Monday, August 29, 2011

Reception at the Hyatt, St. Loius Arch

This all pink reception was held just a few weekends ago. We used our silver stands with large sprays of pink alternated with short, lush arrangements with cube satellites of orchids.


Thursday, August 25, 2011

Picture Perfect Texture

This bouquet is a favorite of the designers here at Sisters. It has so many soft, textural elements. Each one gives interest and draws your eye in without being too busy or overwhelming. This look was achieved by our design team and their knowledge of the bride's overall look and style for the day.

This is a design that is unique and will not have been seen often by your guests or wedding party. We think it is simply divine!


Monday, August 22, 2011

Soft and Vintage

These wedding designs were very classic and understated but so feminine and light. The bridal bouquet was all white peonies with no other competing elements.

The reception decor was very neutral but vintage and elegant. Three different types of designs were used throughout the room--each with it's own candle element.

Design A:

Design B:

Design C:


Thursday, August 18, 2011

Coral and Pink

Coral and pink are two complimentary colors that we have been seeing more and more of lately. This bridal bouquet shows shades of light pink and coral blended together with lots of lush texture.

The bridesmaids' bouquets were all white with a coral ribbon accent for the stem wrap.

This is a fun color scheme to think about incorporating for your event.


Monday, August 15, 2011

Canopy/Chuppah at Graham Chapel

These are some quick photos we took recently of our canopy set up at Graham Chapel. This shows the cedar structure exposed with curly willow branches and flowers on the legs and front top.

The groom's Jewish heritage was honored with the incorporation of a family talis.


Friday, August 12, 2011

Centerpieces at the Four Seasons

These are just a few snapshots of the centerpieces we did for an event at the Four Seasons. There were three different designs and three different color schemes. Take a look:

The Green Table:

This tall black candelabra was topped with an all green arrangement. Three orchid satellites surrounded the base. These candelabras are a Sisters rental.

The Magenta Table:

Three vases of one type of flower each in all magenta filled this table. The black glassware and matching linens pulled all the tablescapes together.

The Blue Table:

This design had five black vases filled with single types of blue flowers. Each table design was spread out throughout the room.

Special thanks to Lacy Branch Events for a cool design and awesome event.


Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Such a Sweet Family

The Bowman's are the nicest people you could ever meet. We were elated to do the flowers for their daughter Betsy's wedding in May. The Bowman's are connected to Sisters through more than just wedding flowers. Mrs. Bowman is an educator at Westminster Christian Academy where two of the Sisters staff, David and Jennifer, attended school. The bond between Betsy and her mom was so touching.

Betsy's bouquet was a lush mix of peonies, sterling roses, lavender stock and limonium filler.

Warmest wishes to the newlyweds!


Friday, August 5, 2011

Lilac and Sweet Pea in Summer!

No doubt the weather everywhere this year has been bizarre. The temperatures certainly affect the growing seasons of flowers in all parts of the world. The crazy weather has had some benefits, though. For example, a strange twist of fate made spring-time flowers available in June this year for one of our brides who really wanted sweet pea and lilacs. Second choice flowers were selected of course, but we ordered the spring blooms hoping for the best. When we found out that we could get them, we were so delighted! Here are some of our Sisters snapshots of the bouquets.

The lavender sweet pea is what really makes this bouquet unique.

The bridal bouquet was lush and gorgeous with it's purple lilac accents. So soft and feminine.

Sisters Flowers own Jennifer was so happy to take our bride the bouquet of her dreams. What a happy flower coincidence!

Monday, August 1, 2011

Shades of Purple for Graham Chapel

Stephanie and Bruce had a May wedding at Graham Chapel. Stephanie chose purple for all of the bouquets. Purple is becoming such a popular color and we especially like working with all of it's shades. Take a look at these creative shots from Artistic Soup.

The bridal bouquet was a mix of hydrangea, roses, stock and white pearled stephanotis.

The bridesmaids' flowers reflected the shades of purple in Stephanie's bouquet with an added pop of deep pink.

Such a sweet couple. Best wishes to you!