Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Meredith & Daciano Real Wedding

The colors of the wedding were inspired by the ocean. Our bride chose sapphire blue color for her bridesmaid's gowns.

The flowers for the bridal bouquet included white hydrangea, blush garden roses, blue thistle, mini calla lilies, miniature garden roses, babies breath, dusty miller and trailing ivy.

Due to the hot weather and humidity in  July here in The Woodlands, the bride chose to have her ceremony indoors. The beautiful fireplace in the new ballroom at The Palmer Woodlands Country Club, was decorated to serve as the backdrop for the ceremony. Her father had built a trellis to fit inside the fireplace and we filled it with a variety of greenery. The mantle had greenery, bridal flowers and candles along it's length. Flanking each side of the fireplace were large flower arrangements placed on top of white columns and a shepherd hook with 2 hanging lanterns.
The head table was decorated with a garland of lemon leaf, with vases along length of table for the bride and bridesmaid's bouquets and the addition of floating candle light.
Photography by Jonathan Ivy Photography

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Berry Beautiful!

Beautiful berry colored fall wedding ceremony at the Chapel in the Woods. The bride wanted to incorporate fresh lavender in all the bouquets and boutonnieres. Her bouquet in shades of lavender, purple, masala and blue includes roses, stock, orchids, dahlias, delphinium and fresh lavender. 
Groom's boutonniere has lavender miniature garden roses, fresh lavender sprigs and seeded eucalyptus

 The mood was changed up at the Reception to classic all white linens and flowers. All the centerpieces were in tall silver candelabras with hydrangea, roses, stock and orchids

Small orchid accent was placed in the napkin for a very special touch!

Our thanks go out to Joey T Photography for the gorgeous photos!

Sunday, April 5, 2015

Spring Wedding at Bentwater Yacht Club

Beautiful wedding at the lovely Bentwater Yacht Club in early spring. Rain showers did not dampen spirits, but did move the planned outdoor ceremony indoors. Thank you Akil Bennett Photography for sharing these wonderful photos.

The bride, Jocelyn, chose a soft palette of blush and ivory for her flowers. Her bouquet comprised of white O'Hara garden roses, hydrangea, tulips, anemonies, ranunculas and dusty miller.

 The ceremony arch was decorated with roses, hydrangea and lilies

 The rain held off long enough for some outdoor shots on the shores of Lake Conroe

 Wow, isn't that a yummy looking cake?
 The table centerpieces for the reception were of three different styles, a grouping of three multilevel cylinders, a tall arrangement and a mercury glass bowl filled with roses

Monday, August 18, 2014

Feasting Table with Hydrangea Table Runner

The bride and groom both wanted "wow" so we created this stunning cascade along their feasting table for the effect. The guests tables were decked in two complimentary styles : full & low and full & tall with matching hydrangea, roses, lisianthus and succulents. Wowzer !

Friday, August 15, 2014

Pretty in Pink

Pinks and ivory were the chosen flowers for this wedding. The Ceremony took place at The Woodlands United Methodist Church in the main sanctuary. The brides bouquet was hydrangea with ivory roses accented with rhinestones. The bridesmaids carried a bouquet of white hydrangea and pink roses. On the altar we had two ornate columns topped with a pave of white blooms. On the pews we had beautiful white hydrangea puffs.
The reception followed at the Woodlands Waterway Marriott where the walls had been draped with pink up-lights for a very ambient evening. The table centerpieces were hydrangea, roses and alstromeria with cylinders accented with pewter grey ribbon and the couples initials. The card table had a beautiful arrangement of white orchid sprays

Sunday, August 10, 2014

It's All in the Details!

 This was a fun wedding to be a part of. The bride and her mom took a lot of time adding unique touches to the wedding setting like the sign leading to the ceremony "Today two families become one - we ask that you please pick a seat not a side" All the boutonnieres were made inside a shotgun shell, which was to be a surprise for the groom, a serious hunter. The bride's in Tiffany blue carried a bouquet of colorful roses while the bride carried a bouquet of all white Tibet roses with rhinestones in the center. Ceremony flowers were of blue hydrangea, white roses, lilies accented with babies breath with a lush line of rose petals to lead the way down the aisle.

Inside, the reception area was filled with lots of little details from the collage of pictures with the sign "The hunt is over 06.21.14" to the entry table sign with "We love instagram please tag your photos". Undoubtedly a day to remember, making all the extra effort worth while.

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Succulent Trend

We've been seeing a growing trend in the use of succulents in wedding flowers in the last year or so. Succulents are a wonderful addition to a bouquet, giving great color and texture. Succulents come in a variety of colors, shapes and sizes. 

We'd like to thank our friend Elissa at for the above photos. This bride wanted a variety of different succulents used in her wedding and as you can see they were in both the bride and bridesmaid's bouquets and also featured in the table centerpieces. The table centerpieces were created terrarium style in a variety of vases provided by the bride. The whole effect is very lush and textural. 

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Blue Orchids

The blue dendrobiums have been fairly popular in recent years and add the blue/teal exotic color to weddings that a lot of bride's are looking for. They are not natural, but dyed at the farm and will not stain your gown - a fear of many brides! This bouquet has hydrangea, roses, calla lilies and blue dendrobiums.

Blue dendrobiums were interspersed in hydrangea for aisle flowers, they added an accent to the wedding cake and were swirled inside a bubble bowl for the table centerpiece. 
For this wedding the blue dendrobiums were floated in cylinders and we also hung them from the ceiling which added a lot of movement over the dance floor.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Table Scapes

 Table scapes have become very popular for head tables or King's table. The table scape involves multiple elements and heights along the length of the table. This table scape has multiple height candle sticks, some with candles and some with florals. On the table we had a variety of greenery including ivy, ruskus and sprengerii with votives and succulents, creating a lot of interest and textures.
 This table scape for a round table has soft shades of white, yellow and green blooms in milk glass vases at different heights.
 We created this table scape in a variety of mercury glass vases and votives in soft shades of white, yellow and grey and a selection of spring flowers.
 This head table scape has long & low arrangements interspersed with votives and multi level candle holders with floating candles.
A King's table with multi level floral arrangements created on candles sticks with soft pink & ivory blooms

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Vintage Romantic

 Love the soft cream and blush shades used in these vintage romantic style weddings. For this bride's bouquet we used blush garden roses, creamy ranunculas, anemonies, dusty miller and silver brunia. The wedding took place at Olde Dobbin Station. We decorated the aisle with babies breath pommanders and the table centerpieces had blush garden roses, anemonies, hydrangea, babies breath and dusty miller.

We have a table scape here for the huge King's table for an intimate wedding reception at The Club at Carlton Woods. Soft pinks and ivories were chosen to fill the various candle holders and vases provided by the bride.