“True originality consists not in a new manner, but in a new vision.”- EdithWharton
Dancing Daisies Floral designs strive to be original, yet always want to match the vision of the bride. Whether it is a classic, traditional bouquet, or something a little “out there and different,” your floral vision is our goal.
Antelope Island Shoot
Ashley DeHart Photography and Kira Lynn Photography
The light on this August evening set the scene for an amazing dual photo shoot on Antelope Island. The couple that modeled for the shoot, had only met a few minutes prior to the photos. What??? Yes! Their fabulous chemistry, combined with these incredible flowers made easy work for the two photographers! Fantastic blue delphiniums, deep yellow ranunculus, bright pink stock, dusty miller, and hanging green amaranthus went together better than I had dreamed.
Vivian Park Photo Shoot
Lindsay Black Photography
They say color is everything when it comes to photographs. I chose the rich burgundy dahlias, deep orange gerrondo daisies, sweet white ranunculus, and soft grey dusty miller for the bouquet and crown. Without knowing the bride’s hair was blue, and that it would be a snow filled site - the resulting color impact was absolutely stunning!
Odgen Click Photo Shoot
Jennifer Hardcastle Photography
When you plan for an outdoor photography session in January, you never quite know what you’ll get with the weather. Sure enough, a nasty snowstorm blew in that weekend. The result? An indoor shoot that set the backdrop for some awesome flower photos! Hanging red amaranthus, burgundy snapdragons, deep red carnations, purple queen anne’s lace, wine red roses, and sweet pink spray roses combined for a “wild child” style bouquet. Paired with a boho crown, the effect was perfect.