brunia and wood flower in birch container | dried artichoke blossoms aka cardoons | birch and pussywilow
Bloomingayles – inspired botanicals
We love our new space at Mill Valley Lumber Company! We have seasonal wreaths, permanent arrangements, floral bouquets, succulents and ‘blessings’ – something for everyone! Pre-order flowers for dinner parties and gifts. 415-298-4047.
Please stop by. We are open daily Monday – Saturday, 11 – 6.
This is a favorite image I shot of Annie and Roxy, my talented, artistic floral designers. Here they’re arranging the flowers in Tuscan urns for Diane & Indra’s wedding ceremony at Viansa Vineyards in Sonoma.
Designing, ordering, picking out and buying the flowers, foliage, containers and decorative elements for a wedding takes a team of amazing, creative and devoted floral designers to make the wedding celebration absolutely perfect.
I will be posting more on what goes on behind the scenes of creating wedding flowers and more photos of Diane & Indra’s gorgeous “under the Tuscan sun” celebration in the next few days.
Emily and Geoffrey said their vows on April 14, 2012 at the Ralston White Retreat Center in Mill Valley, California. Emily (Cupcakes and Cashmere) grew up in Mill Valley and chose to be married in her home town. She and Geoffrey fell in love with the setting.
One of the most simple, organic, elegant days with so much love amongst their family & friends. I am looking forward to seeing their wedding photos by Max Wanger, recently voted one of the top 10 wedding photographers in the world!
This is the inspiration board that we are working from for the enchanted wedding at the Ralston White Retreat in Mill Valley this weekend. Wedding team:
Floral design by Bloomingayles (www.gaylenicoletti.com)
Event planning by ‘bash, please’(www.bashplease.com)
Vintage containers by OneTrueLoveVintage Rentals(www.onetruelovevintage.com)
Photography by Max Wanger (www.maxwangerblog.com).