There were four cardboard boxes filled with sixteen smaller individual boxes of petals. The boxes were heavy and PACKED with petals!!
Monday, October 26, 2009
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Here are some snapshots a wedding we did back on August 1st and blogged about earlier. This wedding had an outdoor reception at the bride's house with very summer-y colors.
The bridal bouquet was a garden-y mix of ivory roses, white mini callas, yellow freesia, purple filler, buplerum, and white cattaleya orchids.
The aisle was decorated with two different kinds of flowers arrangements--these flower clusters.....
All the flowers at the church were taken to the bride's home, where the reception was held, to be used again.
Monday, October 19, 2009
We often have clients who have containers or vases that they would like to use for their receptions. Here is an example of just that. This bride had her reception at Moulin and gave us her own amber glassware to use for the centerpieces. These are the snapshots that we took of the set-up.
We also took shots of the ceremony flowers and bouquets. Pink and purple were the main colors of the day.
Thursday, October 15, 2009
Latashia and Terrance were married on Labor Day weekend. Their ceremony was on the Logan College campus and their reception was at Lumen. (See the previous blog about our BIG Lumen set-up to see the decor!) All of the wedding party wore white and had white flowers. The following are shots by our very own, Chelsea.
Latashia carried a bouquet of all white calla lilies with crystal accents.
The bridesmaids carried these white mixes of roses, hydrangea, spray roses, and crystal accents.
Cute, cute, cute!!
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Monday, October 12, 2009
This was a unique set-up that we did Labor Day weekend at Lumen. This reception had a winter-y theme with our metal trees, white branches, and hanging votives and crystals. Chelsea, our in-house photographer, took these shots of the reception set-up that day.
The room had an unusual layout. The guests and wedding party sat at one U-shaped table the circled the room.
Our WONDERFUL staff of four "Sisters" set-up nine- 6 foot trees, hanging votives, crystals, branches, and all!
Monday, October 5, 2009
Here is another example of using yellow flowers for a bright, summer-y wedding. These shots were taken by our very own "Sister", Chelsea, at a wedding just a few weeks ago. The wedding was at Central Reform Congregation and the reception was at Ninth Street Abbey. Take a look!!
Vases filled with yellow flowers were placed at the base of the four posts.
The bridesmaids carried yellow roses with white waxflower filler.