Melissa and Patrick were married on 7-4-09 in St. Charles. Melissa loved the idea of having coral and yellow flowers at her wedding. Here are some snapshots of the day that we took while delivering the flowers.
The bridal bouquet was a combination of coral roses with rhinestone accents and bright yellow freesia around the outside.
Anything this beautiful bride carried would have been gorgeous!! She loved the yellow and coral!
Here are some shots of the decorations we did inside St. Cletus Church in St. Charles. We tied small clusters of yellow and coral gerbers to the pews to line the aisle.
We also brought altar vases in the wedding flowers and colors, as well as a unity piece with candles.
Stay tuned for Part 2 of this blog with some of the professional shots from Melissa and Patrick's big day--taken by Clary Pfeiffer.
Meryl and Scott were married in June at the Grand Basin. They had a beautiful day for a wedding. Take a look at these shots from Benton Park Photography.
The wedding colors were blue and white. Meryl's attendant carried a bouquet of all white and blue hydrangea.
Meryl carried a bouquet of all white peonies with a rhinestone accent.
For the ceremony, we filled our two large urns with all white flowers to frame the couple and the scenery in the park.
The reception was held at the Chase Park Plaza in the Zodiac Room.
All of the tables had a tall silver stand filled with white dendrobium orchids.
The white flowers and silver containers complimented the white and silver of the linens and the blues in the Zodiac Room. As always, the staff at the Chase was very helpful and a real pleasure to work with! (We actually had two weddings at the Chase this same day--this one upstairs and another in the downstairs ballroom!)
Thanks to the Scott and Meryl. It was fun working with you and we wish you all the best for your future together!
For all you brides out there who are looking ahead to your winter weddings, here are two winter flowers that are available to you in your season and together in no other season. This bouquet has amaryllis and tulips- two very elegant and winter-y flowers that we LOVE together. Take a look........
Emily was our bride from this past January. She wanted a very simple, elegant look for her flowers. We suggested these two types of blooms to also give her flowers a seasonal feel without being too overdone.
The amaryllis have a very large bloom and come in white, red, or burgundy. They are available from approximately November through mid-March. Mixed with the tulips or standing alone, they are an awesome flower that most people don't think to use in their wedding, which makes them unique!