Sunday, July 15, 2012

Anine and Kyle's Open House

 The colors for this wedding were purple, lime green, and turquoise...great colors for a summer wedding!
 Anine's bouquet had spider mums, hydrangea, white lizzies, purple lizzies, hypericum berries and SWEET PEAS. Oh, the sweet peas smelled so good!
 These green roses are called "Super Green"
 We quickly put together a few flower vases to go along the wall with photos.  Here are a few of those:


Bonnie and Drew's wedding

 Bonnie's bouquet
 The wedding colors were gray, persimmon orange and curry yellow.  The flowers in this bouquet are mini calla lilies, alstromeria, ti leaves, and euctalyptus seeds.
 This was an arch decorated for the reception with plumosa fern, lizzies, and gerbs.
 The tent was decorated with the plumosa fern and gerbs

 The centerpieces gave the luncheon a pop of color

The cake was decorated with alstromeria

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Allison and Rick

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
More orchids


                                                               White hydrangea

 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.

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Hayley and Dallin

 One of my sweet Young Women helped us with her sister's flowers.  She was so excited to do her first bridal bouquet and have it be for her sister.  She did a great job! I loved the combo of flowers and how happy it was! Yellow garden roses, yellow spray roses, white dahlias, blue hydrangea, yellow button mums and some cream roses.
The bridesmaids held gorgeous dahlias.  These ones were pink but there also was yellow, dark orange, light orange and white ones.  The groom wore a yellow rose for his boutonniere.  The colors really pop in pictures!

Kim and Dave

I thought these flowers turned out great! They are white lilies, white peonies, lizzies, larkspur and white roses.  All white is so pretty! Especially when you have a bunch of different textures.  We put them in a really pretty "crystal" looking bouquet holder.

Brian and Eila

These were for a friend's open house at my Aunt and Uncle's house.  We thought they turned out so pretty! They are made up of variegated Italian pitisporum, light and dark purple sweet peas, white roses, queen anne's lace, lavender lisianthus and maybe some freesias.