We get a fair amount of passers-by marveling at our tire garden, wondering how we got it started. Actually, it’s really easy to create one of your own. First, take a drive. We see tires all over LA. Scout ’em out … Continue reading
For #tbt we wanted to showcase Robyn and John’s backyard wedding from 2011 and say Happy Anniversary!
Their wedding featured spray roses, ranunculus and soft greens – and the color palette was PINK!
“Think Anthropologie” said Robyn, and we were in love. They ate chocolate dipped strawberries in the harbor after their ceremony and laughed the whole day!
The reception took place in Robyn’s parents backyard. It was mostly a homemade affair; Robyn made felt flower boutonnieres for John and the TEN groomsmen and strung together paper dot streamers for the ring exchange.
She chose hobnail glasses and mason jars for the centerpieces and asked for cake toppers for their “bake sale” inspired dessert table.
Robyn and John, we hope you are just as happy today as you were three years ago. We were so honored to make your wedding day gorgeous.
for advice from Robyn on her backyard wedding, go here:
Check us out on The Knot for more of our wedding pictures!
There’s no mistaking that spring has sprung! The market is abundantly full of colorful and fresh-blooming flowers; we can’t get enough of the daffodils, lilac, ranunculus, hyacinth, sweet pea, and of course, cherry branches.
Here’s a sampling of what we have in stock at the Barn…
Ranunculus, Rice Flower andPink Cherry Blossom
Scabiosa and Lilacs
Fox Glove, Hyacinth, Fritillaria
Sweat Pea and White Cherry Blossom
Penny Cress, Viburnum and Fritillaria
Our greens wall is overflowing with rice flower, Australian bells, thistle, boronia, Italian pitt, leucadendron, limonium and again, cherry branches.
Take a look at some of the beautiful arrangements we created with these first day of spring ingredients…
With the current drought emergency declared by governor Jerry Brown, Californians everywhere are taking shorter showers, watching their sprinklers, and holding back from hosing down driveways…and we’re glad to hear it!
We here at The Ranch have always been on a mission to conserve water — both with our in-house garden and our drought-friendly designs.
In fact, over the years, Clover’s many drought-conscious arrangements have been a big hit with our clients. Inspired by sustainable design practices, many of these arrangements feature an array of beautiful greens and succulents, dried ingredients, and gorgeous native California flowers.
The other thing about these arrangements: They last a really long time and they don’t drink too much…unlike some flowers we know!
If you want a custom, beautiful, long-lasting arrangement for your home or office that conserves water, give us a call today at (323) 640-1590.