Wedding season seems to have officially arrived...and Mary and I are loving every minute of it. Our coolers are FULL of gerber daisies, tulips, calla lilies, cherry branches, and so much more. Opening the boxes every week and checking out all the flowers while we process them just never seems to get old for us....especially this time of year when it seems like there are so many amazing flowers blooming. We have to try and hold ourselves back when it comes time to order, or we run out of space in the coolers! Mom picked up some awesome locally grown product for us...viburnum, tulips, and allium...that we can't wait to use for Mother's Day. We will be offering delivery on Sunday, so place your order ONLINE today! Also don't forget that it is prom season and we are taking prom orders now. You can check out our prom page HERE. Order your prom flowers one week in advance and we will throw in a free boutonniere! Ok, now on to the fun stuff :) Mandy and Derick were married this past October at Centerton Country Club in Pittsgrove, NJ. Mandy was one of those brides that genuinely was so excited about her wedding flowers that it was infectious. I knew we would be in for some spectacular photos when I found out the photographer was Paula Cella Photography and wasn't disappointed when I saw them.
10/10/10 was a popular wedding date last year so we recruited some help (thanks Diane!). Here Mary and Diane are tying on Mandy's grandmother's ring to the bouquet.
We added her grandmother's handkerchief and ring to the bouquet. I love the sentiment behind this...so sweet!
To this day, anemones remind me of Mandy...she loves them! To compliment the anemone we used white mini calla lilies, cymbidium orchids, white and pink roses, and snowberry.
Amanda was a GORGEOUS bride
You really can see just how happy and in love these two are <3
Derick's boutonniere was a cymbidium orchid accented with the snowberry and wrapped with white ribbon.
Gorgeous bridal party! The bridesmaids carried bouquets of white mini callas wrapped with turquoise ribbon.
The flower girl carried a pomander of white spray roses.
Amanda was the first bride to use our vintage chandalier. We added hydrangea and crystals and then hung it from the arbor at Centerton Country Club.
To flank the couple we filled our pillars with hydrangea and curly willow hung with crystals, mirrors, and ribbons with orchids glued on.
To accent the place card table we used out martini glasses filled with pomanders of spray roses and linked with bear grass.
The tall centerpieces were done in our chic vase. We filled the vase with turquoise tinted water and submerged dendrobium orchids in the water. The vase was topped with our crystal chandeliers and a mound of hydrangea and pink roses.
For the low centerpieces we used these black cylinders with a mound of white hydrangea and pink roses. We accented them with black ostrich feathers, LOVE!
At Centerton Country Club, the sweetheart table is elevated on a stage. To add some drama to the stage the pillars from the ceremony were brought in and flanked the table. Behind the couple was an ice sculpture, which we surrounded with wheat grass and fresh flowers. The bouquets for the bridesmaids bouquets also added to the overall affect.
Thank you Mandy and Derick for letting us be a part of your wedding day. We loved working with such a fun couple!
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