Sunday, February 24, 2013

Mint and Pink: Jennifer and John's Sweet Summer Wedding!

Jennifer's wedding flowers were super romantic and soft. She did a palate of champagne, blush, pink, and ivory. She primarily had roses, lisianthus, champagne Cafe Au Lait dahlias, and ranunculus. Another great part of her wedding was working with Laura from LuRey Photography! I've worked with her many times and she is AMAZING! LOVE LOVE LOVE these photos! Check them out!

The flower girl had a sweet flower wand with all spray roses. We used white and pale pink spray roses that were accented with the clear crystals. I absolutely love making these!

I love when brides add special details to their bouquets. Jennifer added this cute 4 leaf clover charm to her bouquet and another one on John's bout.

Jennifer also added a charm to make sure her brother was with her during her special day.

These flowers were gorgeous. We used champagne Sahara roses, cream Vendela roses, pink Faith roses, peach Juliet garden roses, white ranunculus, pink lisianthus, and champagne Cafe Au Lait dahlias!

The guys wore champagne Sahara roses and John wore white ranunculus blooms.

I LOVE this ranunculus bout!

LOVE these flowers against the green dresses!

The flower girl wore an adorable halo with pink lisianthus and white spray roses.

LOVE how this halo and flower wand turned out!

The ceremony took place at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Maple Shade.

I had so much fun working with this couple! I love when the puppies are in the wedding! So happy you were thrilled with everything!


Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Lake Inspired Wedding: Jordan's Moss and Driftwood Wedding at Brigalia's

Jordan's wedding at Brigalia's was so awesome! She had the coolest theme, a lake side duck theme. So we used all things you would find by a lake or pond, moss, ferns, mallard duck feathers, and driftwood! I loved this wedding! I have to say, one of the things I like most about my job is getting to show off the final product. An engaged couple was touring the ballroom while I was walking across the room with an 8 foot piece of driftwood and they looked at me like I had 2 heads. I told them to come back to see it finished because it would be awesome, and it was!

The flower girls had these adorable halos of green antique hydrangeas, seeded eucalyptis, silver brunia, and green trick.

These bouquets were gorgeous!

Jordan's mom had this beautiful wrist corsage of green trick, hydrangeas, and scabiosa pods.

The boutounnieres were so fun! I used white lisianthus, green trick, scabiosa pods, black feathers and fresh moss.

Jordan's bridesmaid's flowers were so full of texture. I used antique hydrangeas, succulents, chocolate cosmos, queen anne's lace, fern, seeded eucalyptis, lisianthus, buplerum, fiddle heads, and brunia.

Jordan's bouquet had a cascade style with loads of textures and all green and white flowers, with a pop of brown chocolate cosmos.

I love these cosmos!

The feather had this brilliant teal blue shimmer to them when the light hit them, just like a mallard duck's feathers.

There are no words, succulents are so beautiful!

The ceremony and reception took place at Brigalia's in Sicklerville, NJ. She had tall reeds for the ceremony and we added some white football mums floating in the fountains outside.

The cake was super simple but the bouquets looked gorgeous around it!

Her centerpieces were so cool!

We used fresh moss, football mums, mason jars filled with green sand and tealights, mixed feathers, and driftwood. This is one of those infamous 8 foot pieces.

It looked amazing, and everyone was so impressed!

Jordan and her husband live in Hawaii where her husband is stationed in the Navy, so each table was named after famous US Navy warships.

I love how she tied the two themes together.

Jordan's gorgeous bouquet!

She was so thrilled! It was great working with you guys and I wish you all the best!