Saturday, September 6, 2014

Japanese Funeral

These flowers were done for a friend of ours who's father in law had passed away.  We love to do funeral flowers and feel honored to help celebrate the life of a loved one.
This all white arrangement was from his wife.  We used China Chrysanthemums, avalanche roses, salal, casablanca lilies, white gladiolas, tree fern and white, fragrant stock.  

This one was from the grandchildren: sunflowers, eucalyptus, liatris, red dahlias, orange asiatic lilies, yellow solidago, orange alstromeria, green button mums and purple delphiniums.  We loved the happy colors of this one and were told he was a very involved grandfather. 

These were the arrangements that went on either side of the casket on podiums.  They have white gladiolas, stock, china mums, salal, button mums and commodore palm.

This elegant arrangement was from his children: eucalyptus, star gazer lilies, pink spray roses, white veronica, avalanche roses, stock and lavender lisianthus.

This was his casket spray: white gladiolas, white snap dragons, tree fern, stock, commodore palm and red Black Magic roses.  

Monday, July 28, 2014


These are some centerpieces I did for a USC Trojan graduate; hence, the colors of red and gold! I thought they turned out pretty great considering! Not too expensive, but still nice.

I used yellow roses, red carnations, yellow and red alstromeria with some salal leaves.  I also used the greenery from the alstromeria and the roses. All tucked away in a gold, plastic footed bowl.