Sunday, August 22, 2010

August 20, 2010 - Janelle and Bing's Wedding

Brown Bunny Flowers had the fortunate opportunity to travel to Carmel this weekend for Janelle and Bing's wedding. We created a lush tall alter arrangement on our silver candle holder. We used green bells of ireland, eggplant mini callas, purple hydrangeas, and green hanging amaranthus. We also decorated two urns with purple hydrangeas, green hanging amaranthus, green cymbidium orchids, and ivy.

Janelle's bouquet had green hydrangeas, purple lisianthus, white spray roses, and green hypericum.

Her attendants wore eggplant dresses and their bouquets included green hydrangeas and green hypericum berries.

Janelle's four flower girls wore apple green dresses and carried eggplant, white, and green pomander balls.

The reception was held at Poppy Hills Golf Course. We created two centerpiece designs for their family style guest tables. One centerpiece used our long rectangle vases with submerged tea lights and submerged purple dendrobium orchids and included a lush full crown of green hydrangeas, purple stock, purple lisianthus, and green cymbidium orchids.

The other centerpiece design used our square vases with green hydreangeas, mini eggplant calla lillies, and green hypericum berries.

They also rented our eggplant and apple green linens for the head and guest tables. Apple green linens were used on the head table with eggplant table runners draped in front, and eggplant linens were used for all of the guest tables.

Additional centerpieces were created for the head table with our smaller square vases. They also rented our silver chargers for the head and guest tables.

Their cake sat on top of three of our glass vases and the table was decorated with green hydrangeas, purple lisianthus, and purple orchids.

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

August 15, 2010 - Bridal Showplace

We participated this past Sunday in the Bridal Showplace in Downtown Fresno.

Our display showcased a dark purple, fuchsia, and lavender palette with touches of platinum grey.

Our black curly willow branches held a lavender rose pomander ball with rhinestones and black feathers in a platinum metal square box.

We were excited to do a sample using new wooden boxes that can be painted any color or covered in fabric or ribbons. We filled this sample with purple hydrangeas and white votives and loops of raspberry amaranthus.

Our two sample bouquets used fuchsia "Hot Lady" roses, loops of raspberry amaranthus and green wire with green stones.

The other bouquet was a natural bouquet using cabbages, millett, succulent Echeverrias, green hanging amaranthus, and white tuber rose. In addition, we created a coordinating boutonniere.

August 14, 2010 - Yolanda and Chris' Wedding

Yolanda and Chris chose a palette of caramel and chocolate with hints of corral and green. The colors were gorgeous in the Wolf Lakes Pavillion. Yolanda's bouquet contained green hydrangeas, white lisianthus, corral "Cherry Brandy" roses, corral, "Dark Milva" roses and orange mini spray roses.

Her attendants wore corral dresses and carried all white bouquets with white stock, white lisianthus and white mini spray roses.

The reception centerpieces incorporated our iron candelabras, tall manzanita branches in large vases and floating candles with corral rose petals.

Brown Bunny in action!!

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

July 17, 2010 - Ashley and Ryan's Wedding

Ashley and Ryan said their "I do's" by the lake at Wolf Lakes Park with family and friends. They used black and white with touches of hot pink. Ashley's bouquet contained hot pink gerbera daisies, white roses, fuchsia "Hot Lady" roses with rhinestone pins and white spray roses.

Their three centerpieces popped against our black organza overlays. The first centerpiece we created was a black fabric covered box with black curly willows and a hot pink pomander ball with black feathers.

The other two centerpieces used our glass vases and bowls with submerged hot pink rose petals and floating candles.

Thier wedding cake sat on top of our three vases with fun flowers placed in between to elevate the cake.