Wondering which headpiece to don on derby day? Take a cue from these hat-clad ladies.
Everyone loves a spring party! And what better theme to plan around in early May than the Kentucky Derby? You don’t have to be in Louisville to get into the Derby spirit.
For many, it’s just not spring without a fresh bouquet of fragrant bulbs or a vivid arrangement of bright flora. To celebrate the season, local florists show us their take on spring floral designs.
Outdoor room: Limestone flower basket statuary, available at Ken Meisner’s Flowers.
Outdoor room: Cosmos/hydrangea/dogwood wreath, available at Ken Meisner’s Flowers.
When Carolyn Grove of C. V. Grove Interiors looks at a project, she sees potential that few interior designers have the gift to see. She recently was asked by a longtime client to 'freshen up' the home that she had done for them 15 years ago.
Ken Miesner’s Flowers has been at Plaza Frontenac from the very start, catering to some of St. Louis’ finest families, many of whom live nearby in Ladue, Clayton and Frontenac.
Opening a business is never easy. Then, the money, sweat equity and the stress of trying to establish a profitable endeavor is enough to discourage anyone from keeping their doors open. That’s why we are celebrating the history and secrets to success of several local companies who have reached milestone anniversaries in 2011.
From an elegant wedding in the woods to a gathering filled with humorous contradictions and eccentricities, St. Louis knows how to party. We asked local caterers and florists to dish about the most outrageous or unique celebration they have helped orchestrate.
The new year is the perfect time to celebrate a new beginning, which is just what Corey Stranghoener and Brian Reuwee planned when they set the date for their Jan. 2, 2010 wedding. Having gone to school in Maine, Corey says she loves the snow and was excited to have a wedding with the theme ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside.’
Once Matt Gross decided he was going to marry Tracy Goldberg, there were only four things standing in his way: Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee and Georgia.