Photographs by naturalaspects.com
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Photographs by naturalaspects.com
Sunday, November 23, 2008
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Have a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving!
from Emily and the Staff at Sisters Flowers
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
(Notice the cute pink wreaths on the aisle. They were used to mark the family pews.)
The whole, happy wedding party.
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
This Chuppah had a little bit of everything. The draping flowers across the top and on the legs showed splashes of color against the custom orange fabric.
This look was romantic with the fabric-draped Chuppah and ivy trailing down the sides.
The structure has a footprint of about 6ft. x 7ft., so it's the perfect size for all ceremonies.
This Chuppah design was another variation of using the topper white using flower garlands to brighten up the exposed legs.
Our canopy has also been used and decorated for Indian ceremonies.
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Photos by Denash Photography.
Lisa's bouquet was a mix of several different types and textures of red flowers that included mini callas, orchids, roses, and hypericum berries.
The bridesmaids carried bouquets of all red mini callas with looped lily grass accents.
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Shelly, Christa, Beth, and Kirsten taking a quick second to pose while setting up a wedding.
Including Emily and David (not pictured here--lucky them!), this was our main crew for most of this year. We had some great times, some laughable times, and some not-so-laughable times, but we made this wedding season a success for Sisters! Thank you to all the ladies (and David) for being cheerful, smiling faces to work with who never left an event until the church was decorated, the buckets of flowers were carried in, and the last vase was filled. We appreciate you so much!!
All of these photos were taken by a friend of the bride and groom, Michael Hersh.
Then, the American Ceremony....
Brightly colored bouquets of fall colored flowers helped usher in this ceremony's fall theme.
The lovely bride.
All of the bouquets were a mix of the fall circus roses, orange orchids, burgundy coxcomb, and berries. The bridal bouquet had an accent of ivory ranunculus to give hers a little more of a distinctive look.
Last, but not least, the party!!
Guest tables were decorated with high and low centerpieces of all the wedding flowers and curly willow. (Check out the previous blog for more shots of the centerpieces!!)
Fantastic fall on the cake!!
All our best to the happy couple!!
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
Photos by David Tsai.
These 6ft. tall trees were the perfect fall touch on half of the guest tables. Our trees had curly willow branches up the center trunk and were draped in crystals and handing votives. The 3 sectioned wreath at the base was filled with fall hydrangea, circus roses, and variegated greenery.
The very tall ceilings in the ballroom allowed the trees to stretch up and make a statement in the room. The amber washed walls (done by Exclusive Events) really warmed up the room as well, making a large space for a lot of guests seem more intimate.
The tables opposite the trees got these full, lush, low bowls with the same circus roses and hydrangea as the wreaths.
Another interesting use of our trees at this wedding was that there were clusters of guest tables mixed in with single tables. This is a new trend in a lot of wedding books and magazines and it really worked well to use our large trees at the cluster tables, and the smaller bowl arrangements at the single tables.
(This is a snapshot that Emily took with her camera.) The cost of the tree rental and tree flowers was made more affordable because the tables had approximately 18 people at each cluster.
More great shots of this wedding to come!! In the meantime, we wish Dominie and Brandon all the happiness that life can bring!!