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A Rustic Spring Wedding


I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: This wedding was so fun to work on! I met Holly and Jamie over a year prior to their wedding date at My Unreal Wedding Expo in 2018, and soon after we sat down to talk over their wedding vision in its entirety. They worked so hard to make their wedding unique and personal.

They had handmade lanterns stained to match their wedding entrance and arbor, honey from the groom’s father’s bees as wedding favors, and a plethora of goodies they collected and customized in the months leading up to the big day. It was an honor to help bring Holly’s vision to life with flowers, foliage, and other accents like the feathers and cotton you’ll see throughout.


Vendela roses, ivory spray roses, white hydrangea, sword and leather leaf ferns, silver dollar eucalyptus, myrtle, pittosporum, pom daisies, scabiosa pods, gypsophelia/babies breath, pheasant, duck, and turkey feathers, antlers, a skull, cotton stems, burlap, and twine.


Photography: Dailey Alexandra Photography
Floral Design: Honeycomb Florals
Venue: The Ashton Cole Place
Cake + Desserts: Hey Honey! Cakery
Bride + Groom: Holly + James Byrd
Wedding Gown: Tiffinie Bleu Bridal Boutique
Groom + Groomsmen’s clothing: Simon’s Formalwear
Hair + Makeup: Kristyn Tucker Smith
Invitations: The Art Studio Collective
DJ: Amplified Events

Their heartfelt gallery is below! Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

Peachy-keen Winter Wedding

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This beautiful couple kicked of my 2019 wedding season and I couldn’t be happier with how everything turned out. Rachel was a dream to work with and I loved all of her ideas for her color palette and decor. We were even able to add accents from both her and her husband’s grandmothers onto the stem of her bouquet. I LOVE adding personal touches like that on wedding day!

Scroll through to see a selection of the minimal, clean, and classic wedding flowers, captured so beautifully by Michelle Huffman.


White peonies, elegance peach, orange, and white ranunculus, vendela roses, blushing majolika and white spray roses, silver dollar eucalyptus, salal leaf, olive branches, gypsophila/babies breath and Italian ruscus.


Photography: Michelle Huffman Photography
Second Shooter: Birdie Lane & Co.
Floral Design: Honeycomb Florals
Ceremony: St. Mary’s on the Hill Catholic Church
Reception: The Marriott Augusta
Bridal Gown: New York Bride and Groom
Groom’s Attire: Simon’s Formalwear
Bridesmaids Dresses: David’s Bridal
H+MUA: Cameron McCormack, Vogue Hair Salon
Cake Artist: Summer’s Temptations
Stationary: Bailey Avrett
Invitations: Elegant Wedding Invites
DJ: Amplified Events

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!


Springtime Bridal Portraits

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A few weeks ago I was asked to design a bridal bouquet and boutonnière for a styled photo shoot at Savannah Rapids, in Augusta, GA. Little did I know, I would be working with a real couple! 

These two lovebirds absolutely worked it, and I'm overjoyed I was able to participate as they recreated their wedding day. I might be biased, but I think there's something so special about couples that can renew their commitment weeks, months, or years after the fact. It was colder down at the river than any of us expected, but you definitely can't tell from looking at these! *insert fire emoji here*

I N G R E D I E N T S:
Ohara & spray roses, anemones, wax flower, gunny eucalyptus, bear grass, and dusty miller & snapdragons from my garden. I loveee adding in home-grown elements!

C R E D I T S: 
Florals: Honeycomb Florals (that's me!)
Photography & Coordination: Juliana Payne Photography
Bride's Attire: House of the Bride
Groom's Attire: Simon's Formal Wear
Hair/Makeup: Camry Powell
Bling (AKA ring): Windsor Fine Jewelers
Boutonnière Backing: Flowerstay

Check out the gallery below!

Why Honeycomb?

I get it, there can be hundreds of options that come up as you look for a wedding florist. I've listed below (I love lists) a handful of ways Honeycomb Florals helps take the stress out of this part of your wedding. Without further ado- Why Honeycomb?

  • The Experience. You will receive a one-on-one consultation, a personalized proposal with floral vision “recipes” to see how your ingredients might look together, contact throughout the process, fresh designs and products, with clear and fair prices.
  • The Creativity. No matter our level of DIY, we have all scrolled through Pinterest looking at wedding ideas. You found something you want to execute, but don’t know where to start? Great! You didn’t find anything, but have ‘this one idea…’? Even better. I have a unique, nontraditional approach to design, and love attempting to create something new with flowers and greenery. 
  • The Details. I am a recovering perfectionist, but that won’t stop me from executing your vision with an unsurpassed attention to detail. I only book 2-3 weddings per month so that I can give your event the care it deserves. 
  • The Attention. I am available to my clients and respond promptly to questions, concerns, ideas, maybe you need to vent, maybe you have changes to your order, etc. Call me, Beep me, If you wanna reach me (Kim Possible, anyone?!).
  • The Value. Floral design is my passion, but weddings are not a way to show off my work. My designs are there to accent you, not the other way around.  

Contact us with any questions, or to set up your (free) consultation!