These flowers were soooo gorgeous! We were very pleased how everything turned out!
These are the centerpieces that were in a square glass vase about 5" cubed. They are Cool water and Pacific Blue roses with some bright pink rhapsody roses, purple lisianthus, white lisianthus, light purple lisianthus and different shades of purple to pink hydrangea. They look so lush and rich!
This is the bride's bouquet with some of the same flowers as above, but with some freesias and some white cymbidium orchids. We always try to out something delightful smelling in the bouquet. Flowers should not only look pretty, but smell pretty, too.
These were two large arrangements in silver orchid pots that were the sides to where they got married on the beautiful marble staircase at the courthouse.
The cake flowers were some listed above, plus the orchid. When the groom proposed, he had the ring in an orchid on the bride's dinner plate. Sweet, huh?
This wedding was for a friend who got married at the Camarillo House. The reception was in the barn and it was really fun to shoot pictures this time of day!
This is our work station! Thank goodness we brought a table. The other thing we need to pack now in our box would be a glue gun!
These centerpieces were each different. We had a good time filling the vases with all sorts of white flowers. We LOVE peonies!
The sign in table with dendrobium orchids, white dahlias, white hydrangea and white peonies.
Cute little black and white anemones
Sad this picture was a little dark. It was three bottles with three anemones in each one.
White avalanche roses with some freesias and lisanthus
A single white dahlia
White hydrangea and some tall, sparkly wood sticks. I had glitter all over me by the time I was done!
White dahlias with a little tube of water on the end of them. I didn't want them to wilt.
Avalanche roses and larkspur with some freesias tucked in there
Dahlias, lisianthus, and white roses
Just roses and the glittery sticks
Roses and freesias
The brides bouquet. She wanted some charms added to it and I thought it was a nice personal touch. She also wanted some bling added, which we did at the last minute and that's when the glue gun would've come in really handy!
The bouquet had white peonies, freesias, roses and spray roses
These were the bridesmaids bouquets. They each had a little charm as well to tell them apart. These ones had white lisianthus as well as one peony and some freesias and spray roses.
You can see some of the "bling" that we put on these ones.