I’m gathering ideas and inspiration for flowers. I love the colors or textures in these, maybe not the exact bouquet, but more the feel of them. Does anyone know if Pike’s Place still has flowers to sell in late November? All of the following are from http://www.katieelfers.com/Blog/blog.html
I love how the orange and red pop!
I love the texture and edges of these white flowers.
different flowers for each - but I like the monochromatic look for them
I like the textures of the different reds.
love the clean simplicity of the ruffly flower
It looks like my summer heart will be getting married in the winter – which means I get to be more creative. These vegetable vases are just awesome!
They look so easy – and simple to bring a pop of color and energy into the decor. 🙂
Here are a couple more.
I just found the ceh-utest thing to go over my wedding dress. The back of the dress to the waist is very plain and very simple, and we’ve been toying with the idea of adding some flowy capelet from the shoulders back. But check this out – isn’t the color fantastic? And yeah, I know have an orange crush. 🙂
sigh. isn’t it pretty? what do you think?
My specific flower wishes. I might not be able to get all the flowers I would love in late November, but this may give my wedding helpers visuals and ideas.
I love the bright colors and the textures of these flowers.
Dahlias – love the spiky ends and layers.
Ranunculus – Great layers and texture.
Orange carnations – cheap flower, but stunning all together like that.
I had to send an email this morning that I felt terrible about. I had to break up with my printing company, and I feel like such a Bridezilla doing it. My reason? They couldn’t print on the paper I wanted. My invitiations would have been done by a local business, (we’re trying to use as many local places for the wedding as possible), but they would have been on shiny, glossy paper – not at all the textured classic feel I was going for. I knew that every time I sat down to write a thank-you card, I would feel that glossy paper and kick myself for not putting my foot and saying no thanks. So I decided to say no, as gently and gracefully as I could.
But saying no is so difficult for me. These people worked very hard to answer all my questions, and kindly let me blather on to them. And I know I’m doing what I need to do by going with another awesome printer with the paper I want, but I just feel bad. So yeah, breaking up with your printer is hard to do.