July 20, 2015

A sweet Hopland wedding

I've said it before - Campovida is one of our favorite places to work. Even on hot days, as they often are Hopland, the beautiful gardens, vined arbors, and tasteful water features made the place feel cool and welcoming. This late spring day was no exception, and we loved providing these arrangements of garden roses from Santa Rosa, scabiosa from Half Moon Bay, snapdragons from Watsonville, peonies and viburnum from Lassen, and perennial sweet peas, lavender, and olive from Napa. Congratulations, J&J! It was a pleasure to be apart of your celebration!

June 26, 2015

Cusp of Summer

Spring meets summer in this get well bouquet including peonies from Fremont, snapdragons from Half Moon Bay, and oregano, rosemary, olive, yarrow, monkey flowers, teasel thistle, and perennial sweet peas from Napa.

June 13, 2015

A March handfasting wedding

What can I say? I love J&L, and I love the way they celebrated their marriage - in their backyard, with a beautiful hand fasting ceremony followed by a festive meal with loved ones. Not only do these guys know how to keep things simple and host a good party, they know how to make use of their own and friends and family's ample talents to do it with style. (Jen is one half of the totally awesome Shipwright and Co. and Jen's sister Emma renders everything she touches beautiful). They also gave me free reign to do whatever I wanted with the flowers, which always makes me feel like I can do my very best work. Add gorgeous food from one of J&L's favorite restaurants, Zuzu, and you have one of my favorite weddings, ever.

June 8, 2015

Spring whites

 . . . with tulips and hyacinth from Arcata, snapdragons and queen anne's lace from Watsonville, and clematis, hellebores, camelia, thistles, and ferns from Napa.

May 26, 2015

A textural April Hopland wedding

We really love working at Campovida up in Hopland. Aside from the beautiful gardens and natural surroundings, it's the kind of place that just seems to attract really nice, cool people, like P&R. For their wedding, they wanted lots of texture and some good garden-y flowers, and of course we loved obliging with cottoneaster, perennial sweet peas, bearded iris, teasel thistle, borage, rosemary, and oak from Napa, clematis from Healdsburg, chocolate lace from Watsonville, and scabiosa from Half Moon Bay. Congratulations, P&R! It was a pleasure to be apart of your celebration!