What, for us, is the key to a successful wedding? Two words: Trust & Confidence. And these are what Bride Jen gave us when she commissioned us to work on her flower requirements.
In fact, among her suppliers, we were the very first that she booked (yep, way ahead of the church, the venue, and the catering!). What we loved about her is that she simply gave us her concept, and she left us on our own to design the look of her arrangements. The results? Flowers that were ethereal and fresh, yet elegant, restrained, and one of a kind. Why, the customized boutonnières were just as organic-looking as they were playful. We truly had a wonderful time working on this event!
From clients to friends, that's what Jen & Abner have become and that's something we will cherish all the days of our life. :-)
J Lucas Reyes | Fine Art Weddings + Lifestyle Photography
Bon anniversaire, Filmtastic™! :-)
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