Changes are coming in 2018. One of my goals is to service the Austin Area for daily deliveries. I will still be booking weddings and events, but I want to serve the community for all occasions. My website will soon be changing too – eCommerce to make the ordering process more streamlined and user-friendly. I plan to be more active in the community. I am excited for the experiences and developments that are ahead.
Below are images of designs I have been working on for the new website. My designs are inspired by Austin and the rapid growth that the city is experiencing. I’m evolving as a designer and I learn something new everyday. I strive to keep my designs fresh and on trend. More are in the works. I hope that those of you that follow me keep an eye out for all the changes to come.
Cheers to the start of 2018!
Sabrina & David – April 10, 2017
Mercury Hall – Austin, Texas
I met Sabrina and David through a wonderful friend Anhelo. I instantly knew that I wanted to work on their wedding since Sabrina and David had such good souls and sweet personalities. Our meeting went a little longer than most consultations since we started talking about much more than just wedding flowers. I loved the process of working with them and figuring out details that would make their wedding so very special. Sabrina wanted a very natural look to her bouquets, and flower crowns. She collected vintage vases that I was able to adorn with blossoms and surround the tablescapes with loose foliage. All the colored glass vessels that Sabrina collected complimented the stained glass windows of Mercury Hall. Her vision was charming and delightful. As the pictures show love is sweet – especially when the couple is too!
All images provided by Bells & Whistles Productions
David & Allison
September 30, 2017 – Hotel Ella – Austin, TX
All images provided by Anastasia Strate Photography
Priscilla & Brian
April 28, 2017
When Jen Q sent me a message to ask if I could talk to her little sister about some wedding flowers I said YES! Little did I know that Priscilla would be the most relaxed bride I have ever seen!!! I loved her laid back style and great sense of humor. Priscilla wanted to keep flowers looking natural and not over the top. She gave me the color palette she wanted to work with and let me do the rest. Priscilla and Brian’s crew were so nice and sweet during set up they fit right in at Texas Old Town. This group showed off exactly what it means to have Texas charm.
All Photos Provided By Apryl Ann Photography
I had the privilege of doing wedding flowers for a wonderful couple here in Austin. Michele and James were such a joy to work with. Truly the perfect couple. They picked one of my favorite venues in South Austin – Mercury Hall. It is a hidden gem in the city. The beautiful stained glass windows add so much character to the space. The old oak trees filter the light perfectly for ceremonies. Plus the weather was perfect for an outdoor ceremony.
For the bouquets we used a delightful array of roses, garden roses, spray roses, dahlias, and tulips. We added a bit of texture in the bridal bouquet with some succulents, pods, and seeded eucalyptus.
We designed the sweetheart table with a silver compote dish with a lush bedding of mixed greenery and layers of roses, dahlias, stock, hypericum, and spray roses. The guest tables were decorated with mason jars filled with safflower, alstromeria, spider mums, and roses.
I decided to custom build an arch for this wedding. I was very pleased with the end result. It was the perfect backdrop for the ceremony. The arch was anchored with planters that held green and blooming plants. I hung vintage lace curtains and tied them back with flowers gatherings.
Thanks for taking a look. Enjoy!