Want to know why we turn to beloved Houston event florist Dream Bouquet, again and again, for our most complex and beautiful styled shoots? Talent. Endless amounts of it. Starting with company owner Rebekah Edwards, and continuing with every member of her amazing team.
Dream Bouquet’s unique ability to design fabulous flowerscapes for each unique Houston wedding venue environment they work in is also why countless couples have turned to this boutique Houston floral design firm over the past two decades. From Houston’s most glamorous hotel ballrooms, to rustic-elegant ranches, grand estates and waterfront settings, Dream Bouquet designs for the space, and for the couple at the heart of the celebration. Edwards and her team turn out gorgeous table centerpieces, floral walls and floral chandeliers, stage and room decor, and beautiful bridal bouquets, groom’s boutonnieres and personal flowers for every member of your bridal party. Click here to read the rest of this post »
Since making a splash on the Houston garden- and floral-design scene in 2010, Glenwood Weber Design has established its reputation as one of the city’s best, creating magnificent gardens, “green walls” and landscapes in Houston’s poshest neighborhoods. So it was a natural transition for owner Glenwood Weber and his talented team to make the leap into weddings, bringing with them Click here to read the rest of this post »
Flowers: E Johnston Designs | Styling: Tammy’s Table
In a town where lavish opulence rules and bling is king (ok, queen), we know that some of y’all are wondering just where a sweet Southern gal is supposed to turn for good old fashioned understated wedding elegance. We feel you, darlings. And it’s with you in mind that we’re singing the praises of E Johnston Designs today on the blog. Keep scrolling for more….
Flowers: E Johnston Designs | Photo: C. Baron Photography
If fresh, sweet Southern pretty is what you’re after for your Houston-area wedding, you need to schedule an appointment with Elaine Johnston, and find out what this skilled and super intuitive Spring-based florist can come up with to flesh out your nascent floral fantasy.
Flowers: E Johnston Designs
We’re so delighted to have E Johnston Designs as a new member of the Weddings in Houston family, and we can’t wait to show off more of Elaine’s lovely work in the coming months! In the meantime, get your fill of soft, Southern floral-design favorites–from tulips and hyacinth to pastel cut crystal to baby’s breath bunches that look lighter than air–and then get yourself over to E Johnston Designs for your very own wedding floral consultation!
Basic beige? Not even. Choose linens, rentals and tenting in neutral hues to tie your flowers, table settings, and decor together. Ask your wedding planner and florist for tips, and take inspiration from these neutral wedding palette “tricks!”
1. A pattern in a neutral color acts almost as a solid.
2. Neutral chairs and linens paired with greenery bring the outdoors in.
3. Barely-there “ghost” chairs and soft white tenting create airy space for larger receptions.
Photo: Adam Nyholt Photography | Flowers, Decor & Rentals: Maxit Flower Design
4. Pair a neutral pattern with gold and a range of pinks and greenery for a fresh palette.
5. Use varying saturations and tones of a classic neutral (in this case, taupe) to add dimension to decor.
Photo: Koby Brown | Furniture Rentals: Darryl & Co. | Flowers: Bows + Arrows
6. A light-hued, sheer runner paired with a natural surface acts as a texture rather than a color, creating layers of interest.
Photo: Luke & Cat Photography | Rentals: Swift + Co.
7. White, as a textured table linen or used sparingly on napkins or chair sashes, lends a clean, modern finish.
Photo: Sylvie Gil | Flowers, Decor & Rentals: Todd Events