Coley’s Wedding Feature: Jessica & Zac

Mexican weddings are our favorite! We adored playing with the rainbow inspired colors as they reached the table linens to each bridesmaid. Celebrated at Mount Woodson, we married the hip couple, Jessica & Zac, with a plethora of  roses from red to the  end of the rainbow. Enjoy the images below and the whimsical flower background…

September Birth Flower: Aster

Dating back to Greek mythology, the goddess Virgo spread star dust into the earth. Today we recognize these lovely stems as “asters”, which translates to “star” in Greek. Let’s all thank the goddess Virgo for blessing us with such a sweet September. Don’t eat the apple! Asters are flowers for the gods! These babies used…

DIY: Eucalyptus Hanger

Calling all minimalists! This three step DIY is especially for you if you enjoy muted colors and simplicity in your space. Eucalyptus is one nature’s wondrous and aroma therapeutic gifts as it soothes mental fatigue, stress, and respiratory illnesses. Hang this baby in your bathroom and take a steaming, hot shower. Afterwards, you can smell the oils as…

DIY: Summer Aerium

Having some end of the summer sadness? If you’re holding onto the last seconds of summer like we are, express it all in this beach inspired DIY. An aerium is a terrarium for Tillandsias, which most people know as air plants. They live by absorbing water and nutrients from space and air they inhabit. Grab any…

Coley’s Wedding Feature: Nicole & Loring

Prepare your Pinterest boards because Nicole and Loring’s wedding will keep you dreaming all summer! Located in San Diego’s very own Balboa Park (The St. Francis Chapel the Marston House), we wedded this stylish duo together with bright pink peonies, cream roses, white anemones, and hints of succulents. See how the elements cohesively express their…

DIY: Fairy Flower Crown

Before there were wires and modern gimmicks, humble fairies organically designed with what was available to be picked from mother earth. Inspired by this, we bring to you a DIY for a wireless flower crown, created entirely with floral tape. In five steps, you can create a crown that is perfect for a music festival,…

DIY: Mini Centerpieces

Welcome to the dollhouse! This week, we are inspired by all things mini and tiny, which leads us to our DIY for mini floral centerpieces. Find any votive holder or small container around the house and revamp them with this simple, six step tutorial. If you want to substitute for different flowers, be sure to find…

TUTORIAL: Gladiolus Centerpiece

To celebrate the start of August, we bring to you a arrangement tutorial for Gladioli! Alongside the poppy, the gladiolus is actually the birth flower of August. The flower symbolizes strength and integrity, but also infatuation. The sword-like stem is the gladiator of all flowers and conveys compassion as it pierces through the hearts of…

Coley’s Wedding Feature: Grace & Charlie

What better way to take advantage of San Diego’s sun-kissed summers than to have a wedding? Held in downtown’s lovely Tower 23 and JRDN restaurant, we welcome Grace and Charlie into their new chapter as they tie the knot. The wedding ceremony and reception was weaved together with poppy colors and green flowers, bringing a complimenting simplicity to…

DIY: Submerged Floral Centerpieces

With a hot summer ahead of us, whip out some faux flowers and water to create a fun DIY centerpiece for various events and parties. All the below can be created with only ten dollars and easily impress guests when following our tips and techniques. Take a chance with these everlasting stems with our DIY…

Coley’s Wedding Formula: Stay Neutral

Pre-fall weddings are just around the corner and what better way to divide the seasons with  a color-muted wedding. Dream splashes of blush and definitely floods of cream and ivory. Neutrality is bliss and it certainly speaks a level of non-nonchalance blended with refinery.  Scroll below for a woodsy, nude affair!   BOUQUETS To signal the end…

Summer Must Have: Marie Belle

In celebration of World Chocolate Day, why not embrace the cacao amazement that is Marie Belle? Based in New York City, these haute chocolates thrive on the rare Criollo bean and the best exotic ingredients of many cultures, like Tahitian vanilla and Japanese matcha tea. Scroll down below for edible art, cacao love, and mouth watering bites!…