Over the next few weeks I'll be sharing more about my business- exactly how we serve our clients, the different facets we have, and basically the heart behind why we do what we do. Wedfully Yours, interesting name choice, huh? If you've wondered how I came up with this kitschy name, check out this post for the story. When this business started, I had the vision for this to be a full service wedding design company where I would plan everything wedding from A-Z. As I would be creating the design board and laying out the place settings, I began to notice how much I loved to play with the flowers. I noticed that it was the natural element of these blooms that made the entire look of any event. Then my curiosity for flowers began to blossom. See what I did there?
So, let's talk flowers. Whether you like to grow them, receive them, or just simply look at them, there is no denying they have a poetic beauty to them. From the array of colors they come in to the intricate details of a single petal, I started to really love arranging and designing floral art. I'll be honest and tell you where my beginning training came from: an online course called "Nicole's Classes." It was inexpensive and low-risk in case I decided this was not for me. When I finished the course, I will not say I was a pro by any means, but I knew I had way too much fun and I had to offer this to my list of services. I was selective at first, only offering this service to my existing brides because I was not sure yet if this was an avenue I could even explore. After a few weddings and really learning my floral craft, I am genuinely happy this has become such a large part of Wedfully Yours. We offer full-service florals to any bride inquiring. I LOVE working with other planners! It is so delightful to bring out someone else's design to life.
My design style is loose, organic and free-flowing. I like to say that I prefer to let the flowers dance and shine as they please :) For every event, I create a recipe to order your flowers and one of the things I love to incorporate most is texture. I like to try to keep it interesting to create more depth in the arrangements. Of course color is a big element, and my favorite part of creating florals because this can really tell your design story. Finding the right blooms to compliment each other can be challenging, yet fun. When you find an unexpected color combination that looks stunning, that is a florist win!
I'm so excited to be welcoming more couples to our 2017 calendar! Wedfully Yours has a few spring wedding dates still available, and we're currently booking for fall weddings. Click the button below to check if your wedding date is still available!