Stuck on trying to find something different for the guys flowers? You don’t have to do the same old same, old rose bout. Try dahlia buds, succulents, wheat, english lavender or babies breath. Also, wrapping the stems in twine or ribbon provides a different look, giving it that finishing touch.
What makes a bridal bouquet different from the rest? Its in the details. We try to make every bouquet special to each individual bride. The small ties, embellishments and accents are what make it perfect, over the top and everything you ever wanted!
We feel that the 2014 wedding color that seems to be the most popular is purple! One out of 4 of our brides have a shade of purple, lavender or fuchsia/sangria purple. This bridal bouquet was mostly ivory roses, mini calla lilies and orchids with a hint of purple lisanthus, lavender roses and picasso mini calla lilies. The bride requested a hint of color, this was the answer 🙂
We cant say thank you enough to our brides saying “Thank you!” They say pictures are worth 1000 words, we feel that they are worth even more. We pride ourselves in having a 100% perfection rate with our brides. We work very hard to make sure their flowers are everything they dreamed of and more!
Heres a glimpse of the beautiful bouquets we created for the Dayton Convention Center bridal show Aug 11, 2013. A beautiful bouquet of mixed light pink, peach and coral ranuculas. 80 stems to be exact!! All bound by satin ribbon. Something different, a hand tied bouquet of Amnesia roses, white veronica, light blue delphinum, silver brunia berries and dusty miller wrapped in sage green satin. Classic! A hand tied bouquet of ivory hydrangeas, yellow garden roses, white wax flower, ivory spray roses, white stock and all collared in magnolia leaves. Show Stopper! A bridal bouquet of black magic roses, red piano garden roses and burgundy large cymbidium orchids all bound by charcoal satin. Perfect for summer! Bridal bouquet of cornflower blue hydrangeas, succulents, green mini hydrangeas, mixed zinnias, green large cymbidium orchids, hot pink gomphrena all wrapped in hot pink satin. Your perfect wildflower garden. This bridal bouquet was filled with english lavender, light blue tweedia, seedem, rosemary, lavender limonium, green privit berry and many other specialty greens adorned with a navy wrap and bow. Classic and soft! Filled with light pink garden roses, lavender spray roses, peach stock, lavender freesia and lavender lisanthus. Blushing bride! This beautiful bouquet was filled with white dahlias, white hypericum berries, white cymbidium orchids, light pink nerine lilies, white mini calla lilies all with a base of white hydrangeas. Fall to come! A hand tied bouquet of orange spray roses, red mini calla lilies, scabosia pods, rose hips, ornamental cabbage, and yes- those are sunflowers without their yellow petals! Hot pink garden rose bouquet with grey dusty miller wrapped in silver satin. Stunning! Rich fall golds and oranges. A mixture of parrot tulips, ranuculas, celosia, protea, orchids and berries all wrapped in gold satin.
We had such a great weekend at the Aug 11, 2013 Dayton Convention Center bridal show. It was held from Sunday from 11-4. Here are a few sneek peeks of the centerpieces we designed for this event. You can never go wrong with a simple centerpiece of mason jars filled with babies breath, dried wheat or lavender and tweedia. We have this cluster of vases (50 sets to be exact) available to our brides to borrow (for free) from us when we do their wedding flowers! Yes, borrow! If you use us for your wedding flowers, we let you borrow all of your glassware! Its a break it you bought it policy 🙂 Big beautiful centerpiece we made for Prime Time Party rental. It was our 24 inch pilsner vase filled with bubbles and topped with a large arrangement of popcorn hydrangeas, roses, spray roses, garden roses, calcinia and stock. We love the pink sparkler linen! So dramatic!! We met with a bride for next November 2014 and this is what we decided to do for her wedding, she couldn’t really envision it so we made it for her to see at the show! It is our 30 inch square vase topped with raspberry hydrangeas, pin-cushin protea, burgundy cymbidium orchids, orange/yellow parrot tulips, black magic roses, gloriosa lilies and golden orange makara orchids! Cant your just imagine, these at the Dayton Art Institute! Just beautiful!
A beautiful hand tied bouquet of hot pink garden roses, hot pink ranuculus, hot pink spray roses and dusty miller. The bouquet was wrapped in a rhinestone wrap with black satin ribbon underneath. Thank you to Ron Schuller Photography for these amazing images!!
This amazing wedding took place at the Manor House in Mason Ohio. The ceremony was located in their Carriage house and the reception was held on site as well. The couple had such an elegant wedding. The pictures show it all! Thank you to Estes Images for the beautiful pictures. Check them out for beautiful photography for your wedding!