Friday, July 30, 2010
One of Sam's attandants approached us after the ceremony and secretly whispered "I really should have come to see you guys for my wedding, if I had only known." What a wonderful compliment, so Thanks!
Her centerpieces were untraditional in shape and vibrant in color. We used oblong rectangles with grass accents in the vase. The vibrant colors against the black diamond pattern table cloth was the perfect contrast to really show them off. She was such a pleasure to work with and we sincerely wish her the best of luck and hope to see her again!
Sunday, July 25, 2010
We used 3 different styles of arrangements throughout the Emerald Ballroom at The Woodlands Resort and Conference Center. The first was a tall arrangement with a mixture of the flowers used throughout the wedding in fuchsia and purple tones. The second was a low cube arrangement with a pave'd effect for a colorful clustered impact in the center of the table, and the third was a trio of vases with submerged snapdragons and floating candles. It's always nice to have a variety of light sources to create a more intimate mood, and the floating candles definitely adds to the romantic ambiance.
Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Her centerpiece designs consisted of half low and half tall arrangements with a wildflower fill including blue hydrangea, stargazer lilies, daisies, blue delphinium and yellow roses. Her decor consisted of some sea side accents and fun country toe tapping tunes.
Thursday, July 15, 2010
Saturday, July 10, 2010
Who said you can't have flowers for every major event? Even if we were told no, I'm not sure any of us would listen! We LOVE to party and no party is complete without floral decor. It sets the perfect mood and creates an overall ambiance better than any other element of your decor. With this classic Red black and white color scheme I'm sure it will be a party that is remembered for years to come! We created some beautiful fragrant centerpieces for this Sweet 16 party! If your going to party, you might as well do it right, right? Alternating styles of centerpieces created more impact throughout the room. The star of the night even had her very own star studded bouquet.
Monday, July 5, 2010
We always love hearing from our brides after the wedding. Especially when the event was so memoriable. Often times we find ourselves falling in love with a color pallet or design scheme. This was one of those events, and to my surprise I opened my inbox this morning to find this sweet note:
"Thanks again for your beautiful work. I absolutely LOVED all the flowers!"