Ocean City NJ Wedding Florist: A day at the shore...

It has been a few weeks since our last post, but we have been busy behind the scenes! Dawn and I (this is Mary!!) are enjoying our "off season", and taking the time to reflect back on some of our favorite weddings of 2009. We talked about this wedding a little bit before, but I thought you might appreciate some of the new pictures we received from Tina. Isn't she GREAT?!?! Of course I am biased, since she is one of my best tokens from my PSU years...but seriously, her work is inspiring. Nancy's wedding was held in October at the Ocean City Yacht Club. We adored the nautical themed wedding, sporting cheerful red and yellow flowers. Nancy's all white bouquet was jaw dropping, ifIdosaysomyself. Her centerpieces were what I call romantically modern. What would you call it? Anyway, without further ado....

Bridal bouquet featuring lisianthus, anemone, ranunculus and beaded bear grass.

Bridal bouquet featuring lisianthus, anemone, ranunculus and beaded bear grass.

Bridesmaid bouquet of red roses, yellow calla lilies, red dahlias, hypericum berries and bear grass.  The colors really popped!

Bridesmaid bouquet of red roses, yellow calla lilies, red dahlias, hypericum berries and bear grass. The colors really popped!

Half of the tables were done with these candle holders.  Bear grass was looped inside to add some interest and red rose petals were sprinkled on the table.  The candle holders are a rental and a great way to keep your centerpiece price reasonable.

The other half of the tables featured this coordinating pedestal with red spray roses, yellow spray roses, bear grass, and croton leaves.  They definately were eye catching, and coordinated perfectly with the theme.

Had to include this picture!  Aren't those red bridesmaid dresses adorable!

One last shot of the happy couple, isn't Nancy gorgeous!

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