Pale peaches and pinks bring to life the Southern femininity of the classic Old Mobile bride. Meaningful personal touches, such as vintage ribbon and pearl jewelry, simultaneously lend timelessness and personality.
Peach Stock Blossoms • Pink Mini Calla Lilies • Pink Rice Flower • Eliagnus Tips • Maiden Hair Fern • Pearl Necklace • Vintage Pink Lace Ribbon
Just like the town itself, traditional meets quirky in the artistic community’s combination of blooms and succulents. Something old, such as an antique cameo from a grandmother or relative, lends a nod to great love stories that came before your own.
Green Succulents • White Tulips • White Gladiolas Petals • Dusty Miller • Scabiosa Pods • Cameo Necklace • Silver Striped Organza Ribbon
The small city’s Native American roots inspire a collection of unique greenery and tribal details perfect for an adventurous bride with an earthy vibe. The especially daring may choose to subtly incorporate actual taxidermy, like this feathered friend.
Millet • Scabiosa Blooms • Allium • Nandina Berries and Foliage • Holly Berries • Ti Leaves • Japanese Maple • Dried Fruit Pods • Tanned Pheasant Pelt • Feathers • Leather Strapping • Turquoise Beaded Ribbon
Bayou La Batre
Charming elements of the beloved fishing village, such as hooks and netting, are balanced out with full foliage in this maritime menagerie. Close attention to detail, for instance matching the colors of oyster shells with thistle, creates cohesion in an otherwise busy bunch.
Local Hydrangeas • Sprengeri Fern • Blue Thistle • Pitcher Plants • Orange Star of Bethlehem • Cattails • Oyster Shells • Fishing Net • Fishing Hooks • Ribbon Grass
This bouquet draws inspiration from the coastal town with a combination of beachy details and tropical foliage. The bright hues reflect its namesake as well as the free spirit of its shores. Driftwood and palm leaves lend an unexpected dimension that won’t easily be forgotten.
Sunflowers • Orange Parrot Tulips • Orange Ranunculus • Orange Montbretia • Sea Oats • Palm Leaves • Driftwood • Shells • Glass Bugle Bead Coral
About the Designers
With a combined 55 years of experience in the event industry, Ron Barrett, Julia Greer Fobes and Jim Sapser have finally come together in business for themselves. Besides their over-the-top weddings, Barrett Greer produces more than 35 Mardi Gras balls and events per year, along with numerous corporate and holiday parties, dance recitals, ballets and operas. The well-known trio is celebrated for their handcrafted touch and one-of-a-kind creations, whether it be flowers, stage sets or props. Barrett Greer says their goal is to learn a client’s story, style and vision and then design an unforgettable event that is unique to each individual client. They are currently booking through spring 2016.
Barrett Greer: Florist, Stage Sets, Events • 802-0042. barrettgreer.com