Stinson Beach Wedding

This was a wedding that looked fabulous with the overcast weather. I made floral terrariums and it just worked well with the romantic, misty beach vibe.

The wedding motif was very much inspired by nature, I worked with seasonal flowers & foliage and used as much recycled materials as possible (A little background on the bride, she a Naturopathic Doctor in Berkeley, how cool is that!). She wanted fresh herbs and natural burlap incorporated into the floral design.

Rose, larkspur, rosemary and scabiosa pods for the groom's boutonniere

Spray roses, chrysanthemums, hydrangea and larkspur

The lovely bride!

Recycled tin cans adorned the pews

Congratulations and best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Kunishi! It was an exquisite and well-planned wedding that truly reflected their personality as a couple.


  1. oh what a simple yet very witty wedding desings =) Thanks for the comments Anna, I'm your new follower now. Wow gumagawa ka pla ng mga headpiece, did you make the one on your profile photo? I like it..Have a great weekend!

  2. Wow, did you arranged those bouquets?

  3. Yes, I make headpieces and arrange flowers! I like to complicate my life with extra hobbies aside from the never ending chores ;D

  4. You are so cool Anna! Your ideas are amazing. Same here, we will never stop learning, don't we? I like to learn lots of crafts too. But good for you coz you are taking credit classes. I see you got a very classic and elegant taste. I like that. Me, I'm shabby as a magpie.

    Good luck po!

  5. another WOW from me Ms. Anna! =D You're such a talented woman! Love how you pulled-off the herbs and flowers combi! truly amazing! =)

  6. love this Pat! :) and love the combination+mix... with herbs! that's awesome!! ;)