And we're blogging again....'s been awhile since you've heard from us. It has been one crazy wedding season since we last blogged--and by crazy, I mean wonderful and BUSY!  The "off season" is finally here yet we are still finding ourselves with on overwhelming to-do list.  I feel so fortunate our business is thriving but I am looking forward to having some downtime to reenergize and get caught up on the admin side of things.  We have lots of new content to post and I'm just now starting to sift through some of the photos that are rolling into my inbox.  

You may notice we also have a new online look--we are still working on some kinks here and there but overall I love the new design.  Talented designer and photographer, Carina Sckrobecki, created our beautiful logo and I'm slowly but surely figuring out how to personalize the website.  I'm about the least techy person ever, so when I say slowly, I mean it!  While I continue to sort through photos of weddings, I'll leave you with a few summer pictures from Instagram.  When things are really busy, Instagram is a great way to keep everyone up to date on current content.  Check out our profile and follow us to see more real time photos of what we are working on and creating 

We also have some exciting features coming up.  Basically, lots to catch up on and share with you all so check back soon and often!

Spring is...

basically here!  Although Seattle has bi-polar weather this time of year, the budding blooms outside don't lie and local farmers are posting about their first harvests of flowers.  I'm ready to put the dark winter days behind me and head into the busy and blessed year I have ahead.  Here is a bright and cheery arrangement to kick off the weekend.  Photos by the lovely Kate Price Photography. IMG_9178IMG_9184 IMG_9224IMG_9252IMG_9176IMG_9239

Summer bounty

Summer is great.  Flowers are plentiful enough that I can just run to the market without an order and pick up pretty accents to compliment the blooms and greens growing right outside my door.  Living in the city doesn't allow for us to have a large garden, but we are slowly learning how to stock our yard with beautiful things.  I created this bouquet for fun with dahlias and garden roses from our garden.  I should probably say from "my husband's garden" because, if I'm being honest, he does most of the maintenance work and all of the watering--unless you count throwing the empty bucket water outside after an event...then I can take some credit:) Stacy_040Photo by the ever-so-talented Bryce Covey.