winston salem nc
This Fall at Quinn’s elementary school there was a contest and kids could enter all kinds of forms of art from poems, dances, photography, drawings and paintings- you name it, it was enterable.
Of course my mini me decided she was going to do a flower arrangement and I was not so secretly thrilled by her decided upon entry manner. So I ordered her flowers and when the day arrived for her to create this masterpiece, I was a mixed bag.
The mom in me was cheering her on, letting her do her own thing while the florist in me was biting my lip and shoving my hands in my pockets because this was her original art and I was not allowed to mess with it.
I have to say, I think she did really great for a 5 year old! And mom definitely gave her a couple of pointers but I cut the stems and she placed and arranged every stinkin’ last one of them, y’all.
I might even hire her someday!
Sadly, I don’t think the judges see the value in this art form YET… but we’re going to slowly work them down because fresh flower arranging is an art.
It’s been 6 months since we moved and it feels like we just got here...
What does this mean for Petal Flower Company?
The good news is I’m still making beautiful wedding flowers! It just may be for Brides a little further south than the ones before. I’ll be doing flowers for weddings and events anywhere in the Triad. From Kernersville, High Point, Greensboro, Winston-Salem- even Asheville, Charlotte and Raleigh are on the list!
I’ve already had a chance to make some of the most beautiful wedding flowers at the Outer Banks this past Fall and I have weddings in Asheville and Raleigh coming up soon but I still have some available 2019 weekends.
How do I get wedding flowers for my Winston Salem wedding?
Just head over to my Contact page and fill out a few details so I can get in touch or you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love to hear all about your vision for your wedding and share how Petal can make it come to life with beautiful wedding flowers!
I’ve been waiting for these photos to come in and they’re every bit as dreamy as I hoped the would be! This breezy October evening was filled with the sweetest moments between friends and family celebrating the love of one of my favorite bride and grooms, Baili and Seth. They’re so smitten with each other it’s contagious and they had a beautiful ceremony in a large open field with nothing but a cross and the support of their loved ones behind them. And a tree. There was tree.
David and Sarah did just a flat out amazing job with these photos so you have to check out their work if you’re on the photographer hunt. And the venue was spacious and the perfect blend of an outdoor tent meets barn vibe, so check out Summerfield Farms.