Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Elegant wedding

This wedding is in the colors of white, green, and dark purple. Another take on fall colors, the dresses were a beautiful milk chocolate color. The bride's bouquet was cymbidium orchids, jade roses, dark purple calla lillies and green dendrobium orchids.

The bridemaids' were jade roses, antique green hydrangea, and purple and green mums, wrapped with rafia.

The boutoinerres and corsages were made of the same flowers of the girls.

Big vases of made of some of the same flowers as the girls plus some other muted fall colors stood over the bridal table on a mantle at the reception.
The cake was decorated with the orchids from the bride's bouquet

Tuesday, October 6, 2009


Bright wedding

This was a summer wedding, with the girls' dresses being a wonderful shade of pink. The bride wanted bright bold colors, so we went with dark pink spray roses, blue Iris, sunflowers, orange gerbera daisies, bright pink asters, and green kermit mums. This is a wonderful summer mix of flowers, and can be done in any array of flowers.

June wedding

This was the wedding of a friend of the family. It will always hold a special place in my heart, especialy since she wore my veil! The bride's bouquet was all purple roses. For the bridesmaids, she wanted purple, white and green. The girls carried hydrangea, mini purple roses, purple roses, wax flower and purple lisianthus. A simple vase with two hydrangea was on the sign in table, and the corsages and boutoinerres were made of the same flowers from the girls' bouquets.

Outdoor ideas

This wedding took place in September at the home of the groom's parents. The arch is covered in gerbera daisies and rose petals line the walkway. With the leaves that are already on the ground, this makes a beautiful fall ceremony idea.

The back of the bride and grooms chairs were decorated with a gerbera daisy band, which later doubled as wreaths for the bride's dogs to wear around their necks. The centerpieces were simple brandy snifters with a single gerbera daisy, a different color for each table.