Tuesday, September 28, 2010

September 25, 2010 - Chelsea and Mauro's Wedding

Chelsea's flowers centered around her favorite favorite flower - the sunflower. Grouped with dark red roses, green hypericum berries, purple lisianthus, and orange spray roses, the sunflowers really popped against the bridesmaid's charcoal gray dresses.

Her attendant's carried smaller version of Chelsea's bouquet.

New Harvest Church

Small Manzanita trees held hanging votives and had a pop of color at the base.

Additional arrangements were made to sit in our silver urns.

A family friend, Jeanie Goosen, added festive sunflowers to chocolate cupcakes. They were adorable and looked delicious too.

September 25, 2010

Breanne chose a romantic vintage theme for her outdoor family wedding. For her bouquet, we used cream "David Austen" roses, lisianthus, spray roses, and seeded eucalyptus.

Her attendant's bouquets also had "David Austen" roses, lisianthus, spray roses, and seeded eucalyptus with just a touch of added color.

September 24, 2010 - Melissa and Jeff's Wedding

The Warnor's Theatre made for a fun retro setting for a cool girl and the man of her dreams.

To compliment the theatre's dark red and gold motif, Melissa chose red "Freedom" roses and multi-colored red and yellow "Circus" roses.

In the reception area, we created an arrangement using the "Freedom" and "Circus" roses in our gold urns on top of round mirrors.

Friday, September 24, 2010

September 18, 2010 - Julie and Jason's Wedding

Julie and Jason had their wedding at the beautiful San Joaquin Country Club.

Julie's bouquet was filled with green hydrangea, fuchsia "Hot Lady" roses, green hypericum berries, and fuchsia spray roses.

The attendant's bouquets were filled with "Hot Lady" roses and green hypericum berries.

We created three centerpieces for the guest tables. The first centerpiece was three silver mint julip cups filled with "Hot Lady" roses, light pink carnations, and hypericum berries on top of our round mirrors.

The second centerpiece was a silver urn filled with green hydrangea, "Hot Lady" roses, carnations, and amaranthus.

The final centerpiece was three glass vases filled with fuchsia rose petals and floating candles on top of our round mirrors.

Julie and Jason also rented our ivory chair covers and apple satin sashes for all of the reception chairs and our apple overlays for all of the guest tables.

September 18, 2010 - Jessica and David's Wedding

Jessica and David chose a gorgeous palette of colors that consisted of  persimmon orange and charcoal grey with touches of white. The flowers were provided by Brown Bunny and Janet Seibert provided all the decor. 

Thursday, September 16, 2010

September 12, 2010 - Nicki and Richard's Wedding

On Sunday afternoon, the soft afternoon sun streamed into the 10th floor windows of the Grand in downtown Fresno, creating an ethereal feeling of excitement and peace all at the same time. For their wedding, Nicki chose a soft and romantic color scheme of champagne and gold with dark purples, magentas, and fuchsia pinks with a hint of green. 

I loved making Nicki's bouquet - it had these luscious purples, deep pinks and magentas with super romantic ivory spray roses.

Her attendant's carried smaller versions of Nicki's bouquet, just without the ivory spray roses.

For her two flower girls, we create silk kissing or "pomander" balls for them to carry. Silk flowers are often used to avoid any breaking or loss of flowers and to also ensure that the child has a special keep-sake from the wedding.

As the guests entered the ceremony, they were greeted with an elegant arrangement of purple stock, dendrobium orchids, dahlias, and hanging green amaranthus.

For their ceremony, we used our two silk Bay Laurel trees in large chocolate urns decorated with fresh antique hydrangeas and magnolia branches.

In the adjoining reception room, we created a taller centerpiece using Manzanita branches with attached magenta dendrobium orchids with a "pop" of color in purple lisianthus and green hanging amaranthus. The base of the vase was filled with fuschsia rose petals to give it a bit more color. The centerpieces looked beautiful atop the champagne overlays.

On the remaining guest tables, we used Janet Seibert's metallic candle holders and created a lush arrangment to sit in the middle.