What a beautiful mixture of reds, light blues and white flowers: Dahlias, Anemonies, Ranuculas, Scabosia pods, Queen annes Lace, Delphinium, Lisianthus and roses. The bride wore two red dahlias in her beautiful long hair instead of a veil or headpiece. Of course, thank you Jenny Haas Photography for the beautiful images!
Needing a different idea for your bridesmaids? This bride of ours provided a rustic lantern that we decorated with fresh coral peonies, english lavender, dusty miller, ranunculus and orchids. A neat little twist to a wedding at dusk.
Dear Cady, I just wanted to thank you for making our wedding so beautiful! I thought all of the flowers were absolutely GORGEOUS! Every arrangement was so much prettier than I imagined it could be! And almost equally as meaningful was how easy you made it for us to make all the decisions. My daughter loved you from the start, and you really understood what she was saying and made the whole process so easy. I appreciate you answering my multiple questions and your willingness to work with our budget. We honestly loved very single aspect of the flowers. Thank you so much
Dear Cady, I want to thank you for the incredibly beautiful flowers for my daughters wedding. Both the church and the reception were incredible. I am so glad you were able to accommodate our mock up session, so we could make our changes. I can’t tell you how many complements I received. The day after the wedding, the banquet captain and event planner told me that the hotel hosts 62 weddings per year, and that this ballroom was so beautiful that all the staff came in to take pictures. The event planner said she could even smell the flowers when she walked in the room. We spent almost 18 months planning this wedding, and it was wonderful to be in the church with the pews and altar decorated and all the girls with their beautiful bouquets walking down the aisle and see our vision become a reality. Then, to walk into the ballroom and see that your flowers had pulled everything together into a beautiful, elegant ballroom for all to enjoy really made my heart skip a beat. We were very pleased with most of our vendors, but you certainly top the list. Thank you again for your beautiful and creative work!!!
Babies breath has become such a popular choice for brides wanting to achieve the rustic look. With cost savings and hardiness, babies breath is a top choice for the bride on a budget. We took the bouquet a little further. This bridesmaids bouquet is full of big bloom babies breath and mixed with white wax flower. It is bound by burlap ribbon and pearl pins; a great finishing touch to any outdoor rustic wedding theme.
Our spring booth last month at the Marriott Bridal Show. We took our 8 foot by 8 foot birch archway and covered it in 350 yards of coral, blush, champagne and ivory double face satin ribbon. The booth was full of 24 beautiful bouquets, 8 centerpieces, 2-8 foot tall cherry blossom trees and multiple bud vases, boutonnieres and corsages. It looked and smelled like spring (even though it was still winter outside). 🙂
What a beautiful array of colors and flowers!! This amazing bridal bouquet was full of: burgundy dahlias, mixed color succulents, scabosia pods, billy balls, orange celosia, fern fronds, seeded euc pods, hyperium and green ball dianthus.
This beautiful small cascading bridal bouquet consists of many different flowers. The types and colors of the flowers mixed together give it texture and vibrance. It was arranged with mini calla lilies, orchids, ranunculus, lisanthus, stock, anemones, roses, italian ruscus greenery and freesias. The shades of purples, sangrias and fuchsia pinks all fall into the 2014 Pantone color of the year: Radiant Orchid.
What a beautiful tall centerpiece this was. The vase was a 30inch square vase filled with thin birch logs. The arrangement consisted of light blue hydrangeas, ivory roses, creme de la creme light yellow roses, ivory spray roses, blue thistle, green mini hydrangeas and white stock. A bride that makes classic flower choices like these will never look back at her flowers and think “why did I follow that trend?”