Saturday, June 19, 2010

Shelly's Wedding at Running Deer June 19, 2010

Shelly's wedding today was a BLAST! We did all purple and orange and used flowers and lots of satin ribbon to add color and a whimsical feel. There was also a film crew there working on a commercial that will air during Monday Night Football this fall! My flowers may be on TV!

Bright orange dahlias adorned the chairs and we used long purple double face satin ribbons.

We wired on purple orchids to the ribbons to add more color and interest!

We put clementines in some cylinders and lemons in the others with dark purple stock at the top.
I wrapped votive cups with thin purple satin and did a criss cross wrap with a single orange Milva rose. A bunch of these were on the sweetheart table! More pics to follow! Met her fabulous photographer who I am also working with this October! So excited! Congratulations to the new couple, I had a great time working with you!

Oranges and Corals are HUGE right now!

I know purple is pushed as one of the top colors this year, but now that orange is making a big comeback, coral is the perfect compliment! I have had a lot of coral weddings in the past, and it feels as if these colors are timeless favorites! The vase above was dropped off at one of our bride's homes for the dining room table to match the wedding colors. Bright tangerine anthurium, Free Spirit and Movie Star roses, gerberas, cockscomb, and ranunculus are softened with lots of white sweet peas. I added some jasmine vine for a southern touch.

Rehearsal Dinners!

This was an insane week! In addition to the 3 weddings and 2 funerals we had this week, we also did a rehearsal dinner for a 4th bride on Thursday night. We headed to Winfield's, located in Millville's Art District, which is a chic and modern restaurant with great food and cool decor! These centerpieces were fun bright flowers in glass cylinders. I used a tropical calithea leaf in each vase and designed the arrangements using gerbera daisies, roses, lady's mantle, Mimi Eden spray roses, silver brunia, and hypericum berries. The groom's mother Kim was ecstatic when she saw them!