Saturday, February 19, 2011

Running Deer Bridal Show on February 13, 2011

We had a BLAST at the recent bridal show at Running Deer Golf Club on 2/13/11. It was a great show at a great venue! Absolutely the nicest in Salem County and the best in Pittsgrove Township BY FAR! Heather and Tara are great to work with as well! My wedding reception was at Running Deer in 2004 and we have been setting up weddings here since before that! It was an insane weekend for us being this show fell on Valentine's Day Eve, but we were able to create some fun and natural pieces that reflected the season. Spring is in the air and we loaded the table with fresh arrangements that caught everyone's eye! If time allowed, I would have done way more. Regardless, it was a wonderful, electric show, and we met loads of new brides, and also caught up with a few former ones too! These fabulous photos are courtesy of Tami Melissa Photography, who is based out of Barrington, NJ and is simply AMAZING! We have worked together for about a year after her business was formed, and her business is booming! She is booking super fast so call her if you like what you see!

The table screamed spring!

This bouquet was so vivid, it was blinding. Hot pink gerberas, fuschia phalenopsis orchids, yellow and orange roses, hot pink hyacinths, green trick, and a thick diamond crystal bracelet at the base of the cobalt satin ribbon covering the stems.

Simple and springy. Daffodils in their pure beauty with a crystal dragonfly. I love aqua and yellow!

White hydrangeas, champagne Sahara roses, and ivory gerberas in a cube wrapped with champagne satin and a pretty antique brooch. I am crazy for anything Shabby Chic and sparkly!

I LOVE blooming branches and these quince branches opened just in time, that I had to use them. I love using botanicals in their raw state, so why embellish a good thing? Ok, maybe embellish slightly, I added tiny Swarovski crystals to this arrangement designed with Dew Drop gerberas, Mimi Eden spray roses, Sahara roses, daffodils, and hot pink ranunculus.