Sunday, October 30, 2011


Are you ready for all Hallows Eve? We sure are, and so are our spectacularly spooky arrangements for some eerie events! Throwing a Halloween party?
Make sure you give us a call and we can make sure your Witches night out is wonderfully wicked!

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

I Do...

... is a phrase that many happy couples are uttering this month! The Woodlands Resort and Conference Center has a beautiful deck overlooking the golf course and a lake with a fountain that has it's own gazebo tucked away among the tall pine trees. This spot is a true favorite for brides. With it's beautiful scenery you can easily see why.
This couple, with their white and purple color scheme chose to stretch tulle across the front of the gazebo to create a softer frame for the bridal party; while keeping the linens at their reception dark to allow the beautiful white arrangements to stand in brilliant contrast, catching their guests attention.

The second featured couple kept the gazebo simple with our timeless curtains that softly move with the wind. This is truly a romantic setting for such a sacred occasion, and with beautiful white and green floral tie backs it created the perfect photo backdrop.
Their reception was held in The Glass. With dark linens and a mix of tall and low centerpieces their guests couldn't help but stop to admire the room as they entered.

Our third featured couple for Forest Deck weddings this week chose a classic red, black and white color scheme. They used our beautiful curtains with red floral ties backs, curly willow branches across the top of the gazebo to create line and movement, a beautiful white aisle runner lined with red rose petals and simple white hydrangea with black and cranberry ribbon bows.
For the reception they again alternated tall and low centerpieces, which really gives added height and color to the ballrooms, creating a more intimate setting for you and your guests to enjoy, and party all night long!

There are so many more ways to use and decorate this beautiful gazebo. If you are planning your wedding at The Woodlands Resort and Conference Center, give us a call and we can help make your dreams a reality!

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Raveneaux Country Club

A beautiful weekend with perfect weather for a beautiful bride.

The ceremony was held at Grace Presbyterian Church in The Woodlands. And the all white color scheme was perfect for the dark interior of the chapel. There is something so fresh and beautiful about a classic and simple all white color scheme. For the pew decorations we used our wroght iron shepherd hooks with white pomanders spread out along the aisle; while the altar had our matching candelabras with coordinating flower swags.
Her bouquet was a fragrant mix of cabbage roses, fressia, standard roses, and ranunculus.
The reception was held at the Raveneaux Country Club in Spring. It was a beautiful venue with tall glass windows that let in natural light, and high ceilings. We used 2 different styles of arrangements for their centerpieces to create visual interest and depth throughout the ballroom. The tall arrangements were made with gladiolas, mixed greens and curly willow. While the short arrangements were made in a low cube with an underwater light and pillowed white hydrangea on top. It always amazes me how such a classic color pallet can make such a big impact.

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Bold Colors with Great Contrast

The Woodlands Resort and Conference Center has a wide array of beautiful ballrooms. The ceremony pictured above is in The Glass, looking out over the water. With the bold color combination of the flowers the room was really transformed into the perfect setting for her ceremony, then flipped and used for the reception later that night.
The Emerald ballroom is also one of my favorites with it's tall glass windows that overlook the golf course, and it's larger capacity the natural light really high lights the beautiful centerpieces. This fun mix of gladiolas, orchids and carnations with the contrasting black feathers, black linens and white chair covers gave the room and very classic color pallet with a contemporary flare.

Monday, October 10, 2011

Retirement Party at John Cooper

The folks over at The John Cooper School know how to throw a party! Especially when they get the art department involved in the planning.
These beautiful centerpieces were a fun mix of textures and colors, emphasizing line and structure.
It's always fun to use non floral accents to create different textures. In these arrangements we used a mixture of veronica, miniature calla lilies, miniature garden roses, tulips, oncidium orchids, hydrangea, dendrobium orchids, artichokes, pears and apples with soft dusty miller and lily grass as greenery.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Baby Blues

We always love visiting new venues, or places we haven't been to in a while. This beautiful wedding and reception was held at Heather's Glen in Conroe Texas.
The contrast against the rich wood floors with the soft baby blue and ivory color scheme really dressed up the chapel and drew your attention to the altar area.
Do you have special touches you want included in your flowers? We can add crystals into your bouquet, attach a grandmothers broach, a special locket or in this case use the same material from the bridesmaids dresses for the stem wrap. We will make sure that your flowers reflect your personality and have special touches that make everything as unique as you are.

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Entry Table Elegance

The Club at Carlton Woods is never lacking in it's decor. Especially with their new weekly addition of a beautiful arrangement on their entry table at the Nicklaus clubhouse.
Each week the design changes, along with colors and types of flowers. We try to keep it interesting by creating multiple pieces and going super contemporary or doing the opposite and staying traditional with high impact colors. It's always a pleasure to make something beautiful for the entry. Want one? Why not! Give us a call and let us make a spectacular arrangement or table scape for your next event.