Last Sunday we provided Toby with a fabulous cabbage rose bridal bouquet.  The flowers were to match her cabbage rose dress. I was excited to be working with Toby and Aaron because our first meeting was so comfortable and easy. In fact I fell in love with them as a couple, they are so beautiful together.  I showed them a pile of flowers that I just happened to have "in the cooler" and they were sold. They literally each scooped up my little boys and spent the rest of the time playing with my very active sons. I was blown away by their ease with family, and I could clearly see them down the road as parents.  I spent the rest of the planning session talking logistics and order size with Toby's amazing parents. As it turns out, Toby's mom Deborah is a huge fan of my dad's pie, and that pretty much sold them on me because Deborah left squealing, "OMG you are the pie man's daughter." My father is Albert Heider and he owns Heider's Country Store in Lucketts. In addition to fruits, vegetables, plants, and seafood, he bakes pie. Apparently Aaron even drove out from the city to get pie for his mother on mothers day.


For the final touch on Toby's bridal bouquet, I added this lovely rose embellishment that I bought in San Francisco.


We created this fabulous chuppah with multiple clusters of lizzy, hanging amaranthus, spray roses, cabbage roses and hydrangea. 




The elevated centerpieces featured hanging votives and wheat grass.


The low centerpieces were surrounded by a bed of moss.

Elodie took this picture of me designing the cake through the window.


This wedding was a delight to be involved with, and when Toby came down the stairs to start down the aisle everyone was cheering for her because she was such an incredible bride. Yes, we loved working on this wedding and we loved Toby and Aaron, happy married life and thank you for allowing us to be a part of your wedding day.


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