Tuesday, September 25

Real Wedding: Julia & Carlos


Two weekends ago, Julia and Carlos had a beautiful intimate ceremony at the Sausalito Presbyterian Church. Here, we draped lush sheer white fabric down the aisle to the altar archway which gave this charming wood church a glamorous and elegant feel. 





After the ceremony, an elegant reception soon awaited at the stoic Flood Mansion in San Francisco. This venue is truly like no other, it holds large windows that overlook the entire bay, including the Golden Gate bridge. The main hall was filled with lace covered dining tables and tall white centerpieces which we dressed with swagged crystals. 




To keep the design balanced with dynamic height levels, we added low centerpieces embedded with shimmering crystals to half of the dining tables.
On the escort card display, we placed a tall crystal wrapped vase filled with dripping white orchids and lush hydrangeas.
The bar area and cocktail tables were finished
with the same lush white flowers and crystals
that sparkled in the sunlight.



The toss bouquet held beautiful pink roses, fuchsia garden roses, and white lisianthus. 

The entire wedding was spectacular! The light which filled the elegant room at Flood Mansion allowed our floral designs to sparkle and create an evening to remember. 


To see more photos from Julia and Carlos's wedding please visit us on Facebook!

Tuesday, September 4

Press: Project Wedding

This week, Project Wedding was kind enough to feature our designs from Jenna and Scott's beautiful Napa Valley wedding on their popular blog called "One Lovely Day"!  Project wedding itself is a well-known wedding website where brides can go in order to find their wedding dresses, pick out weddings songs, get fabulous ideas for their big day!

The wedding design was referred to as "Modern Elegance in Napa Valley", they praised the bold color choices and the lush vineyards that surrounded the venue.

"I could gaze for days at the mesmerizing calla lilly, orchid, and rose bouquets by Michael Daigian Design."

Stunning photos by La Vie Photography.

Project Wedding also told Jenna and Scott's unique story of how they fell in love through and online dating site, where they went through several awkward dates and soon realized they were meant to be.

"Three cheers to finding love on the Internet!"


Thank you Project Wedding for sharing this beautiful wedding!

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