Jasmine Star Workshop
I love Jasmine*, I really really do. I have been reading her blog for a couple of years now, but earlier this year I had the opportunity to meet her in person. And she is exactly like I had perceived her to be from reading her words for so long... warm, energetic, funny, friendly and just a really nice person. She is truly a genuine person who cares, which is really hard to find these days. She is a mega photography rock star in the wedding industry, yet she is still so humble and giving. I have also become a huge fan of her husband JD, who is just as warm and friendly as his beautiful wife. I had the absolute pleasure of providing a bridal bouquet for her May Photography Workshop. I really wish I would have had a chance to sit and listen to her talk about branding and letting your true self shine through your business. She is so passionate and has such a magnetic aura, I can see why many photographers flock to her workshops. Without further ado, I am so happy to share some of Jasmine's beautiful images of our floral creations...
We used gorgeous coral peonies, coral striped double ruffled tulips, roses and fragrant lilac accented with fresh green apples for our table arrangements.
Photo by: Tracy Moore Photography - thank you : )
The beautiful couple who were also the models... Gabriel and Carlie of Gabriel Ryan Photography...
The bridal bouquet was created with two dozen peach cabbage style roses, accented with white freesia and finished with a camellia leaf collar. The bouquet was created to coordinate with the original dress style which was supposed to be 1950's/Audrey Hepburn chic. However, there was a last minute dress change, but I still think the bouquet and dress went well together.
I adore this picture of Carlie... gorgeous!
The uber fabulous Jasmine* rocking it out : )
The boutonniere we created to compliment the bouquet, a peach cabbage style rose accented with white freesia and a single camellia leaf backing. The stem was wrapped in ivory satin ribbon, with a green velvet collar and accented with a little antique bling.
We actually created two bouquets for the workshop, I just couldn't decide... this is the second bouquet which was created with delicious coral peonies, accented with a camellia leaf collar. The bouquet was banded with ivory satin ribbon, with a green velvet trim ballerina wrap finished with antique bling.
Thank you so much J*.... can't wait until the next workshop... with much love, xoxo