Please enjoy these details of a bridal and bridesmaid bouquet from a wedding I did earlier this month. Hopefully more pictures from the wedding, including corsages, boutonnieres, and reception to follow!
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Thank you, Alyssa, for getting married …and for choosing excellent wedding colors! Continue reading
Lisa is beautiful, tasteful, hospitable, and organized to the last detail – the idea client! I am so excited to have had the opportunity to work with her. She had seen one of my narrow table arrangements last year and decided it was the perfect fit for her family Easter dinner – beautiful and functional.
You’ve probably seen many all white bridal bouquets – simple, elegant, and traditional. (And, in this case, not the look we were going for.) We added a few orange flowers, some peach to light purple berries and pods, and a few herbs, and the bouquet was transformed into something a little more natural and garden fresh looking. The delicate textures add variety, while the soft, small leafed greens compliment the feminine flowers and buds. Continue reading
a. a usually subterranean and often globular bud having fleshy leaves emergent at the top and a stem reduced to a flat disk, rooting from the underside, as in the onion and lily.
b. a plant growing from such a bud Continue reading
Wreaths are unbelievably versatile. Traditionally they dress doors and windows – the occasional gate or trellis, if you’re lucky enough to have those around your yard. But – for those of us with small houses and yards, or indoor weddings surrounded by glass doors – we need not feel left out! Wreaths are fabulous centerpieces. They are useful because they are so low – they can be enjoyed without being in the way. Or, of you like, you can place a vase in the center and have two levels of flowers. Also, because of their low profile and shape, they are a lovely touch to a buffet – to surround a dessert stand, or any other pedestal, really, or with a candle in the center for a little more atmosphere.
Sometimes floral arrangements don’t need many flowers.
I must admit, though I call myself a “floral designer”, or tell people that I “work with flowers” that is a bit misleading. I really should tell people I work with… nature. Or things that are alive. Or beautiful things. Continue reading