Video Time!

On occasion, I like to google Crossed Keys Inn videos to see if anything new pops up. Well today I was lucky enough to stumble upon a couple of oldies but goodies. Take a look and get the full Crossed Keys experience while watching some of our favorite weddings in action!   (  Vicky + Lenny @ The Crossed Keys Inn from Your Cinematic Wedding Studio onVimeo.  )   (  Sarah + Cliff – Sounds of Music Entertainment – Preview from Sounds of Music Entertainment on Vimeo.  )... read more

Bright POPS of Color!

Neutrals might be in this year, but color makes a statement all it’s own…   We absolutely LOVE a wedding full of color. Bright colors radiate warmth and happiness and who wouldn’t want everyone to feel that on their special day?! We love this combination of the softer peach and mint shades mixed with the gorgeous bright pops of orange and pink. What do you think? See our Facebook page for more designs from our favorite florists Event Designs by... read more

September 23, 2012: Iwona and Dan

Here are some fantastic photos from Iwona and Dan’s wedding! Photography by Kelly Kollar                           Flowers provided by Event Designs by Katherine!  And a great job and huge thanks to Kelly Kollar for these amazing... read more

2013 Wedding Trend Colors

Every year, Pantone reveals it’s color of the year prediction. Last year the choice was Tangerine Tango, a reddish-orange shade. This year, Pantone has chosen Emerald. Unfortunately, I’m going to have to disagree with you Pantone! The color of the year for me is navy. Not only do I have several brides who has chosen navy bridesmaids dress and decor details, but I love this color for all things wedding. It works for beach weddings, country weddings, and everything in between. Navy is dramatic and elegant and makes even a simple affair feel upscale without being stuffy. {Navy works with most greens such as emerald as well!} My absolute favorite thing about navy is how you can subtly use it in floral work with much lighter colors such as ivory or peach, or with a mixture of light and dark like the combinations below.   Which leads me to my next point: burgundy. This color in the floral world is rich and deep while still having the bright beauty of a jewel tone. In my opinion, burgundy is the new blush. If you think these dark colors are only for fall and winter weddings, think again. By adding just touches of these dark colors to springy, light flowers, you create a romantic look or a more wildflower feel. We even saw this trend begin late last year and incorporated it into an October bouquet: So keep these dark colors in the back of your mind when planning your floral and decor, from navy place cards to navy paper lanterns, this color can easily be incorporated into your special day... read more

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