Welcome to Armstrong Design! I am a designer and florist, as well as a Youth Pastor's Wife and a brand new Mom! I am so glad you stopped by! Feel free to browse this blog for your wedding or special event needs and don't forget to leave me a comment and let me know you were here.
My passion is to help you create the event or memory of your dreams with creative design solutions and fresh, beautiful floral arrangements. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Interior Design and more than 10 years of experience in the Floral Design Industry. Great design is all about the details! I love working with people and bringing all the details together that make an event memorable. I have very competitive and affordable prices and I will work with you to customize your event according to your budget.
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The color scheme for this wedding was so unusual. I LOVED it!!
Olive green, dark purple and a wine/berry color as an accent.
Jess wanted a very contemporary, modern look and I think we achieved that. Although I love those pastel color schemes, this one was SO much fun to work on. It was a challenge and so different, I enjoyed it and was very happy with the end result. Enjoy!!
Corsages and bouts. all ready to go!
Arrangements from the Groom's Dinner that we also used at the reception.
The dominant flowers for this wedding were green roses, mini-green hydrangeas, dark purple mini-callas, green orchids and fiddlehead ferns.
Super fun choices!!
White roses, white hydrangeas, white mini-callas, white stock, and white gardenias.
White ribbon wrap to match dress.
One of my very favorite bridal bouquets.
So soft and feminine, loved the textures we combined here.
Green roses, mini-green hydrangeas, purple mini-callas, and fiddlehead ferns.
Berry color ribbon wrap. Matched the bridesmaids' shoes.
Mother's wrist corsages.
White spray roses and green orchid blossoms.
(sorry, a little blurry)
Green rose, purple carnation, and green kermit mum.
Fiddlehead ferns, white spray roses and green kermit mums.
Groomsmen, Fathers, Grandfathers bout.
Fiddlehead ferns and green orchid blossoms.
White mini-calla and white orchid blossom
Fiddlehead ferns and green kermit mums.
Guest book Arrangement-Are those purple mini-callas stunning or what??
5 cylinders with flowers and 3 with candlelight
Flowers on the dance floor. The live band was set up behind the piano, on the stage, so we had to come up with a better place to put these flowers. I loved them in the curve of that piano.
Centerpieces. So beautiful when they were glowing in low light.
We used 6 of these for centerpieces.
One of the hallways where the guestbook and gift tables were. Don't you love that carpet? This hotel was just recently remodeled and it is very contemporary. I loved it.
Gorgeous green dendrobium orchids
Green roses, green mini-hydrangeas and white stock
Green roses, white roses, allium, and dark purple carnations
These hallways were brimming with people when the food stations were in full swing. We ate at the fajita station, but there was also a pasta station and a mongolian station too. Yummy!
Lots and lots of glowing candlelight when we came back for the reception
Although I was about to drop over, Travis and I re-grouped and made it to the reception. Ava stayed with her grandparents and we stayed out until midnight, dancing!! It was crazy :) Even though I was exhausted, we kept hanging on for one more song!
A great way to wrap up a busy, busy week.
Father of the bride. Love that bout. on that black tux!
Here are some pictures of the first wedding I did last week. It was a beautiful and intimate backyard wedding, with a big, gorgeous reception afterwards. As you can see, pink was the color of the night! It was a pleasure to work on and I loved how everything turned out.
A view of the reception.
The head table.
They rented all of my large cylinder inventory for this wedding, so there was lots and lots of candlelight. It was a very romantic look.
I loved this candy table that they created. Definitely all the rage right now in receptions. It was very detailed and just beautiful. It was hard for me not to sample it while I was working!
The family of the groom. We go to church with them, but I had never met the groom and only talked to his beautiful bride over the phone. It was fun to finally meet them!
Grandfather's bout. and Grandmother's corsage.
Father's bout. and Mother's corsage.
Groomsmen's bouts and Groom's bout.
We chose lavender as the dominant color for the girls, as they were wearing all pink.
Jocelynn wanted a very colorful bouquet.
I usually prefer an all-white bridal bouquet, but I really did like this when it was all done.
And as always, whatever the bride wants, she gets :)
Because the wedding was in the backyard, overlooking a lake, we didn't need much. Jocelynn wanted a very simple touch, so I wired white cherry blossoms to the arch.
Simple greens for the aisle. They also spread pink rose petals down the sides.
Such a gorgeous look!
Hard to call that a backyard, huh?
It was really quite breathtaking.
The bouquets and bags of rose petals.
I loved the bouquets with the bridesmaids' dresses.
I did 8 large arrangements like this one to scatter throughout the ballroom.
It's always important to have some height in a large room for balance and variety.