We work with a range of clients, including corporate, non-profit, and private events but weddings are our focus and favorite events to design. There are two types of brides we work with, brides looking for just flowers, perhaps with a few specialty items like an upgraded cake linen, ceiling installation or monogram dance floor.  Each […]

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Jan 23, 2018

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Choosing the right foundation for your wedding reception is a crucial step in the design process.  With so many Kansas City wedding venues to choose from, we’ve rounded up our top three favorites for a classic, elegant and romantic fete. Spoiler Alert, we may have included a few more favs for you to consider! The […]

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Dec 24, 2017

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When will you get married? It’s one of the biggest decisions you’ll have to make while planning your wedding. There are many factors to consider when choosing a wedding date including: how much time you’ll have to plan, close family and friend schedules/pregnancies, sentimental dates, and of course openings at your favorite venue. One consideration […]

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Dec 24, 2017

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Does your heart flutter over clean lines and white spaces?  Do you envision a wedding with thoughtful design that adds to the already beautiful space? We’ve rounded up our favorite Kansas City Wedding Venues that feature clean, modern and simple design details.  The perfect blank canvas to build your dream wedding reception. The Gallery Event […]

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Dec 24, 2017

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In my experience, wedding planners are one of the most undervalued wedding vendors in the industry. Time and time again I hear clients say that they don’t need a wedding planner because they can do it themselves or they have a helpful mom/family member. While it’s true that brides are perfectly capable of meeting vendors […]

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Dec 22, 2017

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Boutonnieres and corsages always spark a lot of conversation in my consultations. Many people have strong opinions and many brides have no idea what the proper etiquette dictates. Traditionally, boutonnieres and corsages are for the men in the bridal party, grandparents, parents, ushers, readers, and any other persons involved with the wedding. Brides adapt this […]

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Dec 18, 2017

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