Sunday, March 21, 2010

Heather's Wedding in Pittsgrove and Scotland Run Golf Club on March 20, 2010

Heather's card table flowers were in a tall glass vase filled with "ice" and blue lights to give the look of cold icy water for her winter wedding theme. The 70 degree day didn't quite go with the theme, but I don't think anyone seemed to care. A touch of spring makes everyone happy!

All the centerpieces also had the blue lights so there was a hue of the blue glow, once the lights were dimmed and the sun went down. The main flowers used were blue hydrangeas, blue delphinium, white stock, and white roses.

I LOVE LOVE LOVE this natural arbor. I originally did this look in 2005 for my sister-in-law's wedding, and so many people have requested it since. I love it because it makes such a great entrance piece for the biggest moment of the ceremony, the bride's walk down the aisle! My head designer Danielle made these pieces and she added some orchids and also some FABULOUS pussy willow branches from a friend of my mom-in-laws, who lost her bush in the bad weather. Thanks Pam!

Heather's bouquet was a cascade of solid white mini callas, probably about 80 something of them, and a hint of light blue delphinium to break up the white. The professionals are coming! Compliments of good friend and great photographer Gale Caulford (856.765.9505). She did my wedding in 2004 and I love her work!

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