Wednesday, June 30, 2010

June 26, 2010 - Annie and Jason's Wedding

The Tenth Floor at the Grand in Downtown, Fresno hosted Annie and Jason's wedding ceremony and reception. Annie designed her dream wedding using mustard yellow, light blue, and black and white polk-a-dots. With chic flair she incorporated light blue feathers and light blue boas.

Her bouquet contained white peonies, white roses with rhinestones, white lisianthus blooms, and yellow "Craspedia" or billy button balls.

Her bridesmaids wore truly unique mustard satin mini dresses and carried bouquets with light blue hydrangeas, yellow tulips, and yellow billy button balls. All bouquets were finished with black and white polk-a-dot ribbons.

For the ceremony, (which was held at one end of the room) we tied our black satin sashes onto each chair in a clean and modern French knot. Two black draped pedestals held black and white polk-a-dot boxes filled with yellow football mums, blue ostrich feathers, and light blue painted curly willow branches.

The extra tall ceiling height inside The Grand called for tall centerpieces. We used our tall trumpet vase with a lush topper of all yellow football mums and loops of black and white polk-a-dot ribbon. Half of the tables had large light blue ostrich feathers and the other half of the tables had light blue feathery boas. Each centerpiece sat on a large round mirror.

June 25, 2010 - Jessica and Jeremy's Wedding

For Jessica's bouquet, we used fuchsia and orange gerbera daisies, purple lisianthus, orange miniature roses, white roses, and fuchsia "Hot Lady" roses.

Her bridesmaids wore plum dresses and carried smaller versions of her bouquet with green hypericum berries.

On the guest tables, the first centerpiece we designed had a tall vase with submerged magenta dendrobium orchids with a floating candle and a lush ring of flowers at the base with gerbera daisies, roses, lisianthus, stock, and green hypericum berries. The vase and flowers sat on top of our round mirrors.

The other centerpiece design consisted of a hurricane lamp with a white pillar candle and a coordinating ring of flowers that sat on top of our round mirror.

June 25, 2010 - Julie and Kevin's Wedding

For Julie's wedding at Wolf Lakes Park, I partnered with Janet Seibert to create a fun and elegant wedding with subtle beach flair. Julie's bouquet was a yummy coral creation with coral "Dark Milva" roses, two-tones coral and pink "Cherry Brandy" roses with chocolate tan cymbidium orchids, dark red miniature spray roses, and orange "Makara" orchids.

Her beautiful bridesmaids (you rock Kirsty!), wore turquoise blue "Pool" gowns which complimented the coral bouquets we created. They carried coral roses, chocolate orchids, and miniature red roses.

We also created arrangements to hang on our iron candleholders that lined the bridal walkway and a spray of flowers to decorate Janet Seibert's iron candleholders.

Janet's table decor and centerpieces were so beautiful, truly reflecting the bride's style.

June 19, 2010 - Ashley and Matthew's Wedding

Ashley's bouquet was full of hot pink roses, rhinestones, and finished with a black ribbon.

Her attendants' bouquets consisted of hot pink, peach, and ivory roses, and were finished with a black ribbon.

Ashley's centerpieces included shades of hot pink, peach, and ivory. We designed two different, yet complimentary, centerpieces - one lower with a square vase, floating candle, and a ring of lush flowers with gerbera daisies, roses, and carnations.

The second centerpieces had a lush square topper of gerbera daisies, roses, and carnations on top of a tall square vase finished with black ribbons.

June 19, 2010 - Jaime and Dale's Wedding

Jaime chose a clean fresh palate of yellow and lime green with accents in white and chocolate brown for their mountain wedding. Jaime's bouquet was lush and full with yellow and white gerbera daisies, green hypericum berries, white freesia, green roses, and lime button mums.

Her attendants carried similar bouquets with yellow gerbera daisies, lime button mums, and green hypericum berries.

Lining the bridal isle, Jaime hung our yellow painted tin buckets which we filled with yellow gerbera daisies, white freesia, lime button mums, and green hypericum berries.

Thursday, June 17, 2010

June 12, 2010 - Kathleen and Kyle's Wedding

Kathleen and Kyle chose a soft natural palette of greens and purples. They used our white linens and green organza with satin trim overlays, along with our white chair covers. They also rented our silver chargers.

Kathleen's attendants carried purple and green bouquets with purple stock, green roses, and purple lisianthus.

We designed petite floral arrangements that hung on our rustic iron candle holders that lined the bridal walkway.

Under the Lakeside pavillion, the centerpieces were designed using extra large vases with Manzanita branches. Green cymbidium orchids were attached with hanging green amaranthus and hanging crystals.

The other half of the tables had three white vases filled with purple stock, green roses, and green spider mums.

Their head tables had two coordinating manzanita centerpieces in low cylinder vases filled with moss and fresh flowers.

June 12, 2010 - Nicole and Brett's Wedding

Nicole and Brett exchanged their vows at Holy Spirit in North Fresno, then celebrated with family and friends at Fort Washington Country Club. Nicole carried a petite bouquet of green and white cymbidium orchids with a few green hypericum berries.

Brett's boutonniere coordinated with Nicole's bouquet. We used a white cymbidium orchid with eggplant fern curls.

Her attendants carried bouquets with purple hydrangeas, purple stock and purple lisianthus with fern curl accents.

At their reception, the guest tables had chocolate table cloths and chivari chairs. We designed three different centerpieces. One with a tall cylinder vase topped with a lush floral arrangement of purple hydrangeas, purple stock, purple lisianthus, lavender roses, green hypericum berries with a few purple dendrobium orchids. The large vase contained clear gems with submerged lights and was finished with a wide chocolate and purple ribbon.

The second centerpiece had three cylinder vases filled with purple stock, purple lisianthus, and purple hydrangeas. Each vase had chocolate and purple ribbons.

And the third centerpiece had a large cylinder vase with brown curly willow and purple dendrobium orchids. The large vase sat on a light base and was finished with green moss.

June 11, 2010 - Kristen and Brian's Wedding

For Kristen's bouquet, she chose white peonies and white lisianthus blooms.

Her attendants looked awesome in their black and white dresses. Their pink hydrangea and hot pink carnation bouquets really popped against their dresses. We also created small bouquets for the mothers to carry. It was very fun to incorporate black feathers.

Sunday, June 6, 2010

June 5, 2010 - Jazmin and Pedro's Wedding

Jazmin and Pedro celebrated their wedding in Laton at their family church with antique golds, raspberry pinks, and dark reds. Jazmin rented our 6-foot black candelabras and we designed large flower arrangements for both of them.

Jazmin carried an elegant bouquet of miniature white callalilies. The stems were wrapped in ivory satin ribbon and an overlay of ivory sheer ribbon in a french knot.

Her attendants carried bouquets of dark red mini calla lilies, "Hot Lady" raspberry roses, and "Freedom" dark red roses.

The University Piccadilly Inn in Fresno hosted the reception. The bride chose gold chivari chairs and ivory damask linens. Our gold chargers created the perfect backdrop for the raspberry and dark red centerpieces.  We designed two centerpieces; the first was a cylinder vase with wide red ribbon filled with dark pink hydrangeas, red roses, red carnations, and "Hot Lady" raspberry roses.

The second more elaborate centerpiece featured tall trumpet vases filled with green curly willow and a lush arrangement of dark pink hydrangeas, red roses, red carnations, and "Hot Lady" raspberry roses. We finished this centerpiece with gold curly willow and hanging crystals.

Finally, a spray of flowers was designed for the head table.