Friday, September 21, 2012

Katelyn and Keith's Gorgeous Wine, Fern, and Truffle Wedding!

Katie's flowers were so romantic and warm. We created all the bouquets with Black Bacarra roses, taupe Quicksand roses, white anemones, geranium foliage, and Capuccino ranunculus.

The bridesmaids carried a smaller version of Katelyn's bouquet.

These flowers complimented the fern, truffle, and wine gowns perfectly!

I absolutely love the geranium leaves because they are a fun shape and feel like velvet.

They had one of these beautiful thumb print trees, created by the amazingly talented Rebecca Parker, owner of Wing and Willow! She is one of the sweetest people I know and also a meticulous artist!

LOVE these owls! And loved working with such a great couple! Best Wishes to you both!!

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Carrie and Wesley's Wedding at Running Deer!!!

Carrie and Wes were married this past May at Running Deer Golf Club, one of favorite venues! They went with a red and black theme so we did white and red flowers to accent. They turned out great!

Carrie's bouquet was created with red Colt gerbera daisies, white peonies, white hydrangeas, and white anemones.

Her bouquet was wrapped with an heirloom hankerchief with this intricate stitching as her "Something Blue".

The Maid of Honor carried red anemones, red ranunculus, red peonies, and red Colt gerbera daisies. The bridesmaids carried simple bouquets of only gerberas. So simple but such a bold statement!

We hung mason jars filled with gerbera daisies and hydrangeas from the purgola. We also hung red and white paper lanterns to add a whimsical feel.

LOVE these mason jars! They were hung from our black iron sheppards hooks. This look is so popular and so fun!

I love these!!! Definitely the biggest thing we've done this year!

The happy couple!!!!!!

The colors blend together perfectly for that timeless and classic look!

The centerpieces they chose were so sweet! We added red rose petals and floating candles to the included cylinders at Running Deer. Then we added tiny vases of ranunculus for each couple to take home.

Love how each table had a different photo highlighted by the red number in the corner.

The other half of their centerpieces used small bottles with red gerbera daisies instead of ranunculus.

These are just adorable!

The cake was kept simple and just accented with a few more red Colt gerberas. It turned out sweet (literally)! I had a blast doing this wedding! I loved working with you guys! Congratulations!!

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Looking Back at Nicole's Sunflower Wedding at The Flander's Hotel in Ocean City! One Year Later!

I had so much fun working on this wedding with Nicole. She loved Van Gogh and loved sunflowers, so naturally this was so much fun, since I love Van Gogh (but mostly I'm a Monet freak). I also got to work with the very sweet and talented Roslyn from Blue Eyes Photography! She caught some awesome photos of these fun flowers! The bridesmaids carried solid sunflowers, while the Maid of Honor carried these pretty yellow freesia blooms to compliment the sunflowers. We finished it with navy ribbon, an ivory satin criss cross, and bright yellow pins.

Nicole carried a bouquet of white mini callas with a gorgeous collar of bright yellow freesias.

She made such a gorgeous bride, and she was so happy with her flowers!

So fun!
The ceremony took place in The Garden Ballroom at The Flander's Hotel in Ocean City. We visit here pretty frequently, and we love working there! Any wedding near the beach is like a day off for me!

We created two tall vases filled with curly willow, sunflowers, ruscus, and yellow oncidium orchids. Amber votives created warmth and we did a long aisle of bright gold rose petals.

I really love how happy it turned out!

These gold petals really created a nice presence. So much more dramatic than ivory or white.
Van Gogh's "Starry Night" was her inspiration for the theme.

The centerpieces were created with sunflowers, viking mums, hydrangeas, curly willow, and oncidium orchids.

The cake also had fresh flowers.

It was so much fun working with Nicole and we wish her all the happiness in the world as she approaches her ONE YEAR anniversary! Congratulations!

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Sneak Peek at Diane and Les' Wedding at East Point Light House!

Diane's wedding was awesome and full of so many details! I can't wait to post her reception! Her bouquet shows just a hint of all of the fun elements we used! Her bouquet was designed with succulents, bleached peacock feathers, Coffee Break roses, green cymbidium orchids, curly willow loops, and ivory spray roses. We hung a pretty cross pendant for some added interest.

I love the boots and the dresses! Such a fun and different approach! Diane truly made this wedding her own little piece of country bay side heaven! More awesome photos by Chichura Photography to follow!

Anne Marie and Tim's Fuschia and Mocha Wedding at Lucien's Manor!

I think everyone who knows me, knows that I'm a color fanatic. Bright bold colors trigger something in me and make me happy. Anne Marie's wedding flowers completely got me in a giddy mood. Look at them! How could these hues not make you smile? I used loads of spring blooms from Holland like cerise anemones, hot pink 2-tone parrot tulips, gloriosa lilies, Explorer gerbera daisies, hot pink ranunculus, bright pink roses, and a pop of lime hypericum berries.

These bouquets are absolutely stunning in front of these taupe dresses!

I absolutely love the blooming branches during spring. These white dogwood trees made such a gorgeous backdrop! All of these photos are done by the very talented Perfect Day Photography!

The ceremony took place at Sacred Heart Church in Mt. Holly, and the altar was completely covered in gorgeous potted hydrangeas and Easter lilies. I love how the churches look during Easter!

Such gorgeous colors and how funny that they go with the wedding too!

Tim wore a white cymbidium orchid.

The reception took place at Lucien's Manor in Berlin, NJ. Anne Marie's centerpieces were so much fun! I used hot pink metallic wire and looped it inside a clear cylinder. I attached three gloriosa lilies and submerged them with hot pink broken glass chucks and also a hot pink LED light. Floating candles and hot pink rose petals finished the look and it turned out so cool!

The Versailles Ballroom looked so romantic!

The cake was adorned with loads of Dutch hydrangeas to accent her cherry blossom designed cake!