Monday, December 30, 2013

When Anemones Are a Bride's Favorite....

Amanda's favorite flower and must-have for her bouquet was white anemones with black centers.  We happen to love the look of these blooms, but as with any natural product, we can't always guarantee that we can get them.  It is our mission to make sure that the bride always gets what she wants for her bouquet, so we do everything we can to make it happen.  Amanda got her wish and we could not be happier to have made it come true! (Photos by Salvatore Cincotta.)

The anemones were front and center in Amanda's bouquet.


The best part of the delivery to the ceremony was that the groom, Steven, saw the anemones and said, "This will make Amanda so happy!"  What a sweetheart!  Best wishes to Amanda and Steven!

Monday, December 23, 2013

Making a Statement at Your Event

So many creative options are available now to help you make a splash at your event.  Here is an example of a client who always puts a priority on having a big "wow" factor.  These pictures are from RGA's annual holiday party, a company and event we are lucky enough to design flowers for every year.  RGA always wants emphasis on an entry table, or what they like to call the "WOW Table."  This year, they opted for a snowflake ice sculpture with flowers to help bring in some color.  The party linens and decor was mostly silver and pale blues, but we suggested they do their "WOW Table" in all red, a way to draw everyone's attention to the piece and to use their company logo color at the event.  This was the end result:

Imagine the guests at this party walking in and seeing this statement piece!

We used submerged vases of flowers with lots of levels of candle light to warm up the look of the entry table.

The ice sculpture was also up-lit in red.

Floating blooms and a bed of rose petals were also part of the details of the table.

Special thanks to Christine and Lisa at RGA for always hearing our ideas and running with them!  You are a pleasure to work with and we look forward to helping you with your events in the future!

Monday, December 16, 2013

Vibrant Fall Tones at Moulin

Ellen and Sundeep had a colorful, downtown wedding and reception at Moulin this past October.   White-Klump Photography shot these wonderful images of their day.

Ellen's bouquet was a textured mix of fall shades and blooms including celosia, dahlias, mums, roses, and looped greenery.

Tall bittersweet branches decorated the reception room at Moulin.

Bi-colored roses with accents of curly willow were placed on the guest tables opposite of the bittersweet.

Best wishes to a fabulous couple!

Monday, December 9, 2013

Chandler Hill Wedding

Congratualtions to Leslie and Chris who celebrate their marriage with a ceremony and reception at Chandler Hill Vineyards.  Take a look at these breathtaking shots by KeithLee Studios.

Thanks to Kate and Company for coordinating this beautiful event!  We feel fortunate to have been a part of the newlyweds' special day!

Monday, December 2, 2013

Cool Shades at St. Luke the Evangelist and Renaissance Grand, Crystal Ballroom

This loving couple tied the knot in May.  They wanted cool shades of lavenders and blues to complete the look of their day.  Take a look at their story in images by Salvatore Cincotta.

Alisa carried an all rose bouquet using garden, standard, and spray roses.

Her maids carried a mix of cool blue hydrangea and very pale lavender roses and spray roses.

Alisa ready to walk down the aisle!

These lush spheres of wedding flowers were used at the altar for the ceremony.  Keep any eye out for them at the reception!

Dan waits for his bride.

Newly married Dan and Alisa ready to start their celebration at the Renaissance Grand!

Place card table in the Crystal Ballroom.

The white hydrangeas appeared at the ceremony first as aisle decorations.

First look at the whole Crystal Ballroom.

Three different centerpieces were created for the guest tables.

A collection of vases with submerged blooms and floating candles filled some of the tables.

A low, lush, mixed arrangement of wedding blooms filled other guest tables.

These full, flower spheres topped clear cylinder vases for a tall statement in the reception room.

Our very best to the Bride and Groom!