Fresh ,fun floral holiday feature in Birmingham Magazine with Heather Durham photography and some fav wedding vendors

We were given the opportunity to work with Birmingham's  Heather Durham photography for some fun creative  Christmas  inspiration. We often decorate homes for Christmas gatherings and love interpreting the house and families personality into our designs . We have collaborated with her for the Birmingham Magazine wedding issue, weddings and three gorgeous wedding photoshoots and jumped at the chance to add our flowers for a holiday feature.  The gorgeous Mountain Brook home was a perfect light filled and modern space for our team to decorate with a twist on the usually red and greens . We began by  adding whimsical colorful dahlias sourced from Stonehollow Farms in unexpected places ( in the dining room lighting). . Tea and Old Roses Robin Wilhem gathered china patterns that complemented the rooms wallpaper and gold accents. Sweet Melissa of Gracefully Made Art added the family names to vibrant pomegranates serving as table place cards .  Fresh greenery filled the house and the top of a yummy red velvet cake from A. Joy cakes. My favorite flower design was the fresh greenery Christmas tree wall art hanging in the stairwell. We hope this inspires readers to think outside the box for Christmas decor and use our abundant greens and locally grown flowers . 

So fortunate to work with Birmingham's best 

 

Heather Durham Photography

Gracefully Made Art, Birmingham- stationary, calligraphy

A. Joy Cakes, Birmingham-cake

Tea and Old Roses, Birmingham- dinnerware

Stone hollow Pantry, Birmingham- Dahlias

 

 

 

 

 

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