December 15, 2018

I was first introduced to the Mother of the Bride. We talked for hours and she told me that her daughter was getting married. Shortly, after I received an inquiry from Elizabeth and the rest was history!



Elizabeth dreamt of a pure white wedding. She wore a sophisticated gown, with a pearl necklace carrying a luxe bouquet wrapped in lace. Her floral's consisted of David Austin Roses, Peonies, white Lilac, and Lily of the Valley. David looked dapper wearing a black bow tie and a single Rose buttonhole. Her bridesmaid’s flowers were tied in sheer silver ribbon opulent with Early Grey Roses, Dusty Miller, and Silver Brunia Berries.

hey had a beautiful ceremony with a Chuppah, to honor the groom’s culture. The arch was filled with Astilbe, Veronica, Majolica, Tibet Roses, Lisianthus, Curly Willow, Blue Thistle, Grevillea, Podocarpus, and Feather Eucalyptus.


The reception took place at a rustic country club on a cold December day.

The bride and groom dined at an elegant tablescape that was dressed in white Stock, Tulips, Cappuccino Ranunculus, and two types of Eucalyptus. The lighting was dim and the space was breathtaking. Guests were impressed seated around tables with tall candles, clear goblets, white china, and cutlery refined in silver. The pair decided on a three-tier wedding cake with a traditional cake topper dressed with loose blooms and small candles.

was delighted to work with with Elizabeth and David. It was my pleasure to create their wedding arrangements!

Loreta Daka Carrero

Photo Credit:
Donna Cheung Photography