floral design

Bright Summer Wedding


This wedding was a joy to create. I get a lot of requests for ivory and green wedding flowers, so I welcomed the change of color palette. I also wondered how the bride found me! Her requests were to use flowers that have a lot of petals (garden roses and peonies, hellllllooo!) in varying shades of pink, with a rustic but classic feel to them (cue the burlap wrap and eucalyptus).

As always, the vendors are listed below from this colorful Enterprise Mill wedding. Hope the flowers make you smile when you see them like they did to me!


Juliet, Wabara miyabi, and baroness garden roses, pink peonies, hypericum berries, ruffled lisianthus, and astilbe, blush spray roses, white alstroemeria and ranunculus, garden grown dusty miller, seeded and silver dollar eucalyptus, burlap, and twine.


Photography: Dailey Alexandra Photography
Floral Design: Honeycomb Florals
Venue: Enterprise Mill Event Center
Wedding Gown: Elegant Bridals
Groom + Groomsmen’s clothing: Simon’s Formalwear
Hair + Makeup: Hannah Bass

Their colorful gallery is below!

Southern Plantation Wedding


Being able to work at such uniquely southern venues has been an unexpected perk of this job. I grew up in southern California so every time we roll up to a traditional plantation home, I get all googly-eyed at the sight of it.

Quinney Oaks Plantation didn’t need much as far as floral accents go. It was cleanly overgrown with English ivy and Spanish moss hung from the grandiose oak trees. Our bride was all about textural elements so we focused on bringing those into the bouquets and simple bud vase centerpieces using thistle, brunia berries, and Queen Anne’s lace.

The highlight for me, design-wise, was a massive pergola that the bride and groom were married on. Y’all (I can say that now, right??), we used a total of 32 feet of garland on that baby! Shoutout to my work husband/real husband that climbed atop and was perched like a freakin’ gargoyle tying it to the border, while my mom and I alternated holding my little one as it was drizzling on and off most of the morning (because why wouldn’t it be?).

The end result was a beautifully modern take on a traditional wedding scene. Scroll through to see the work we put in on this one.


Escimo + vendela roses, ivory spray roses, white ranunculus and hydrangea, disbud mums, silver dollar and seeded eucalyptus, variegated pittosporum, Italian ruscus, Queen Anne’s lace, gypsophila, dusty miller, brunia, and blue dynamite eryngium (thistle!).


Photography: Ivey Gibb Photography
Floral Design: Honeycomb Florals
Bouquet and Boutonniere Ribbon: Frou Frou Chic
Venue: Quinney Oaks Plantation
Cake + Desserts: Summer’s Temptations
Bride + Groom: Savanah + Brandon Price
Wedding Gown: Lovely Bride Charleston
Bling: Windsor Fine Jewelers
Groom + Groomsmen’s Clothing: Simon’s Formal Wear Augusta
Hair + Makeup: Bella Faccia LLC
Videography: Lamar Haaley Wedding Films
Invitations: K Creatives
DJ: Amplified Events

Gallery is below, as usual!

Whimsical Floral Accessories Shoot


Spring is here and I thought it would be the perfect time to share these fun photos from our floral wearables shoot earlier this month. I wanted to take a break from the bridal side of styled shoots for this one and focus on some of our smaller pieces that are also great for prom, socials, the bridal party, and the parents.

We were watching the forecast all morning because Augusta looked like it would be dreary and wet for most of the afternoon. Luckily, the drizzle stopped right as we all met at Savannah Rapids to start shooting. The lighting was perfect and I couldn’t have asked for a better team to help me pull this off!

Click through (or sit and watch, it’s on autoplay for the patient people) to see the photos from our springtime photoshoot!


White waxflower, lady ferns, wild radish spray roses, daisy pink chrysanthemums, silver brunia berries, seeded and silver dollar eucalyptus, and olive leaf.


Photography: Rachel Lockman of GOODNESS
Floral Design: Honeycomb Florals
Hair + Makeup: Holly Mae Freeman of Trust & Mane Salon
Models: Holly Mae F., Rachel S.R., Anna F. of Life and Lattes, Selena A., + Christine B.
Extensions: Top Knot Extensions, Bombshell Extensions
Tanning: The Blush and Glow Studio
Cuffs: Jan’s Jewels
Location: Savannah Rapids Pavilion

"Girl's Night Out" Styled Shoot


Oh, what fun this was! It’s always a treat to be involved in collaborations that aren’t strictly wedding-related. A girl’s night out at Marion Hatcher Center? Uhm, yes please, where do I sign up? Ohhh you mean you just want me to do the flowers…? Ok, I’m cool with that, too!

This was such a great collaboration between local businesses, which (I just have to add) all happen to be woman-owned &/or operated. The venue was perfection, models were b-e-a-utiful, organization was top-notch, and the photos are gorgeous! I hope you enjoy viewing the full set-up as much as I enjoyed putting all the blooms in those cute little golden, geometric shapes.

I N G R E D I E N T S:

Leucadendron, seeded eucalyptus, olive leaf, spray roses + roses, carnation, wax flower, dried craspedia + yarrow, and home grown dusty miller

C R E D I T S:

Coordinating + Styling: My Unreal Wedding and Events 
Photography: Vanessa Perkins Photography 
Styling Assistance: Honestly Sweet Gifts 
Venue: Marion Hatcher Center 
Florals: Honeycomb Florals 
Beverages: ABC Bartending Services 
Desserts: Beyond Usual Cakes 
Catering: Mot's Pit Cooked Barbeque & Catering, Inc. 
Dresses: Tiffinie Bleu Bridal Boutique 
Jewelry: Linda's Jewelry Box 
Hair Styling: Holly Mae Freeman
Models: Charlotte Smith, Stephanie Victoria, Vicki Johnson, Samantha Adcox, + Holly Mae Freeman

Check out all the fun photos below!

"Something Blue" Styled Shoot


My-oh-my, I am in love with how this turned out. I mean, you can't really go wrong with a beautiful venue, well-chosen decor, and pretty people, but the way this came together was near perfection. This shoot has also been published on The Southeastern Bride. You can find their feature here.

Not pictured: climbing over fences and horse gates to get to the ideal location on the farm for the dining experience I've only seen in my dreams. Okay, that might have been a little dramatic. I mean, there was some fence hopping... but, anyway. 

I went for a light and airy feel in the florals for this one. Browse through the gallery below to see how it all came together.  

I N G R E D I E N T S:

Silver dollar, seeded, and gunny eucalyptus, plumosa fern, Queen Anne's lace, roses, spray roses, carnation, and garden-grown dusty miller and pittosporum.

C R E D I T S:
Florals: Honeycomb Florals
Styling + Coordination: Riner and Company
Photography: Katherine Beasley Photography
Venue: Pine Knoll Farms
Cake: Hey Honey! Cakery
Invitation Suite: K Creatives
Rentals: Ranco Tents
Dress: House of the Bride
Suit: Simon's Formal Wear
Models: Lauren Massengale + Travis Chain
Hair + Makeup: Jordan Welch
Ring: Jewelry Repair Services of Augusta
Ring Box: The Mrs. Box
Cookies: Pastry Shells
Macarons: Dolce Darlin
Horses: Awesome

Click through this wedding-tradition inspired photoshoot below!

April Showers Photoshoot


Not sure what to do with all of your garden flowers when they start to wilt away for the season? Stick 'em on your face! Pressing flowers can be a great way to keep some color around once the fall foliage fades, and all it takes is some patience and a heavy book or fancier flower press you can make yourself or find online.

This was one of the coolest photoshoots I've been a part of. I spent a few weeks pressing and drying flowers before we met up, and was so happy with the result. Talk about bohemian chic! Any brides want to try this look for their wedding? Bueller... Bueller?

I N G R E D I E N T S:
Pressed daisy, larkspur, hydrangea, snapdragon, rose, and dried statice. Affixed with vaseline, eyelash glue, and elbow grease.

C R E D I T S:
Florals: Honeycomb Florals
Photography: Daniela Brown Photography
Models:  Nadia BaisdenMalaysia Vareen
Assistant: Sunny Hanisee

Check out the gallery below!

Botanical Wedding

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These photos are scattered throughout the site, but there's something special about seeing them all together. We took a buggy and botanical leap to set up the ceremony and reception space to reflect a nature-inspired and down-to-earth theme. 

This wedding has also been published on The Overwhelmed Bride Blog and Aisle Society, but we kept a few photos hidden for ourselves ;).

I N G R E D I E N T S:
Lotus pods, craspedia, scabiosa pods, leather leaf fern, plumosa, seeded eucalyptus, white wax flower, dried zinnias, vintage amber and glass medicine bottles, and bugs of all sorts encased in acrylic (my apologies to those that were grossed out at the dinner tables).

C R E D I T S:
Florals + Decor: Honeycomb Florals
Photography: Dailey Alexandra Photography
Venue: Enterprise Mill Event Center
Hair Styling: Holly Mae Freeman
Coordination: Rachel Keco
Bridal Gown + Groom's Attire: Sparrow Bridal + Bude Vintage
Bridal Accessories: LveDve + Luxe Buffalo

Scroll through to see this botanical southern wedding in its entirety!


"Into the Woods" Styled Shoot


Last month the Honeycomb team trudged into Hitchcock Woods in Aiken, SC for an afternoon of styling with Dailey Alexandra Photography and Baked by Lex. We ran around in the mud (aka horse poop) for about 3 hours while Dailey brought my floral designs to life with her gorgeous photography. Shoutout to Alexis for running around barefoot in that as our model, and to all the equestrians we confused with our 'pop up wedding' in the middle of their trails.

This day was one for the books. Whose idea was it to fashion a real-wood arch, sweetheart table and its fixings, bouquets and arrangements and lug all the supplies about a mile into the woods? Certainly not I........... (sarcasm goes here). I am oh-so-thankful my husband knocked some sense into me and talked me out of carrying our 6-seater pine dining table back there! Although that might have been selfishly motivated on his part.... hmm. Moving on.

I N G R E D I E N T S:
Sahara & spray roses, curly willow, bupleurum, brunia, scabiosa pods, dried yarrow, ruscus, wax flower, and alllll the eucalyptus you can think of (silver dollar, willow, gunny, & seeded eucs) 

C R E D I T S:
Florals & Arbor: Honeycomb Florals (that's us!)
Photography: Dailey Alexandra Photography
Cake & Bride: Baked by Lex
Moral Support: Our dear hubs that helped wherever needed. I'm sure it was just what they wanted to do ;) 

Scroll through to see the vintage-inspired, woodland wedding scene.