Randi + Mark = Married!

What a beautiful weekend in August for a wedding.  The skies were clear and Lake Superior was gorgeous.  I had the absolute wonderful pelasure of working with Randi and Mark on their wedding,  Their ceremony was at Gooseberry Falls and reception was held at Grand Superior Lodge.  Randi’s easy going personality totally let me pull out the ideas and turn on the creative juices to figure out the perfect look and feel they wanted for their wedding.  Check out the beautiful pictures by Carr Photography.   Congratulations Randi & Mark!!!

  

Erika + Scott = Married!

We had the pleasure of working with an awesome wedding couple,f Erika & Scott.  When I first met with Erika, I loved the look and feel she wanted to create for their wedding.  After months of discussion and emails, In the Woods helped Erika and Scott create n awesome event in NW Wisconsin at a beautiful location on Lake Namekagon at Staudemeyer’s Four Seasons Resort.  We had a little help from our friends….catering by The Brick House Cafe & Photos by Dreamcatcher Road Photography.  Check it out!

Jenny + Tom = Married

Congratulations Jenny & Tom!

Recent post on Denise Mack photography blog….In the Woods Floral & Events was featured as the floral/decor designer and coordinators for this fabulous wedding!

Jenny and Tom were wed among the swaying trees and lakeside breeze at The Lakewoods Resort in Cable,WI, on June 25, 2011. Sunshine, glistening waters, dragonflies and gorgeous decor’ ~ it couldn’t have been more picturesque! Jenny’s natural beauty was enhanced by Marwa, of Makeup By Marwa, and her eyes mimicked the shimmering waves upon the lake that afternoon.  The outdoor reception ~ including tent, lighting, flowers, and chair ties ~ were all creatively coordinated by Katie & Dawn’s team atIn the Woods Floral & Events.

Why a tulip should be your wedding flower….

Tulips should be considered for your wedding for both their visual appealing and deep meanings.

Tulips, with its striking flower at the top, grab your eyes directly. Their flowers are never too big or too small, too strong at smell, just fit your taste. Tulips have a variety of more than 100 species. With different colors, they represent different themes and meanings. Red tulips mean love and affection. Purple tulips represent royalty, dignity and devotion. Yellow tulips used to represent failure love, later they come to mean the friendship, sunshine and brightness. Tulips do not have a lot of negative meanings which is also why they are generally accepted.

Tulips flower last very long and as a kind of fresh cut flower; you may enjoy the full beauty of it.  With tulips as your wedding flower, you may have a more joyful and sunny life!!

What’s in a Flower?

Flowers are  a very important part of the wedding day.  Many girls have dreamed their whole life of their “big wedding day”.  Flowers are very unique way to express excitement and elegance.

Did you  know that flowers come from all parts of the world? They range from various sizes and shapes and smells.   Growers are constantly  developing newer varieties of flowers.   Roses are among one of the most popular flowers in floral design.  There are over 6,500 varieties of roses.  The variance includes; shape of rose, petal count, smell and color.  Orchids are also avery popular in wedding floral design.  Orchids have over 30,000 to 40,000  different species. (www.flowerexpert.com) only a select few are commonly used in wedding florals.