Here at Park Home Ranch Venue, we can’t get enough of the beautiful contrast of our rustic wooden barn, and the pop of color and delicacy florals provide. It truly is a dream!
Your wedding flowers will be a big decision for your special day. Do you want flowers on your wedding arch, lining the aisle, or table centerpieces? Do you prefer big bouquets or maybe something simpler? Whatever your preference, our wonderful preferred vendors are here to bring your vision to life!
Keep reading to learn more about our local vendors and their advice on floral arrangements for your Park Home Ranch Wedding!
Leah’s Perfect Rose
Owned by Leah Sadabseng, Leah’s Perfect Rose has been bringing beautiful flowers to Gardnerville since 2015. She is living the florist’s dream and is obsessed with making all bride’s dreams come true for their big day.
Leah encourages couples to find a florist excited to take on their ideas and allow the florist to use their creative touches. She promises giving a florist creative freedom allows a gorgeous outcome.
When it comes to Leah’s Perfect Rose, Leah wants to know what you’ve always dreamed of for your wedding day.
She never overbooks herself during the wedding season, so she can give you the time and creative focus your wedding deserves.
Her favorite part about being a wedding florist?
“I get to design the Bride’s bouquet, a piece that will forever be on your walls and in your wedding photo albums,” Leah said. “I don’t take that lightly and thoroughly enjoy creating a unique piece for every bride.”
Website: https://leahsperfectrose.com/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rockin’ Bar C Designs
Charmi Mitchell is a born and raised Nevada girl who grew up in Smith Valley raising livestock. She fell in love with floral design after teaching Floriculture Design as an Agriculture Educator and FFA Advisor. She took a leap of faith, starting her own floral business so she could do her own wedding flowers. Now, she’s done florals for many other special occasions and weddings.
Charmi encourages couples to be open-minded about substitutions. Sometimes flowers are out of season depending on when your wedding is taking place, or a bad crop season can occur. Substitutions also allow flexibility in your budget, so trust your florist if they encounter these occurrences.
She says her floral style has a western look and feel, beautifully complementing our wooden barn and ranch landscape. However, she is always wanting to try new colors and designs.
A fun fact about Charmi - her grandfather was the ranch manager when Park Home Ranch Venue belonged to the Dangberg Ranch, so she and her husband were the first couple to wed at our venue! Her family history with the venue and her love for western life and design makes her an excellent vendor for your Park Home Ranch wedding!