As a professional florist, we see all the details that bride and grooms choose to make their wedding day special. One of our favorites are home made signs. Its that extra touch that makes you feel warm and fuzzy; when you read it as your walking into the reception or ceremony. Here are three pictures we took when we felt inspired 🙂
This beautiful bridal party started their pictures in front of the Dayton Art Institute. The ceremony was in the Italian Cloister and the reception was in the Gothic Room. The bride carried a bouquet of natural dark blue hydrangeas, dyed blue dendrobium orchids, blue thistle and blue delphinium; all wrapped in ivory lace fabric. The bridesmaids held a bouquet of white hydrangeas, white roses, green hypericum berries and green kermit mums collared in variegated pitt greenery. Awesome boutonniere of white dendrobium orchids, blue thistle and dark blue delphinium wrapped in ivory satin ribbon. Tall centerpiece of white babies breath, queen annes lace and blue thistle; all on a clear glass pilsner vase. Low centerpiece of white hydrangeas, babies breath, blue thistle all hand tied in a cylinder vase. Thank you to Sarah Babcock Studio for the beautiful pictures!
The bride carried an amazing bouquet of garden roses, parrot tulips, glorisa lilies, billy balls, freesia, ranunculus, calla lilies, veronica and scabosia pods all wrapped in antique gold ribbon. Thank you Henry Photography!
How could this wedding have been more beautiful? I am not sure. From the bride, to her bridal party; the groom and his men; and her amazing horse!! This little wedding took place on Wright State Universities new Chapel and the reception was at the Barry Room at the Nutter Center. The flowers in the bouquets were a spring assortment of peonies, anemonies, english lavender, lisanthus, garden roses, succulents, hydrangeas, hyacinths, freesias, dusty millers and astilbees. SO BEAUTIFUL! Thank you to Jem Photography for the AMAZING pictures!
Thank you to Annette Ferraro Photography for these beautiful images from our May 31 wedding at Incarnation Church and Top of the Market in Dayton, Ohio. The bride and groom were blissfully happy! The brides bouquet was an amazing cluster of blush/ivory garden roses, porcelin spray roses, ivory freesias, ivory hydrangeas, ivory astilbee, white ranunculus and blush pink peonies. The ribbon that held the bouquet together was from the mother of the brides veil and the charm that adorned the front was from her father that is no longer with us. The little details like these are what set every wedding apart.
Beautiful wedding this last Saturday, June 8. The bride and groom were amazing! Thank you to Christina Jane Photography, Kathy Piech-Lukas of Your Dream Day Wedding Planning and The Manor House. The bride carried a bouquet of Vendela ivory roses and blue Phalenopsis orchids. STUNNING!
We love when brides get involved in their wedding themes and decor. This bride spent a lot of time on small details; and it showed throughout the entire event. These centerpieces were great, she had three different kinds of containers on each table; milk glass, a mason jar and a tin wrapped in burlap and twine. The bride collected different china patterns so that each person could have their own place setting of antique china. Great little mason jar that we tied to the benches at Polan Farms. We loved this sign, “Two families becoming one, pick a seat not a side.”