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These pieces were for Rodon Foods' Christmas party. Metallic red vases filled with white mums, green cymbidium orchids, red Freedom roses, berries and winter greens. We threw in a couple clear and red bulbs as well.
Amy's wedding day florals. Colors were burnt orange, black and cream. This one was a tricky one. Had to make sure that the color scheme in the flowers didnt come out as 'halloweenish'. Accomplished!
When we showed up at The Woods that afternoon, Amy was literally beaming with excitment. She was the Happiest bride i have ever seen. Now the groom on the other hand looked scared out of his mind. So cute!
Previews of pics from the Blanke/Archer wedding. Let me start off by saying that Courtney and her mom Robin were SO wonderful to work with! It makes my job so much easier when I click with my clients. Courtney knew just what she wanted, traditional and romantic. We used pale yellows, creams, champagnes and blush accents to set the tone.
Bouquet was very traditional with various types of roses, classic mini callas and a few strands of lily grass. Wrapped in luxurious champagne satin ribbon.
Small glass cubes filled with hydrangea, lily grass and shades of pale yellow and cream roses were used placed in the chapel windows and after the ceremony doubled as the table centerpieces. Great way to save some $$$ Isle cones adorned the pews with the perfect shade of pale yellow. Cakes was done in-house at the Salt Lake County Club. What a beautiful place! Staff was helpful and great to work with.
i only got this picture of the giant alter piece. It was used at the ceremony with its twin and then was relocated and used for the buffet decor. Casablanca Lillie's, curly willow, yellow freesia and rucus leaves.
This weekend hosted to the Almond wedding. Jenna was a delight to work with. Kicked back and fun. Colors were bright and vibrant. Bright pinks, orange and lime greens were the palate for the perfect end of summer wedding.
We used pink and orange tulips, pink nerines, pink and orange coxcomb (love this stuff), hypericum berries, super greens and lets not forget the hot pink sweet pea.
Jenna's dad used to called her 'sweet pea' when she was young, so we thought it all too perfect to incorporated hot pink sweet pea in the mix.
How cute is that! I love when a bride incorporates something sentimental into her bouquet. It just makes it that much more special!
The bouquets were my fav! Black monkey tail, double tulips, green baby hydrangea, white lisianthus and an extra flair of black feathers.
Mothers corsage's were black bracelets with a yellow cymbidium orchid. Simple but has a great impact.
Grooms boutonniere was yellow orchid, black monkey tail and black feathers. Bridal party was one of the best dressed group I've seen. Both bridesmaids and groomsmen all in completely black, leaving a dark palate for pops of color with flowers.
Brides bouquet was my all time FAV! The contrast was mind blowing! With lush whites and textured yellows, next to chic black accents of black.
Isn't she a beauty!!! Flown in from California, my perfect little pet. OK most of you are probably thinking I'm crazy right about now, but I promise you I'm only half insane.
There are so many great pictures from Mikele's wedding that i am going to be posting them in separate posts. First post is the sign in table and table decor. My fav of all favs..........Manzanita Branches. Black branches set in a bed of lush flowers. Yellow roses, super greens, pin cushion protea, reindeer moss, white carnations and mini hydrangea; just to name a few. All adorned with some clear crystals draping from the branches.
Next are the tables. Black candle holders adorned with spheres of hydrangea, roses and spray roses. I had a part in every aspect of this event. From the food right down to the table runners.