica) and fringe – lots and lots of fringe! Not only did it create a bright and happy atmosphere for the summer months, but also provided the perfect backdrop for the NotWedding “rehearsal dinner,” which was recently featured on Occasions Magazine’s blog. And today (!) on Green Wedding Shoes!
For those of you that aren’t familiar with the NotWedding, it is an awesome alternative to a bridal show, because it is just like attending a real wedding, with loads of inspiration and top-notch vendors bringing their A-game. The rehearsal dinner was a mixer and planning session for all the vendors involved, and everyone left super excited for the main event!
Over the next few months, make sure you stop by for breakfast or lunch at Sun in My Belly and check out the installation, and of course, make your plans to attend the NotWedding on July 21st. (By the way, did you check out the adorable engagement shoot??) See you there!
So excited to be a part of the Not Wedding again this year. It was such a great experience for me last time, and I am just thrilled. Lauren of Once Like a Spark asked me to do flowers for the adorable engagement shoot – all of which I picked right out of my mom’s garden! Check out the whole shoot today over on 100 Layer Cake. This is going to be a really awesome event – tickets are going fast, so be sure to buy yours soon! And food by Sun in My Belly!
Andrea & Thad are the most adorable couple, and I had soooooo much fun bringing their vision to life at one of my favorite venues. I knew as soon as we started talking about hanging floral installations, combined with the crafting genius of Ashley Meaders, that this was going to be one awesome wedding! Many thanks to Our Labor of Love for capturing all the details so beautifully, and to Bold American for providing the catering. Even the Smilebooth was there! Seriously, I am so honored to be able to work with these amazing vendors.
Although spring is in full swing, there are so many gorgeous fall and winter weddings that I am still dying to share! So stay tuned because here they [finally] come!
In the meantime, check out the shoot we did with Weddings Unveiled Magazine for the Winter 2011 issue. Brooke was so sweet to invite me to participate. She is a jewel. She even gave Erica & I some Jo Malone perfume…..yuuummy.
So excited to be featured today on Green Wedding Shoes with some awesome Atlanta vendors. Thanks so much to my sweet friend and super talented Heidi for the rockin images. Ashley, as always, worked her magic. Heidi (the bride) asked if I would do her bridal party flowers. She did all the centerpieces for the reception herself, and I think she did a pretty stinkin’ cute job. Congrats to Heidi and Todd, and thanks for letting me be a small part of your big day!
(The rest of the gorgeousness coming soon!) Until then, check out their wedding on Heidi’s blog!
Sooooo unbelievably excited to do Kelly + Drew’s wedding this fall. It is going to be oh so sweetly out of this world. Until then, I thought I’d share their adorable engagement shoot. So many great shots from my man Scott Chester: he is one talented guy, and I am lucky to call him and his adorable wife Cristen my friends!
The shoot was also featured over on Forget Me Knot Weddings AND Hi-Fi Weddings!
I was honored to be a sponsor at this year’s Art Papers Art Auction at Mason Murer. It was a pleasure working with Sylvie and Shellie, and super exciting to present our work to a new audience. Heidi’s fabulous assistant Julia was nice enough to take some gorgeous shots of our hard work. Thanks so much Julia!
If you missed it the first go-round, click here to see our process images. And be sure to check out Art Papers Magazine, such an awesome publication, and right here in Atlanta!
You are invited! This Saturday night from 7-10pm is the 12th annual Art Papers art auction. Some seriously cool work from over 250 artists, all for an amazing magazine. And a floral installation by yours truly! More information can be found HERE, purchase tickets HERE ($30 in advance, $35 at the door)!
We would love to see you there! Here is a little sneak peek…
I couldn’t resist posting a few more gorgeous shots from this sweet shoot with the talented Simply Bloom. Vania and Christine asked the fabulous Christopher Confero and I to help out with their workshop, and I am so thankful. The images are just stunning! Enjoy -
And be sure to head over to Ruffled to see the whole gorgeous post.
Well if you have been following my blog for a while you pretty much know how awesome Heidi Geldhauser is. She pretty much rocks, and I am one lucky duck who gets to know her. She captures the essence of my boys so sweetly: their vibrant energy and their sweet love for each other. I’m pretty lucky – they are kind and thoughtful to one another. It’s so cute to see them all playing together.
I was absolutely floored when Vania and Christine sent me the images from their photography workshop.
These gals are so incredibly talented. If I could live inside their images I think I would be in heaven. Their use of light is incredibly ethereal and dreamy. If you haven’t booked your photographer yet book Simplybloom NOW!
My dear sweet friend Christopher of Christopher Confero Luxe Event Design did an amazing job styling the shoot (and made it into some of the shots too – he’s pretty cute)
Thank you so much girls for letting me be a part of this, such an honor!
Soooo what to say for the first post in the new year….
Well obviously we took a couple of much needed weeks to rest and rejuvenate, although we did have two holiday weddings that I will be very excited to share soon.
I do want to say how terribly grateful I am to be able to do what I do. And I could never ever do it if I didn’t have the help and support of a few good peeps.
First I want to say how utterly privileged I feel that God literally plopped these opportunities down in my lap. Second, my dear husband Robb. Without him I could never do this: he is the one who actually builds stuff and gets it from here to there (not to mention all the cooking and keeping three incautious little boys entertained). And my sweet Erica… you will be hearing so much more about her. She is one talented chick that has joined Team Osaba, and I am beyond thrilled that she stays on despite the insanity.
Sometimes I can’t even believe how quickly this business grew. Anyhow… I guess starting a new year you kinda get all sentimental.
Moving on… Check out the adorable Christmas cards that the one and only Miss Erica designed, both for our family and the business. The awesome Heidi took the photos of the boys (more of those to come soon, too).
I’m tellin’ you, just look how stinkin’ cute these are. She hand drew the flower on the front and we crafted each and every one of the fabric pieces. Love it! I am lucky to have her and am forever grateful for all that she does for me and the business.
Maybe the best gift we received this Christmas was photos sent all the way from Haiti that the bears had made it (also see here for the story on WSB-TV and here for even more)! The bears, after being sent down to Haiti by LIFT, received by Global Dirt, gotten through customs by Can-Do, and loaded onto a schoolbus brought by GrassRoots United were passed out to several orphanages and women’s battery shelters and clinics on Christmas Day. So special. Next week Noah will be recognized by the City of Duluth for his kind heart. We’re very very proud to say the least.
Very cool to see Noah’s very own Cat in the Hat going to the kids. Something he will always have to remember his good heart.
I was beyond thrilled when the gals over at 100 Layer Cake asked if i would like to be a part of the A-list. It’s a hand-picked bunch of vendors that… well, they just like. I can tell ya it’s kinda cool and sorta big… I am over the moon to be listed with some of these people. I mean, they have been mentors and inspirations to me and my business for years (even though they didn’t know it). It’s an honor to be grouped with such talent.
So thank you so much ladies for taking the time and the love to put together such a well thought out site. And for letting me be a part of something so special. I am so excited for you! Congratulations.
Always so excited to be a part of such a fabulous line-up of vendors. This adorable little photo shoot put together by Christina Perry was no different. Totally adorable from head to toe.
And we were so excited to have this shoot featured on 100 Layer Cake! Click here to see the full post.
Photographer: Kate Belle
Designer/Stylist: Cristina Perry Events
Producer: Lucky & Lovely
Hair & Makeup: Raney O’Keefe
Dress: Chaviano Couture
Paper: Foglio Press
Cake: Sweet Sensations
Cake Table Linen: I Do Linens
Banner: Funky Shique
I couldn’t resist this year. Every year when my oldest boy Noah’s birthday comes around it just gets too crazy to do a Halloween party for him. But this year he wanted a costume party. So on a weekend I didn’t have any events (…or so I thought as Erica and I were carrying a 100lb table through a wooded park…), we set up under a couple of sweet southern trees in a huge field. It turned out pretty stinkin’ cute. Check out the detail on the clues that the incredibly talented Erica made (who you will all officially meet on the new blogsite coming soon!). She is an amazing designer who I am lucky to have – extremely creative and she keeps me sane. She did all of these by hand. No printing here, just good ol’ raw talent.
And I have to give a huge thank you to Camille Ridinger of camille deann photography who so graciously gave up an afternoon with her son to come and shoot mine. She is one cool lady and totally talented. Thanks Camille for capturing the sweetness of the kids.
Maddy (of The Inspired Bride and Nonpareil) was so sweet to feature a couple of collaborations between me and one of my favorite gals Heidi over on her new blog Somewhere Splendid. I am so privileged to always have such great people to collaborate with. I am lucky enough to work with Heidi a lot both in the wedding world (the adorable Arnold + Goeun, the Free Wedding, our home featured on Design*Sponge, & for Once Wed, just to name a few) and personally (new photos of the kids coming soon!). Heidi is so generous to me and I am beyond thankful that I have her to so beautifully capture so much of my work and my family.
First is the shoot we did over at the all new event space of Lullwater Acres in Atlanta. Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! (more from this shoot here!) And then the shoot at the yummy Sun in My Belly. (more from this shoot here!) Make sure you head over to check out Somewhere Splendid – it’s super cute! She features all things entertaining and adorable. Thanks again Maddy!
Max at Sun in My Belly was so sweet to ask me to help him with an event to promote a new venue in Atlanta called Lullwater Acres. This house was so gorgeous that we decided we had to do a little shoot in the dining room. The textures were just too yummy. Heidi not only took some amazing shots but did the absolutely gorgeous paper table runner of fig leaves. We had such a fun day… the day was crisp and nice and the food was fabulous [as always]. Even the Smilebooth was there!
Yay!!!! Go team. Love each and every one of y’all.
So excited to be a part of the upcoming lavish! event in Atlanta alongside some of my favorite gals: Ashley Meaders, Emily Newman of OnceWed, Ginny Branch Stelling, and Grace Bonney (!) of Design*Sponge [of course!]! Plus so many other talented ladies that I can’t wait to meet.
Read more at Design*Sponge!
Hope you’ll join us at lavish!
So this is a true testament that you can have the most adorable wedding without going completely overboard. Arnold and Goeun held their nuptials at Puritan Mill on a sweet summer afternoon. They gave me a great color scheme to work with, some of the adorable vessels and wood elements, then pretty much gave me free reign to do anything. I think the little vessels turned out darn cute, if I do say so myself. Of course it couldn’t have been documented any better than by my girl Heidi who never ceases to amaze me with her talents. Congrats to you guys!!
Even the Smilebooth was there to capture all the fun!
Click HERE to see their engagement shoot with the fabulous Heidi, and just in case you don’t remember their totally adorable Save the Date video, here ya go!
Ashley was the cutest bride. So excited and fun. The wedding was held at Montaluce, my very favorite venue. She wanted to have her ceremony outside, but unfortunately the forecast called for rain. We put up a tent just alongside the grape vines, but of course wouldn’t fate have it, right as the ceremony began the sun shone beautifully.
I think one of the sweetest things was Aaron’s grandparents: they were married during the Holocaust and had a newspaper clipping from when they entered the US: “Their love was stronger than Nazi Germany!” And here they were at this wedding day- you could tell he was just as in love with her now as he was in that clipping. I love to see this at weddings… Isn’t that what it’s all about, loving someone for the rest of your life, learning to go through life together?
I wish that for you two, Ashley and Aaron a lifetime of learning how to love one another…
Lovely photos by Jamie Howell
Lindsey and Tyler were super sweet, endearing, and just all-around lovely. They had their glorious southern soiree at the Atlanta Botanical Garden on a perfect spring day. Their preppy navy alongside soft hues of pale pinks and gray was destined to be a hit, especially with Ms. Lindsay Pitt of Toast Events heading it up. Thanks guys for letting me spruce up your fete with the lovely David Austin Juliets, passion flower, and little accents of blueberries… yes, blueberries. It was a perfect combination with the vintage silver vessels and the pretty fluffy flowers.
Cheers guys!!! And thank you so much to the incredibly talented Melissa Schollaert for capturing these gorgeous images!
Amy and Seth knew exactly what they wanted when they contacted me about doing the flowers for their nuptuals at the beautiful Barnsely Gardens: yellow flowers with navy accents, so chic and lovely. All of her details turned out adorable. The gardens are so gorgeous its hard to not fall in love with this place. Thanks Amy and Seth for letting me be a part of your sweet day. Congrats!!!! And thanks to Leslie Walker for these lovely images, the cake by Lisa Humphries of Couture Cakes.
Anytime Jeremy asks me to do something with him, I blindly say yes… I don’t even ask about details because I just know it will be beyond insanely beautiful. So when he told me this shoot was going to be at Montaluce, one of my favorite places, of course I was ecstatic. If you have never been to Montaluce you are in for a real treat. It is a must for anyone who lives anywhere close by. Now you do have to go through some ‘interesting’ roads to get there, but once you are there you literally feel like you have stepped into one of those beautiful Tuscan films. Anyhoo… the images turned out absolutely, unbelievably stunning. See for yourself…
photography :: Harwell Photography
venue :: Montaluce
styling :: Ginny Branch for Joy Thigpen Environments
make-up :: MaraZ for MiaBellezza Cosmetics
cake :: Sweet Sensations
flowers :: me!
The shoot was also featured on Junebug Weddings! Click here to see the full post.
My sweet friend [and hairstylist] Max asked me to be a part of his grand opening of Spa Sentio, located on the westside in White Provisions. Heidi was so gracious to do a runway show of her 2010 gown collection… gorgeous. And yummy food by JCT kitchen, the lovely photos by Tina Rowden!
Here are a few. Congrats to both of you. I am forever grateful for your friendship and love.
From the first moment I met Natalie and her mom I was in love. Their great sense of style, the way they were so genuinely excited about the wedding and the flowers, ohh the flowers… they had a very clear vision of what they wanted and instantly I was swept away with their inspiration. Natalie and her mom had such a great relationship. I don’t think I have ever seen a mom and daughter just get each other like they do.
Thank you so much for letting me be a part of your special day. Congrats guys!! And thanks to Kyle Hale for capturing their big day!
Recently we designed and styled an Alice In Wonderland-inspired photo shoot at the gorgeous Barnsley Gardens. I was so excited that Peter asked me to be a part of the To Have and To Hold Project, and all of the models are actual breast cancer survivors. It is so great to be a part of something so important in today’s world. Such a fun day with a great team:
Super fun day for a great cause! Enjoy a few of the highlights below.
Stay tuned to Grace Ormond’s blog to see more photos of the shoot!
My sweet friend Max asked me to do some flowers for a recent photo shoot. We are so excited to have it featured on the cover of the upcoming Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles! Thanks so much to all of the ladies there. If you get a chance be sure to check out his new full service spa in White Provisions. It is really awesome and connected to the ever so wonderful Dragonfly Salon, too!
It’s really surreal to me… I mean, I just do things I like, and people seem to like it sometimes. I am always and forever grateful to those who encourage and support me in any endeavor. My husband, my kids, my parents, other frendors.
I am just thankful that I get to do what I love and that others like it, too.
Thanks Lauren for the sweet words of love about my humble abode.
Cheers to you!
See the post here!
…And a huge thanks to my sweet assistant Erica. She is a lovely thinker of space. I am one lucky chick to have her. I couldn’t do what I do without her. And to my good ole southern gent. Christopher. Thanks guys for helping me out with this event. I owe you!
Congratulations Laura + Ben!
Be sure to also hop on over to see their wedding featured on 100 Layer Cake and to Scott’s blog for more photos (and click here to see the photos from their engagement shoot)!
Thanks again to the awesome W. Scott Chester for capturing their day so beautifully.
This wedding also had a super fun vendor lineup. It always makes an event so much more fun when you get to work with all of your friends! My sweet friend Ashley Baber coordinated; the cake was by Lane at Sweet N’ Sinful. The ceremony was held at Mount Vernon Baptist Church, followed by the reception at the Dunwoody Country Club where guests partied the night away and had lots of fun in the photobooth!
Congratulations Jen + Richard!
So thank you guys for allowing me to be a part of your incredibly sweet and beautiful day. I wish you many many lifetimes of happiness!!!
Congratulations Melissa + AJ!
Her dress was gorgeous. And that chunky necklace was so cute! Brett’s suit was awesome – southern gentleman with a little bit of a cool, vintage twist.
It poured rain just before the ceremony (which was held at the The Trolley Barn). Kelsey + Brett seemed just so happy to be married that it almost didn’t matter a bit. Ashley did the awesome flower installation and with her on-the-spot creativity made it work inside the tent. And Kyle Hale was there to capture all of the adorable moments and details.
Such an adorable wedding & couple! Congratulations Kelsey + Brett!
This wedding also had a super fun vendor lineup. It always makes an event so much more fun when you get to work with all of your friends! My sweet friend Ashley Baber coordinated; the cake was by Lane at Sweet N’ Sinful. The ceremony was held at Mount Vernon Baptist Church, followed by the reception at the Dunwoody Country Club where guests partied the night away and had lots of fun in the photobooth!
Congratulations Jen + Richard!
I am so blessed to get to work up at Montaluce so much. It is such a gorgeous setting for a wedding and I am always treated like family. Lane from Sweet and Sinful made the delicious cake, and all of the lovely photos were taken by Picture This! Photography.
Congratulations Courtney + George!
the adorable couple
Melissa and AJ + the whole bridal party
Melissa’s beautiful bridesmaids
Robb & I with some of our favorite Montaluce folks + me and Jen
me and my sweet husband Robb
Click HERE to see the rest of their photos from the photo booth!
I know that there are plenty of other needs like food, clothing, and shelter. But I just keep thinking about the child who has lost everything, some their whole families. How great would it be to bring them a little hope. To give them something to call their very own. Think about how excited little kids get when they get a surprise or a new toy. We need to take care of their hearts, too. I know their hearts will grow when they find that other kids in another country are thinking of them.
It just makes me so excited to see that these kids here in Georgia have a heart for children that they will never meet and are able to think outside of their own circumstances. How wonderful to get kids thinking about these things early in their lives and thinking globally!
Our goal for Bears for Haiti, and for us as a family, is to help Noah see his good intentions to the end. How wonderful would it be for him to be there to help distribute these bears, to meet some of these kids and to see how it affects them. From one kid to another!
We initially were working with one organization that was going to help us get the bears to Haiti but now it has gotten too big. We have to find another way to get these little gifts down there to the children.
We are putting it out there. God has completely done something here and I know he will make a way.
Great job to all of the kids at Chattahoochee Elementary, Berkley Lake Elementary, and Chesney Elementary!!!
Tune in to WSB Channel 2 News on Monday at 5:00 to see Noah being interviewed about the bears!
For more photos of Heidi & Michael’s lovely wedding, check out Woodland Fields’ blog.
In Haiti alone, there are 490,000 orphans, tens of thousands orphaned by the recent earthquake. Living in the poorest country in the hemisphere many of the orphanages are barely habitable, much less licensed.
Mission: to provide the orphans and children of Haiti a glimpse of hope and comfort (the plush toys) in an otherwise hopeless situation.
Bears for Haiti all started with my kindergartner Noah telling us over the course of a couple of weeks how badly he felt for the kids in Haiti. He would say, “Mommy, I really wish we could do something for the kids over there, a lot of them have lost their Mommies and Daddies.” I thought, what a huge concept for a 5 year old to consider…
So we started talking as he was playing with one of his many stuffed animals. [We have two other boys so you can imagine the amount of stuffed animals we have around.] I asked Noah if he would like to send one of his animals to the kids in Haiti who have lost everything. He looked at me and said, “yes, let’s send them all!” From here birthed a huge conversation about how those kids have lost their homes, families, brothers and sisters… everything.
Our goal for Bears for Haiti is to really get the kids involved: for them to make a conscious decision to give to those less fortunate when we are beyond blessed. By giving up one of their new or gently used stuffed animals they will directly affect another child’s outlook on their situation, kids who may have lost their favorite doll or toy and have nothing to call their own. We want the children to draw or write a note and tie it to each bear so the kids will see that someone cares about them and they are not forgotten. Kids helping kids.
If you or you would like to encourage your child to send any new or gently used plush toy please send it to:
Amy Osaba c/o
Bears for Haiti
3535 Peachtree Road
Atlanta, Ga. 30326
Each vendor was given a piece of artwork and a piece from Heidi’s collection for his/her inspiration. Mine was ‘Requiem for a Princess,’ which was very organic, full of texture, and just so lovely.
Congratulations Heidi! Your dresses were absolutely stunning.
Click here to check out all of the talented artists and designers involved.
Raney O’Keefe did the hair and makeup. She is one of my faves-very talented lady.
And I cannot forget the adorable models. I am doing their wedding in May!!! You may remember them from here. They have been so sweet to work with. Not only are they absolutely adorable but I feel like we have become friends.
Thanks to all of you guys for making it happen. I am beyond the moon over this shoot. Stay tuned for many more lovely images to come…
Check out this month’s Nonpareil issue “Color Me Inspired” right here!
Congratulations Lindsay & George!
I was absolutely thrilled when Beth asked me to do the flowers for her bridal party. She has such great style that I knew she would have a beautiful vision for her wedding day. They held their ceremony and reception at an adorable restored venue called Flint Hill right here in Norcross, Georgia.
And I got to work with Matt Miller from the always incredible team of Our Labor of Love. Just look at these incredible images and check out the slide show matt put together for them. They are just adorable…oh and don’t ask about the mop…I don’t know.
Congrats Beth and Jeff!
Photography: Jeremy Harwell
Jewelry: J.S. Fearnley
Cake: Sweet Infinity Cakes
Styling: Joy Thigpen
Make up: Mara
Hair: Bridgette Griffin
Models: Melody Smith & Joshuah Harrsion from Elite
Photos by Alan Freidman Photography
Photos by W. Scott Chester
Jenny had a clear vision of how she wanted her wedding to look. She is a graphic designer, check her out by clicking here. She came to our first meeting with a perfectly laid out sketch of her venue, which just happened to be her parents incredible Atlanta restaurant, Café Sunflower. What a treat to be a part of such a creative wedding complete with a Mariachi band and belly dancers!
Check out the fun Smilebooth with another fabulous backdrop from Ashley.
The photographers for her wedding are one of my favorites here in Atlanta, W. Scott Chester, they recently did Melissa and AJ’s engagement session so here it is. I absolutely cannot wait to for her wedding day, I mean just look at the style oozing outta this couple. Ya think their wedding is gonna pretty much rock???
…Yeah me too.
You guys are too cute! That hat girl, is just darling and the car… well let’s just say my husband has pretty much fallen for it.
Photos by W. Scott Chester
I told her that I really thought we could work something out. I really wanted to be a part of this girls wedding, as you can see from her inspiration boards that it was going to pretty much ROCK…
So we agreed that I would send those little lovelies out there on Thursday and she would take care of them until the wedding on Saturday. It was a little like sending children off to college. I really wanted these to be special for Erin, she really put a lot of trust in me. I mean sending these precious delicate flowers all the way across country all by their lonesome little selves is scary. So I packed them up all sweet and carefully. And waited for the fed-ex email to confirm that they had arrived… Yay!!! They did and Erin was thrilled. Here are her sweet words after she saw them for the first time…
Amy, I can’t even begin to tell you how thankful I am. Those flowers were beyond gorgeous!!! They were absolute perfection. Even the little ribbon pieces mixed with twine and the beads…oh I loved it all!!!! We kept all of the bouquets and had them sitting around our hotel room on our little minimoon and I was soooo sad to have to throw them away. It broke my heart a little. I took a million pictures of them though. My husband thought I was crazy but I couldn’t get over the gorgeous colors. Those dark purple peonies were breathtaking!!! Thank you so much. You made an already perfect day even more perfect. You are insanely talented. I will send you pictures as soon as I get them from Corbin! I’m married! yay! Have a wonderful weekend Amy. Speak with you soon! Best, Erin
Here are the incredible photos from Corbin Gurkin of Erin and Chuck’s gorgeous wedding day. So thoughtfully planned and beautifully executed. I was honored to be a part of their special day. Congratulations guys!!!!
Photos by Corbin Gurkin Photography
Thanks to everyone…Our Labor of Love, Joy Thigpen Environments, Dolci Odille, Once Wed, Ashley Baber Weddings, Sun in My Belly, and DJ Mike Zarin.
Thanks so much to Brooke who took the amazing photos. Can’t wait to work with you again in the future!
I met Nicole and Chip through one of my brides a couple of years ago. And as it turned out I knew Chip from childhood. It really is a small world after all.
Here is their gorgeous wedding photographed by Brooke Kelly.
This is her bouquet…
And this is her reaction when I gave it to her…
She was such a fun bride. Thanks Nicole and Chip -best wishes.
Photos by Brooke Kelly Photography
The next feature was a photo shoot for Emily of Once Wed with the talented Joy Thipgen. We had a gorgeous eyelet cake from Chocolate Pink that was topped off with the cutest handmade cake topper from Dolci Odille. The photography was done by the phenomenal girls of Simply Bloom. Check out all the photos here.
So, there are a few of us vendors that have taken a liking to one another. We have all sort of joined together, and have found this sweet niche that we all gravitate toward. And really I am privileged to know and work with these folks. They are some of my favorite people/artists. Here is a recent shoot we did together.
Thanks to all of you guys…Joy Thigpen Environments, Our Labor of Love Photography, Sun in My Belly, Dolci Odille, Dragonfly Salon, and the model Katie Hillstead.
Photos by Our Labor of Love
I would never be able to do what I do without them…
Me & Robb
Me & Mom
Kerri & Mike (great friends)
Me & Max from Sun In My Belly
Me & Jennifer Beecham from Montaluce Winery
Me & Talie (my graphic designer who did all my branding!!)
Photos by Our Labor of Love
Here are some more from my friend Jesse at Our Labor of Love. Enjoy!
Here are the bouquets I did for her and her girls.
Photos by Alan Friedman Photography
This shoot was shot at Serenbe – a beautiful, sustainable, local farm-rasin’, yummy food-gettin’, lay in a cot and take a rest farm community…that my husband and I secretly want to escape to.
I feel like this shoot took on a very European, old world Spanish/Cuban (shout out to my cute Cuban husband), feel. Very timeless and elegant.
Thanks everyone who made it so gorgeous!
Photos by Jeremy Harwell
But I have to say those boys are pretty stinkin cute! Don’t ya think.
It’s true what your mamma told ya….you never know what real love is until ya have a baby- Cuz they can make me pretty crazy sometimes, but every moment I love more and more and more and……
Photos by Our Labor of Love by Heidi
Here are a few good ones, but tune in next week for all my faves!!
Photos by Our Labor of Love
Photos by Our Labor of Love by Heidi
We are amyosaba event. floral. design.
I am a home grown flower lover. My grandmother had a huge farm where she grew hybrid daylilies. People from all over the country would drive out to her lovely Arkansas home to see her flowers. As for my mother, she takes on the green thumb by plucking away in her 2 acre garden, finding new exciting colors and textures – so, I get it honest.
So, if you have a wedding or event that you want to be uniquely you and something everyone will remember, give me a call! I’d love to sit down with you and hear all about you and what you envision for your big day.
So, keep checking in – I’m going to try my hardest to update everything weekly.