Wednesday, May 19, 2010

May 15, 2010 - Cara and Dustin's Wedding

We traveled to Visalia on Saturday to help Cara and Dustin celebrate their wedding. The wedding and reception took place at the bride’s family home and garden. It was a gorgeous backdrop for a fun family event. 

The bride’s bouquet was a juicy mixture of range parrot tulips, dark “Milva” roses, orange cockscomb, “Cherry Brandy” roses, and orange spray roses. The bridesmaids’ bouquets were smaller versions of the bride’s bouquet.

We made attractive arrangements in tin pails that lined the bridal isle. These pails had lemon leaf, orange, gerbera daisies, orange roses, and orange spray roses. Finished with a moss green ribbon, these also served as centerpieces during the reception.

The other centerpiece design we created to compliment the tin pails was a small rectangle vase with orange gerbera daisies, “Milva” roses, and sprigs of rosemary. All centerpieces sat on our gold chargers.

We also had fun making a couple of larger arrangements with submerged oranges, gerbera daisies, snapdragons, and rosemary for the buffet tables.

Finally, we created petite arrangements for the cocktail tables that included gerbera daisies.

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