Satin & Stems // Garden Wedding Reception // The Balmoral House

When a talented local floral designer asks me to photograph her work…my answer will always be yes!  This past weekend I had the honor and privilege, not to mention oh sooo much fun time!!!, of documenting Elizabeth’s stunning work at The Balmoral House in Fishers, In.  She owns Satin & Stems, and she is so passionate about her work and about creating something absolutely magical for her clients.  And I love that about her!  I shared a sneak peek with her yesterday and today, and I can’t help but to share it here too, because it was all so insanely stunning! 

Elizabeth and Anthony (her sweet husband assists her on wedding days!), thank you so much for inviting me to photograph this gorgeous day!  Despite our typical Midwestern heat and humidity of July, along with the wind, you made this dreamy, romantic garden wedding space come alive with so much beauty!  Let’s do it again soon, ok?

Venue // The Balmoral House

Floral Designer // Satin & Stems, Elizabeth DiGiusto // Elizabeth of Satin & Stems creates full tablescape designs with rentable items.  Antique goblets and cups were chosen just for this garden wedding, along with a specialty arch installation with painted Baby’s Breath for extra color. Flowers in the design included Pampas Grass, Lily, Delphinium, Garden Roses, Spray Roses, Alstromerias, Eucalyptus, and Baby’s Breath. 

 

Have a wonderful day, friends!

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  • Marcie MullerJuly 23, 2020 - 10:38 AM

    STUNNING!!!  BEAUTIFUL!!!  It’s all so ELEGANT-LOOKING and especially LOVE the “peach” color. ReplyCancel

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