South Jersey Wedding Florist: Liz and Michael in Alloway, NJ
I hope everyone had an amazing Valentine's Day last week! I really enjoyed coming up with all sorts of gorgeous floral designs. I don't think I did one single standard dozen roses in a vase; I am blessed to have customers that really let us be creative with it. The designs coming out of our studio featured phalaenopsis orchids, gloriosa lilies, cymbidium orchids, garden roses, anemone, ranunculus, and more. I loved seeing the designs that were posted on facebook too! We have a few nice weddings coming up this week and we are excited to get back into the swing of wedding work. Tomorrow there is a big flower delivery coming in and I can't wait to check everything out. We have been staying busy and met lots of amazing brides on February 12th at Running Deer's Bridal Show. I hope some of those brides check us out on facebook and check out our website and blog. Today I want to blog about a wedding that took place last June on a private property in Alloway, NJ. I especially enjoyed this wedding. I graduated with the bride and I really enjoyed coming up with unique weddings flowers for her wedding. Liz is such a sweet person and working with her was a joy. Gary Johnson did an awesome job with the photos and I am excited to share them with you all.
For Liz's bouquet we used lavender, green celosia, green hydrangea, bupluerum, blue thistle and peacock feather accents.
We wrapped the stems with teal ribbon with a champagne lace overlay. Her dress was a gorgeous vintage inspired lace gown and I love how the lace on her bouquet coordinated with her gown.
The bridesmaids carried bouquets with pops of magenta. I love their champagne gowns!
To line the aisle we used our shepherd's hooks to hang these lovely copper lanterns from.
We decorated the pergola with hanging blue vases filled with green hydrangeas.
I loved this bout, celosia and a peacock feather wrapped with moss twine.
Her centerpieces were seriously so cute and so creative. On half of the tables we planted assorted ferns into blue glassware and clustered them on moss mats on the tables. Liz had these chalkboard table number signs that we added. After the wedding she took all these ferns and potted them up. What a great remembrance of her wedding day!
For the other half of the tables we used assorted blue glassware filled with dianthus green trick. celosia, green spider mums, chocolate cosmos, and peacock feathers on a moss mat.
I really loved being a part of this wedding and had so much fun with it. Best wishes Liz and Michael; I hope you enjoy those ferns for many years!
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