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Elegant Garden Wedding Flowers | Sallie & Brent

newlyweds with bridal bouquet

Sallie and Brent's summer wedding was all about pink, cream and merlot tones with a pop of purple. 

The bride's bouquet featured a variety of garden roses, ranunculus, anemone and eucalyptus. 

newlyweds sitting on bench
bridesmaids holding bouquets
newlyweds holding hands
farm table with colorful floral centerpieces
close up image of colorful flowers
bride and groom at altar with floral arch behind them
side view of farm table with colorful centerpieces
overall view of reception tent
floral table number with votive candles
tablescape with floral centerpiece
bride and groom kissing at altar
blush table setting with floral centerpiece
long view of farm table with table number, votives and flowers

Vendors List

VENUE:Private residence 

PHOTOGRAPHY: Shane Fellows Photography

PLANNING: Susanne Duffy- Crown Weddings and Events 

FLORAL: Stacy K Floral 

HAIR AND MAKEUP: Revelry Salon 

STATIONARY: Wendy Ware Calligraphy & Design

BAND: Silver Arrow Band

RENTALS: McCarthy Tents & Events

SPECIALTY RENTALS: Petunia Rose

LINENS: BBJ La Tavola 


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Elegant Skaneateles Wedding Flowers| Kaleen + Peter

wedding place setting with white flowers
Kaleen and Peter's Skaneateles wedding  was stunning all the way around. 
From the lush blooms in white, soft peach and soft blue, to the touches of gold and luxe lounge seating, their day was one for the books! 
Newlyweds in front of floral arch
Pastel flower arrangements along ceremony aisle
Newlyweds dancing in front of floral covered stage
Closeup shot of stage flowers
pastel flowers lining ceremony aisle
White centerpiece on gold side table
Pastel flowers covering stage
Pastel centerpieces with table settings
white and blush floral centerpiece
blush lounge seating with gold side tables
Tall floral arrangement lining the yard
grey orchids with other pastel blooms
round guest table with white floral centerpiece
long guest table with pastel floral centerpieces down the center

Vendors List

Wedding Photography & Design: Lovewell

Wedding Planning: Heather Davidson 

Floral Design: Stacy K Floral 

Tent & Event Rentals: Hank Parkers Rental

Specialty Rentals: Petunia Rose, Luxe Event Rentals, BBJ La Tavola, and Stacy K Floral 

Stationery & Signage: Stone Fruit Studio

Videography: Rob Adams Films

Makeup: A List Artistry

Hair: Crazy Beautiful Co.

Gown: Lovely Bride Rochester

Catering: Pure Catering and Events

Cake & Desserts: The Cake Shop CNY

Band: The Metropolitan Players


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Chic White and Green Wedding Flowers| Chelsea + David

Chic White and Green Wedding Flowers| Chelsea + David
Strathallan ballroom with large floral centerpiece  designed by Stacy K Floral
Chelsea and David envisioned beautiful white flowers for their September wedding at the Strathallan Hotel. 
The bride carried a bouquet of all white freesias and the reception showcased three different types of centerpieces, along with a boxwood wall with custom sign. 
Newlyweds in front of boxwood wall with custom sign
Newlyweds cutting wedding cake
Bride with her bridesmaids in champagne dresses
Bride and Groom outside of wedding venue
Gold compote centerpiece with taper candles
Tall white and green centerpiece on guest table

Vendors List

Photography: Lindsay Stephany

Venue: Strathallan Hotel

Floral Design: Stacy K Floral 

Hair: Tri Beauty Co.

Makeup: Blush Beauty Bar

Stationary: Minted.com

Desserts: Scratch Bakeshop 

DJ: Mike DiNapoli


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Ornamental Kale and Cabbage | Flower Spotlight

Ornamental Kale and Cabbage | Flower Spotlight

These look so good; you almost want to eat them! You totally could, but this variety is more for looks and not food.

Although, they sure do look great in arrangements!    

    

 

They come in mostly purple, green, white, and variegated. We often get asked is this is the same as the kale or cabbage you can buy at the store, it is but they specifically make this one “ornamental” and are not concerned with taste, so it would be pretty bland. However, there is a distinction what is considered flowering Kale and flowering Cabbage. The flat leaves with no ruffle are flower cabbage. The ones with ruffles or fringed leaves are flowering kale. Technically they are both Kale, but they do look different.

They should be planted in the fall and taken out after the snow or extreme cold hits. They are annuals so they are a temporary enjoyment in the garden. However, we do get these fresh cut stems in the studio all year long, so no need to worry!

The cut stems we use are extremely durable and can last weeks in a vased arrangement. If the water is changed everyday and the stems are trimmed often, they should hold up a while. We use these with other pretty blooms for a garden look. They provide a bold focal flower when we need one!

Pastel Love - STACY K FLORAL

An inside florist trick is, if they are not opened fully, you can gently start pull the leaves back one by one without tearing the leaves and you suddenly have an open and full bloom!

These can be a talking point in an arrangement for their resemblance to edible kale and cabbage.

So make sure to ask for these interesting babes because we usually have them in stock!

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You are looking sharp | Cactus spotlight

You are looking sharp | Cactus spotlight

These prickly plants have a harsh outside but are just as sweet as other plants.

 

cactus houseplant garden

There are thousands of varieties, and they come in so many shapes, sizes, and colors. They are one of the oldest plants, dating back 50 million years ago and did not differ much from the modern cactus varieties we know today. You may think that these prickly wonders are only found in the desert, however, one variety has been found growing at an elevation of over 11,000 feet in chilly mountains.

cactus houseplants

 

What makes Cactus so unique is their ability to hold water. They evolved overtime creating a root system that is very close to the surface, which allows quick access to the water. The plant holds water and slowly shrinks the longer they go without water, which in the desert can be months. They are one of the only plants that, if water becomes unavailable, they will become dormant and use their resources so minimally that it is almost nonexistent. They produce protective barriers such as thorns or “fuzz” to create shade for themselves and create a barrier for animals that might want to eat them.

cactus garden

   How do you take care of these unique prickly pears? Well, to put it plainly, easily. Cactus is one of the easiest plants to take care, they only need water once a month or when they appear to be extremely dry. They hold water for so long, that watering is few and far between. They need bright light, similar to what they would have in the desert! So, do not be afraid to put them by a window.

 

 

Decorating with cactus can be fun and funky! They come in so many shapes and sizes, so indoor cactus gardens mixed with succulents for a centerpiece or lonesome on a windowsill is a great and easy way to add life to a space. Not to mention, they are a conversation piece for sure.

Cactus garden

Do not deprive your home or office of some funk that a cactus can provide.

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