We were honored to be the official florist of Evolve 2015 at the Little Rock Marriott Saturday, January 24th.
The event was put on by the Centers for Youth and Families. This year’s theme, Winter nights, included centerpieces with ivory branches and gorgeous white hydrangeas accented with hanging candles.
The Center for Youth and Families in Little Rock provides assistance and care for at-risk families and troubled children.
We were honored to be the official florist of the 2015 Woman of the Year Gala. Not only were we able to put together some beautiful centerpieces, but the fruit was donated after the event!
The board of Women & Children First, the state’s largest shelter for survivors of domestic violence, held the gala Jan. 17 in the Little Rock Marriott Grand Ballroom downtown.
See the full album here.
Winner of “Best Overall Wedding Decor” in Arkansas Bride
Jenny Harper, originally from Oakdale, La., met the man of her dreams, Adam Dunaway (you might know him as Pool Boy on Alice 107.7 FM) of Little Rock, while volunteering for the Children’s Protection Center; she just didn’t know it yet. It took a lot of Adam asking and a lot of Jenny rejecting before she finally agreed to go on a date with him.
Fast forward to Jenny and Adam on the beach with his family. When he asked her to go for a walk on the beach, she had no idea that he was about to pop the question, or that her family was in a condo a few blocks away, waiting to celebrate the wonderful news together.
The Palm Springs flavor of the Dunaway wedding is clear from the first stunning glance. Jenny looked to the garden ambiance of the Viceroy Hotel as a touchstone, as well as Jil Sander’s spring runway for luscious florals.
Personal and unique touches reigned supreme with Jenny. She scoured places like vintage stores and Craigslist for much of the décor. Acrylic boxes meant for displaying dolls were filled with flowers, and they made tiny disco ball drink stirrers to match the giant ones over the dance floor.
See the full feature on Arkansas Bride here.
The second in a series of three wedding-bouquet tutorials.
Chris Norwood, AIFD and VP of Tipton Hurst, creates a “modern” bouquet that focuses on the concept of “color blocking.”
Next in the series: a bit of a twist on the “traditional” bouquet.
Tipton Hurst Textured Bouquet from Tipton Hurst on Vimeo.
The first in a series of three wedding-bouquet tutorials.
Chris Norwood, AIFD and VP of Tipton Hurst, creates a “textured” bouquet.
Next in the series: the “modern” bouquet, featuring more unique flowers and vibrant colors.