Urbana Wedding Florist – Just Picked

I am captivated with these images! The flowers just seem to pop against the green of nature, the navy of the bridesmaids dresses and t the soft white of the bride’s dress. In her initial consultation this sweet bride told us she wanted a just picked look – a mixture bold and natural colors and touches of white in a variety of textures and sizes.


We completed that vision with the perfect combination of 10 different types of flowers ranging from the softest peach stock, to a bold red carnations, light lavender wispy limonium to a golden yellow button mum. erin-michael-0187 erin-michael-0303-copy erin-michael-0409-copy erin-michael-0416 erin-michael-0468

Thank you to the precious bride and her helpful husband for trusting us to understand and execute your vision. We are delighted with the results and wish you a lifetime of love.


Memorial Stadium Wedding – Soft Corals and Whites

Wanting a subtle nod to the colors of their Alma Mater this couple chose a palate with lots of whites, a deep peacock, and soft coral. The results were elegant and classic, while still being fresh and interesting. Local photographer Holly Birch captured these wonderful images.

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We appreciate the trust each wedding party places in us to accented their wedding day with fresh flowers.


Urbana Wedding Florist – Iced Plum

While we are still enjoying the last few warm days of the year – I was reminded that winter is just around the corner. This wintery wedding photographed by Vivid Studios, Inc makes those colder days seem a little more appealing. Soft lavenders and bold plums were blended with soft whites to compliment the lacy white of the bride’s dress and the grape purple on the bridesmaids.

img_198 IMG_7938IMG_7582 img_836Thank you to the sweet bride for trusting us with your vision and to the photographers at VSI for capturing the look through your lens.