Here is a wedding from September of last year. This wedding took place at Talon Winery. Jenny's wedding focused on a popular trend in floral design called "Habitat". Habitat, according to the California Cut Flower Commission is "a concern for the Earth, its flora and fauna. It provides a restful, serene and studious environment that communicates one's ecological values, respecting the delicate balance between the Earth and its people". Collected and recycled elements are key components to this style. Jenny used reclaimed wood, recycled wine bottles and hemp linens for the tables.
Flowers of interesting form and texture are showcased. Some of the flowers shown are cockscomb, dusty miller, grasses, pin cushion protea, kale, chocolate cosmos, orchids, etc.
We also used grapevine from the winery in tall cylinder vases.
Jenny's dad built this modern cup cake stand.