I can not believe it is December 11th....and that we haven't blogged in over a month, fail on our part. However, while we may not have been blogging, we have been busy creating wedding after wedding of GORGEOUS wedding flowers. Sometimes, when I look back at pictures, I am blown away by how lucky I really am. Being able to spend (most) of my time working with flowers, and having the chance to truly create something beautiful for our couples is really the best. I remember I loved this wedding when it was going together and then, when I saw the photos, I fell in love all over again! I always love setting up a wedding at Running Deer, their staff and attention to detail makes them one of the best venues around. Heather DiPiazza did an amazing job with the photos, check them out for yourself!
Laura's bouquet was stunning. She carried purple and fuchsia stock, purple pacu calla lilies, purple veronica, fuchsia plume celosia, and vanda orchids.
These bright purple and pink bouquets stood out great against the bridesmaids charcoal gowns.
I love fresh flowers as an accent in the hair. These orchids look so pretty! We provide them already wired, so the hairdresser can easily pin them in place with bobby pins.
September 15th was a gorgeous, sunny day this year. Check out this pretty bridal party.
I love doing something a little different and unique with the stem wrap. Here, to tie in the purple, we accented with purple lace. Pretty!
We hung these pretty cups of fuchsia roses from the pergola at Running Deer.
The aisle was line with fuchsia rose petals, and silver mint julep cups hanging from our black shepherds hooks, filled with purple and fuchsia stock.
Beautiful shot of the ceremony.
These hanging votive cups with roses are the perfect accent and look great in all of the photos of the couple saying their vows.
I LOVED these centerpieces. Done in our Diana pedestal vase, they featured purple hydrangea, fuchsia and purple stock, purple haze roses, plume celosia, and dark purple iris. A band of charcoal ribbon and purple crystals accented the vase.
On the place card table we used one of our many silver mercury vases. Pretty!
Another shot of the centerpiece.
The silver julep cups from down the aisle were reused as decor in the chocolate room.
Loved the cake. The flowers were the perfect pop of color.
Thanks Laura and Ray! We loved your wedding flowers, and hope you did too, xoxo!
I have lots of blogs started....now just to get back into the business of finishing them and posting them! As an FYI to all of our fans - we will be closed next week, 12/17-12/25. Mary and I needed some time to get ourselves together for Christmas! Tomorrow night we are hosting a Pinterest Party here at the shop....stay tuned for a blog post about the fun times that I am sure will be had, haha!