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Thursday, February 26th, 2015 | Leave A Comment

Brynn and Ryan’s Wedding at the Four Seasons at Beverly Hills


We recently created florals for Brynn and Ryan’s beautiful early springtime wedding at the Four Seasons Hotel at Beverly Hills.


The bride, looking down from the balcony, to where we were  finishing  her bridal canopy in the garden.


We designed this charming rose petal bar, where guests could fill a bag of petals to shower the bride and groom.



The petal bags were stamped with their names.



The bridal bouquet was a collection of  ‘Juliet’  David Austin Roses,white anemones with a black center, white ranunculus. Veronica and Hellebore tied with a white satin ribbon with a black pearl head accent.



The bridesmaids carried loose gardeny bouquets of white parrott tulips,  ‘Juliet’ David Austin Roses,white anemones with a black center, Veronica, hellebore and willow eucalyptus tied with a black satin ribbon with a white pearl head accent.



The couple were married under a canopy of off-white blooming almond branches.



After the ceremony, the bride and groom walked down the white hydrangea lined aisle under a shower of rose petals.



The black and white escort cards radiated out from the blossom branch, Vendela roses, hellebore,  spray rose , and hydrangea filled antiqued garden urn.




Table centerpieces were garden assortments of roses, ferns, nerine lily, freesias, ranunculus, antique hydrangea and wax flower arranged in a collection of mercury glass containers.




Footed Mercury glass vases and Ivory pillar candles in clear glass hurricanes surrounded the centerpieces.




I just love this photograph taken on the roof of the four seasons hotel.

If you click on it, you can see it larger. So beautiful, I think Heather Kincade Photography did an outstanding job.



Wedding Coordinator: Samantha Scott,  Samantha Scott Events

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Thursday, March 6th, 2014 | Leave A Comment

Marion and Andrew at the Riviera Country Club

We are  finally catching up from a whirlwind year, what a year 2013 was!

We are so thankful for our great clients who have been keeping us so busy.

We have wonderful events that we want to share with you.  So, with any luck, we will be back posting entries more regularly.



We recently created florals for Marion and Andrew’s wedding at the landmark building,

The Riviera Country Club, built in 1922. It has a great Spanish Revival Hollywood feel about it.

Brad Austin Imaginative Florals

It was a pleasure working with their families to create a beautiful wedding for their guests.




The bride carried Vendela and Virginia Roses with gardenias and stephanotis. This bouquet had such a beautiful fragrance.

It was great to do a tear-drop or as we like to say ” pear shaped, like diamond” bouquet. It’s refreshing to see this shape come into fashion again.



The bridesmaids were dressed in soft shades of pink caring rose nosegays tied with silk cording.



The four ring bearers were such fun to watch stealing the show.



The escort cards were penned in the most elegant and ornate golden calligraphy.



Heart warming silver framed photos of parents and grandparents were placed on the entry table.

This  beautiful display really speaks to the  feeling that you are marrying into a family.

It was so interesting to see all the different styles of wedding bouquets over the years. These are only a few from the table.



The fabric covered Chuppah was covered with garlands of rose nosegays and greenery with the family Talis pinned inside.



As guests left the ceremony, custom made sugar cookies with  bride, groom and the couples monogram  were displayed on the entry table as afvors.



Half of the centerpieces were tall vases of  fully reflexed Vendela and Faith Roses, Lemonade hydrangea, Dendrobium orchids, caspia and dusty miller. The other half were lower versions of the same flowers.



At the base of the centerpieces, collections of mercury glass votives and small florals including roses, freesias, dusty miller and variegated ivy filled the table .

A fresh gardenia was placed on each napkin.



Vanilla Bake Shop made the simple, yet elegant cake using a gold French dot decoration and monogram.


Charlie King and her wonderful staff made the day run smoothly and were a pleasure to work with.

We wish this great couple a wonderful life together.


For more photos, this wedding was just posted on –  Style Me Pretty 

Wedding Coordination -Charlie King – Bluebell events 

Photography Jeffrey Shipley – j shipley photography

Venue – Riviera Country Club 

Videography – Charles Lauren Films

Cake- Vanilla Bake Shop