Rebecca and Nelson Wedding – Brides Bouquet – Tribeca Rooftop – Jason Thomas Crocker Photography
The wedding ceremony was all you dreamed of and more. With the most anticipated parts of your wedding – the walk down the aisle, exchange of vows, and first kiss – your nerves are starting to settle and you are looking forward to an unforgettable night with friends and family. Simply put, everyone is ready for a party. But what to do about the gorgeous bridal bouquets? They are absolutely beautiful and the last thing you want is to see them on the floor behind a chair – no shade to bridesmaids here, it understandably happens! At the same time, keeping track of the flowers will be extra work that nobody needs after an extremely busy day that started in the early morning hours. Read More
We receive a lot of questions about wedding floral preservation. Wedding florals are a big investment of time and money, and many brides want to commemorate their day with a beautiful preserved floral keepsake.
Lacie Porta – Founder and Artist at Framed Florals
Lacie Porta, founder of Framed Florals, first caught our attention when one of our brides had her preserve a wedding bouquet. It was love at first sight! Lacie’s designs are unique, beautiful, and reflect a modern sensibility. We were beyond excited when she agreed to be interviewed for our Bride & Blossom’s Women Paving the Aisle series. Here, Lacie talks about what motivated her to start her floral preservation company Framed Florals, finding creative inspiration in the everyday, and the three people she would invite to her dream dinner party. Read More
You’ve been waiting your whole life for this moment. You’re getting married, and with great celebration comes great planning. First thoughts in the planning process are often the venue, your dream dress and food to impress the guests. Yet with all this in mind, it’s important to remember that your bridal flowers are something to put great thought and design into. They are a treasure to be seen, and a lot of time, planning and budgeting goes into your florals to bring your wedding and theme to life. However, due to the life span of these gentle blossoms and their fleeting beauty, many tend to shy away from grand floral pieces to avoid the guilt or afterthought that your flowers will only have a life span of a few hours. What happens to these radiant beauties after the reception has ended and guests are walking out after they danced the night away? Though their sole purpose is to bring beauty, romance and charm into your wedding day ceremony, pictures and reception, some couples deem it a waste of money that flowers are used only for one night. They end up scaling down the designs they had dreamed of, so as to not feel bad about having large amounts of “wasted money” sitting around. Read More