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  • Niagara Wedding Florist

    Fleurish design studio has deep roots in the Niagara region, a passion that started in the family green house as a child - it has grown into something more. Providing sophisticated floral arrangements and stylings that feature organic pairings of soft and gorgeous blooms, Fleurish has become known for arrangements that surprise and delight Brides. Fleurish is located in Niagara serving; Fonthill, Welland, St. Catharines, Niagara Falls, Jordan, Niagara on the Lake, and is also available out of area for weddings in Hamilton, Mississauga, Oakville, Toronto and beyond - contact me for weddings outside these areas.

Johanne & Earl :: {Sweethearts in a Rose Garden}‏

One of my favorite places to set-up wedding florals is at Inn on the Twenty’s Vintner’s Cellar. It’s romantic & elegant features always compliment the stylish details and overall feel of those weddings looking for that intimate ambiance. Johanne & Earl, and their wedding day ideals, were perfectly match with this romantic location. The couple had a vision of opulent ambiance, garden inspired feel, while keeping the whole look  soft & romantic oasis. Their ceremony took place at The Retreat at Cave Springs, and even the rainy day couldn’t put a damper on their excitement. The ceremony was held indoors, where gorgeous floral arrangements filled with garden roses in shades of soft & saturated pink, orchids, hydrangeas, and fantastic little hints of draping jasmine foliage, flanked the rustic fireplace and welcomed guests into the space. To complete the ceremony décor, we added charming floral kissing balls and mounds of pink rose petals guiding the bride to her groom. The bride’s bouquet was a modern cascading hand-tied overflowing with garden roses, and the bridemaids carried a similar mix of flowers but in a classic round style.

 

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Joahnne & Earl’s celebration continued at Vintner’s Cellar, the room was dressed in lovely elements by Simply Beautiful Decor, including the chiavari chairs, silver embellished chargers, lace overlays, and even the soft fabric arch flanking the newly weds at their sweetheart table. The reception was a very initimate affair, with family style tables adorned with mounds of garden roses and coordinating candles. The couple’s wedding cake was decorated with the same mix of rosy florals in shades of pink & the hallway leading to the cocktail area included the aisle décor florals from the ceremony (This is such an important florist tip: don’t be afraid to make your wedding florals multitask. They are gorgeous, so use them everywhere!).

Johanne & Earl’s photographer, Carolyn Roberts Photography, captured the beautiful and intimate moments as the couple became husband & wife, and celebrated their new union with their close friends and family. Congratulations to Johanna & Earl, wishing you all the best on your next chapter together!

Jessica & David {A Long Distance Relationship…With Your Florist}

It’s always such a surprise when a long distance bride contacts me with an interest in discussing wedding flowers. The process is pretty much the same; initial e-mails back and forth, a consultation with the bride & groom, and of course the creation and delivery of the beautiful florals, but it’s all done online (except for the creation and delivery part of course!). I’m not a stranger when it comes to connecting with a bride and her vision via the internet (thank goodness technology has come so far!) and so when Jessica & David contacted me from their Florida home about their Niagara-on-the-lake wedding I was thrilled to be a part of it. The couple and I shared all of our correspondences over Skype & e-mail and even then it was obvious how love-struck they were by one another.

The goal for Jessica & David’s wedding was to create an atmosphere that truly captured their love and shared it with all of their family near and far. They wanted a classic & elegant wedding day that embodied a romantic ambiance; their colours included crisp whites, blush & soft pinks, and touches of navy. Jessica & David’s ceremony took place in the Gallery at the Pillar and Post where the aisles where adorned with light pink & white rose petals, cylinder vases with floating candles, and a white runner that guided the bridal party and loving couple to their places at the front of the room. The couple exchanged their vows surrounded by two gorgeous arrangements resting on top of hurricane vases and pedestals. The bride and her bridesmaids carried elegant bouquets that included a delicate mix of white hydrangeas, lisianthus, ball Dahlia and soft pink & white roses, and each bouquet was finished with a touch of navy blue as we tied a silk ribbon around the stems of bouquets.

The excitement of the day continued at Queen’s Landing, where the newlyweds enjoyed the celebration with their guests in colourful style! Flowing white fabric draped stylishly behind the head table and the entire room was filled with an eye catching pink hue. The guest tables where decorated with centerpieces that combined a mix of low, elegant florals & bud vases with simple, open blooms. Both style of centerpieces included a combination of hydrangea, sweetheart roses, and mums with a touch of bright pink, soft flickering candlelight & mercury glass vases.

It was such a pleasure working with Jessica & David, even if it was a long distance relationship between us! Congratulations on your new journey together! Check out these amazing photographs captured by Margaret Diotalevi of Avenue Photo.

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An Autumn Love Story :: {Kristen & Joel}

Of course the fall reminds us of those cold wintery days soon to come, but let’s not forget all the beauty that the autumn season brings as well. It’s always a magically time of the year as the leaves change to brilliant shades of fall colours , the sun sets earlier, and the weather gets cooler (which is perfect for getting cozy and spending much needed time with your loved ones). Autumn is also a wonderful time of the year for weddings, it’s the perfect time to embellish with rustic elements and incorporate those great, saturated fall tones like deep reds, vibrant oranges and mustardy yellow. Kristen & Joel’s wedding was the perfect combination of rustic fall elegance and a contemporary twist. The wedding party’s florals combined a mix of gorgeous burgundy dahlias, soft vintage pink roses, orange calla lilies and tropical proteas (a little bit of a modern touch!) for the perfect fall look. The ceremony arrangements rested on fantastic golden pumpkins and featured beautiful autumn inspired florals which included some of the same flowers found in the wedding party’s floral details, and also some of my fall favorites like stems of kale. Get comfy, grab your favorite warm drink, and take a peek at these wonderful photographs by Jeremy James Photography!

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just peachy! a few of my favourite things…

As peach season is winding down I had to share a few pictures a dear friend Amanda, from Amanda Lachapelle Photography, captured for me one afternoon in the orchard! Living in Niagara we are so fortunate to
have many greenhouses, nurseries, cutting gardens and orchards at our disposal and sometimes they can be so easily overlooked…I have been really trying to make a point to stop; to stop & actually smell the roses, pause a few minutes and take in the beauty & bounty God has blessed us with and enjoy the nature all around! I had a few blooms left over in the studio, so I took the time to enjoy arranging just for the fun of it and incorporate  my favourite seasonal fruit…peaches!! I’ll let these gorgeous pictures speak for themselves…they turned out lovely! Enjoy <3

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Thanks!  ~ Jess