Sarah and Josh's Late Summer Wedding

Wheels 2 Fields was honored to create the flowers for Sarah and Josh's late summer wedding last year. While a la carte wedding arrangements are our bread and butter, we enjoy designing and implementing a handful of full-service weddings each year. Even though countless weddings were rescheduled in 2020, we were so happy Sarah and Josh were able to celebrate theirs. The couple had warm, windy, weather for the rooftop ceremony at the beautiful Jefferson Underground Venue.

We worked with Sarah and her Mother in Law for almost a year to establish their vision for the bridal shower, the rehearsal dinner, and the wedding. They visited the farm and walked the fields multiple times while we finalized the palette. Speaking of palette, that is how we design the flowers and foliage for a wedding. Growing 80-100% of the flowers used in our wedding arrangements provides us with the freshest, seasonal blooms. To minimize the stress of planning and focus on the celebration of their love we help the couple select a palette of floral colors and mood board from which we design the arrangements. We don't guarantee specific floral types but our best and freshest flowers in the bride's selected colors and style.

We were thrilled with the arrangements but don't just take our word for it, here is what Sarah had to say "I got married in September of this year and worked with Kristy on my wedding flowers. They turned out absolutely gorgeous! And, Kristy was priced so much better than a lot of the larger floral shops in St. Louis. She nailed the exact colors that I wanted and even invited me out to her farm to review a "mood board" of sorts and tour her flower fields. She was a pleasure to work with and I'd recommend her to any bride-to-be!"

Thank you for choosing Wheels 2 Fields, Sarah and Josh! We wish you a lifetime of happiness!

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WEDDING CREDITS: Venue: Jefferson Underground, | Photography: Laura Miller, |

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