A mix of white flowers and greenery makes a flowing bridal bouquet.
Boutonniere with a succulent echeveria rosette in the middle.
Flower girl crown has an enchantingly woodsy mix of berries, roses and greens.
This wagon wheel chandelier is transformed with branches, flowing orchids and tea lights.
Water station dressed up with lemons, succulents, roses, eucalyptus and oak branches .
Low centerpieces extend the white and green woodsy theme.
Bride's and groom's chairs are marked with wreaths of olive branches.
Table numbers in rustic wire placeholder stands.
Something blue: bicycles for two.
White and green bride's bouquet with a hint of blush roses.
This white orchid wedding arch looks utterly magical in this ceremony among the redwoods.
Bridesmaid bouquet: purple, pink, sage.
Calla lily and succulents give this boutonniere a masculine edge.
Purple orchid and blush rose wrist corsage for mom.
Flowing purple orchid and rose wedding centerpieces are tall enough for guests to see each other at the long tables set up in the barn.
Red orchid blossoms and floating tea light candles line the barn.
Purple-pink night lighting using giant orbs creates a celestial look outside the tent from Zephyr Tents.
Waterlily Pond was in charge of the entire event design: from creation of all of the floral designs, including the stunning ceremony arbor under the redwood trees, and the furniture and decor selection. They created the suspended designs in the barn (pink acrylic ribbons and suspended candle shelves) and tent (caning 'clouds' with glittering orb chandeliers).
Wedding Event Design and Flowers: Waterlily Pond Floral and Event Design
Wedding Ceremony and Reception Venue: Santa Lucia Preserve
Wedding Planner: Allison Weddings
Wedding Photographer: Larissa Cleveland Photography
Wedding Party Rentals: Hartmann Studios
Wedding Tents: Zephyr Tents
“I just thought Natasha’s stuff was visually dazzling. There was no contest with the other florists. She was my hands-down favorite. People were literally fighting for the centerpieces.”
“Natasha has a great design sense, a wonderful color sense, and a great sense of humor. She does not try to push her style onto other people. Pick her. She’s great.”
“I met with a lot of floral designers, but I just thought Natasha was a breed apart. I liked her design sensibility and that she really took the time to learn about me and wanted to see my dress. She just has a very modern and sophisticated approach. Every piece she did for me was a winner, just stunning.”
“People at the reception raved so much about the flowers, they stripped the tables bare! They even took the arrangements out of the men’s room.”
“Natasha took into account the venue, the dress, my heritage and my crazy ideas and turned it all into a stunning reality. She is a gem.”
“Natasha is creative, talented, and very original in her art. She takes time to pay attention to every detail of her arrangements. She is an extremely professional businesswoman. She will make you feel like your event is the most important one she is working on.”