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Written By: Erik Hale
Photography By: Nancy Villere of Crush Photo Studios
Styling By: Rooted in Love Weddings

Roger’s Gardens in Orange County has been a fixture in making local family memories for generations. This seven-acre Corona Del Mar nursery (which is the single busiest nursery in the Western United States) has become a coveted destination for holiday decorating inspiration during the Christmas, Halloween or Easter seasons, showcasing live indoor arrangements in its Garden rooms, or touring the 5, 000-square-foot gallery for must-have collectibles, patio furniture and pottery. LOCALE offered the talented team at Roger’s Gardens a challenge: use the unique products that are only available at Roger’s Gardens to design a fantasy rehearsal dinner setting. Anything is possible when you team up with professionals with decades of experience in designing enchanting landscapes.

Locale Magazine: What types of flowers did you use? 

Rogers Gardens: Hydrangea, roses, tulips, scabiosa, lisianthus and succulents

LM: What elements did you use in the garden?

RG: We were inspired by amethyst, crystal and shades of purple. Classic garden style in the cement tables, weathered columns and statuary mixed with modern accents of crystal votives, smoked glass and handcrafted dinnerware.

LM: Who was involved?

RG: Cynthia McElwee-Willock, Emily McKibben, Chad Quickel, Tony Chavez, Gustavo Hernandez, Eric Cortina

LM: What services does your floral studio offer?

RG: We are a full service floral studio specializing in weddings and event décor, as well as arrangements to celebrate special occasions or to decorate your home. Roger’s Gardens Floral Studio creates fresh, natural and beautiful flower arrangements for weddings and other special events, from an intimate family gathering to a grand gala. Our custom garden-inspired designs provide beauty and enjoyment for all occasions, leaving you with a memory to last a lifetime.

2301 San Joaquin Hills Rd
Corona del Mar, California, 92625
949.640.5800
800.647.2356
www.rogersgardens.com