Monochromatic Mauve Bridal Bouquet

A Modern Wedding in Monochromatic Mauve

Is there anything better than a perfect dusty mauve hue? Shew. We love it. Cindy and Regan selected a beautiful monochromatic mauve palette to bring their wedding day to life at Greenhouse Two Rivers, and it was beyond gorgeous. While we love a mauve palette any time of year, we thought it was a particularly […]

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The Ivy Workshop | Bois D’Arc, Missouri

In August we had the opportunity to create several fun floral designs for a unique photography workshop here in Springfield. Kyndal Hawkins of Inner Images Photography and Beth Solano of Beth Solano Photography organized such a neat multi-day event for photographers all over the midwest. The first day included education and practice shooting in-home sessions, […]

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Blush Strawflower

Late Summer Wedding Flowers

Here in the Midwest, the humidity and heat during the summer can be a lot to bear. Lucky for us, the heat of the summer produces a pretty long list of incredible flowers that can be grown in our area… which is exciting news if you’re planning a wedding during these toasty months! We’ve rounded […]

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Couple standing in front of Haseltine Estate entrance

An Early Spring Pop-Up Wedding | Springfield, MO

In March we experienced our very first pop-up wedding with Show-Me Love Pop Up Wedding Co. The air was cool, the sky was a bit cloudy (perfect for photos!), and the cherry blossoms were in full bloom. (We almost missed our turn into the venue we were so in awe of the blooming trees!) It […]

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Couple laughing, holding bridal bouquet

A Romantic Summer Wedding at Haseltine Estate

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This beautiful couple was such a joy to work with. We had so much fun chatting over the thoughtful details of their big day. For Sam and Ginger’s bouquets and centerpieces we used blush and peach roses, stock, white hydrangea, and ranunculus. Plus we picked up some amazing local dahlias from Stephanie’s mom, Nancy Voss. […]

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Early Spring Wedding Flowers

Spring has arrived and we’re here to tell you that early spring is an ideal time to get married. Is it still chilly? Maybe—though you never know in Missouri. But the flowers are breathtaking, and it’s totally worth planning your wedding around them. (We might be biased, but hear us out.) The early spring season […]

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Bridal bouquet with protea, beige roses, and amaranth

An Outdoor Fall Elopement on the Water

Adair and Michael’s beautiful fall elopement took place on a perfect autumn day in early November. They married on a dock overlooking the lake at Rockspan Lodge, followed by an intimate dinner at a table with their closest family and friends. We made this beautiful bohemian bride a free-flowing bouquet in neutral colors, with pops […]

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Bride holding her dusty blue, burgundy, and beige bridal bouquet

A Rustic Wedding at Gambrel Barn | Verona, Missouri

Priscilla and Nick married at Gambrel Barn just south of Springfield, Missouri. From the get-go, Priscilla filled us in on her lace and boots wedding dreams, sharing how much she loved blue hydrangea with baby’s breath. Their wedding color palette in burgundy, dusty blue, beige and blush informed the rest of the floral decisions for […]

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Collage of coral flowers

Living Coral Wedding Inspiration

Living Coral was named 2019’s color of the year by Pantone. It’s cheerful. It’s vivid. It’s a great color for a wedding if you want to pack a colorful punch into your big day. With a color this bright, it’s easy to get carried away. One way to make sure you don’t overwhelm with coral […]

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Intimate Fall Wedding

An Intimate Fall Wedding in the Ozarks | Bois D’Arc, MO

If there’s one thing we enjoy, it’s celebrating a good love story. Back in September we co-hosted an elopement giveaway to celebrate the launch of Wildly Collective, a wedding styling and coordination company blending the intimacy of elopements with the design and celebration of traditional weddings. Jessie and Matt were the lucky winners of the giveaway, […]

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