Kelly + Logan

 photo: Tyler Rye. This bouquet has already walked down the aisle, been thrown to the ladies, and done a little wading in the ocean. Tough stuff, right?!

photo: Tyler Rye. This bouquet has already walked down the aisle, been thrown to the ladies, and done a little wading in the ocean. Tough stuff, right?!

I love working weddings, and I love getting to know my clients through the process. A nurse and a boatbuilding engineer, it was so much fun to work with Kelly and Logan. Truth be told, with his project management background Logan tested the wedding planning waters and was my primary point of contact for their florals. He also build the arch and all the tables for the reception!

 photo: Tyler Rye

photo: Tyler Rye

They had a beautiful, minimalist aesthetic of olive and other greenery and white blooms. Across nearly 80 feet of banquet tables we laid loose greens with brass candlesticks, white candles, and beautiful mixed succulents in gold glass mercury votives. It was romantic and elegant, and a great option for long tables without going for full-on garland. 

 Photo: Tyler Rye

Photo: Tyler Rye

This awesome arbor beautifully framed one of my favorite couples as they exchanged their vows. We used simple greenery and a few subtle accent flowers, with Kachemak Bay and mountains creating an unbeatable backdrop!

 Photo: Tyler Rye

Photo: Tyler Rye

The pictures from the beach are amazing. Tyler captured their adventure, love, and kindness so well! I'll leave you with a few more of his great photographs, and a big Thank You to Kelly and Logan for giving me the opportunity to participate in this true work of love. 

 Photo: Tyler Rye

Photo: Tyler Rye

 Photo: Tyler Rye

Photo: Tyler Rye

 Photo: Tyler Rye

Photo: Tyler Rye

Flowers: Alaska Stems
Photography: Tyler Rye
Day-of Coordination: i do Events
Venue: Driftwood Inn

For more information on working with Alaska Stems for your wedding flowers, please see our wedding page and our wedding inquiry form!