Sunday, September 4, 2011

Denae and Joel's Wedding

These big arrangements are always so fun! I LOVED those antique hydrangeas! We also used double purple lizzies, light purple double lizzies, purple larkspur, green cymbidium orchids, white dendrobium orchids, green pom pom mums and honey bracelet with willow in the back.
Here we have the white dendrobium orchids, double lizzies, green pom pom mums or button mums and purple stock for it's yummy smell!
We wired a few of the denodrobiums up on the willow branches and thought it looked so pretty.

Here are a few arrangements we did for a cousin of ours this last weekend. Peacock feathers are really in right now and very fun to use!

Monday, July 18, 2011

More from Kelly and Mike's wedding...

These are green button mums, blue delphiniums, white spray roses, leather leaf fern and blue cornflower sprinkled around the cake that was made and decorated by Skiff's bakery.
This was the "Sweetheart" table with cream avalanche roses, leather leaf fern, cream stock, blue cornflower, and blue delphinium. Sprinkled with flowers listed above.
One of the lanterns as centerpieces. We thought these turned out really cute. We wired the flowers on top.
These lanterns we taped the flowers onto a wire as well and then wired and hot glued them to the lantern. We also used hot glue to do the fern.
A spray on the gazebo where they had their ring ceremony behind the Wood ranch country club. This had blue hydrangeas, cream roses, stock, green mums, salal and blue delphiniums. Kirsten did a great job on this! We love hydrangeas, but don't recommend them unless they have a constant source of water.

Jeff and Kylie's wedding

One of the centerpieces in a black container that had one purple hydrangea, lavender scabiosas (love those), double purple lizzies, purple veronica and 3 or 5 peacock feathers depending on how many we had left! I love purple!
Kylie had bought some really cool vases from the thrift store, so we just filled them with flowers and put them around. This vignette was on the food table. These containers were purple glass. the tallest just had peacock feathers, then the others two were like the centerpieces but had some sweet peas added.
Another shot of a centerpiece. We're hoping to get some more professional shots of these! :)
The brides bouquet! This was so fun to create with the green artichoke, double lizzies, vanda orchids, peacock as well as black feathers, tree fern, purple veronica and fern coils.
Another shot of the bouquet....we wrapped the stems with purple satin ribbon and had three black covered button pins holding it in place.
This was the guest book sign in table. We just loved the purple hydrangea and the peacock feathers! This container was cool too. Turquoise glass in this cool metal footed stand.

Monday, July 11, 2011

Megan and Andrew's wedding

We loved doing these flowers! Thank you for the opportunity Megan and Andrew! Their colors were cranberry, brown, and cream: perfect for an early November wedding.

Andrew's boutonniere has a red Ranunculus, variegated Italian Pittosporum, Hypericum berry and a brownish Cotinus leaf.

This was one of 3 large arrangements: Chocolate Dahlias, snapdragons, Cream Avalanch roses, Culry Willow, Red roses, Hypericum berries, the Italian Pitt, and cranberries floating in the water.
This one had red snaps, chocolate dahlia's, a burgundy peony, Italian pitt, red and cream roses, willow and hypericum berries.
This was Megan's bouquet, a little nosegay hand-tied with lace to match her dress: Tecate red ranunculus, fern curls, chocolate dahlias, hypericum berries, and red roses.
My beautiful Aunt Gayle is stylishly modeling a pinned corsage of cream spray roses, Italian pitt, and hypericum berries!
The bridesmaids wore wrist corsages.
The table centerpieces were glass vases with floating cranberries: half with a red color scheme, half with a brown and white color scheme as pictured above: willow, Italian pitt, white scabiosa, white snapdragons, chocolate dahlias and hypericum berries.
This little cutie is one of Megan's nieces and we just thought she needed to be holding some flowers so we whipped up a posie of chocolate dahlias.

Megan and Andrew just exiting the Los Angeles LDS temple. We thought the shades were totally cool, dude!

Guest book table arrangement

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Michael and Kelly Burr Wedding Photos

Photos courtesy of The Little Lantern Photography

Kelly's colors were gold, blue and cream. Her bouquet consisted of daliah's, spray and traditional roses, blue delphinium, gold leaves, and tulips. Her bridesmaids had stephanotis, blue hydrangea and gold leaves. More photos from their beautiful reception at the Wood Ranch Country Club to follow...

Monday, June 6, 2011

Brown Wedding

Bella Vita Rose boutonniere

The bride loved these tow toned gerbs and the two toned roses. I love the vibrant pink!
Bridesmaid flowers and brides bouquet in the shade.
This corset look was fun to create!
The food table topiary was a bit challenging! Next time we are using plaster of Paris in the bottom of the pot!
Bride's bouquet
I love my camera!!!
Sign in table
Another shot of the bridal bouquet

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Emily and Travis's wedding

This one is our most recent. Their colors were navy blue, white and silver. They were going for a Winter wonderland theme and it looked really nice in there. Hopefully I can get some more pictures of the cake. These photos were taken by their friends Michael and Kelly who take pictures professionally (The Little Lantern is the name of their company).
This was one of two big arrangements that had white snap dragons, lily grass, spider mums that we sprayed with glue and dipped in silver glitter, baby's breath, ivory roses, thistles, delphiniums, casa blanca lilies and salal.
These were the bridesmaid bouquets with ivory roses, blue thistles, baby's breath, salal and some blue delphinium.
The bride's bouquet was slightly larger than her bridesmaids but only had beautiful avalanche roses, baby's breath, blue delphiniums, lily grass, and salal. The groom had an avalanche rose with a blue delphinium, a sprig of eucalyptus and wrapped in silver ribbon.

Here is the cake with ivory roses, thistles, and blue delphinium. The cake had fondant on it and I couldn't get the rose stems to go into the sides very well. Corsage pins did the trick!