Soft and Vintage

These wedding designs were very classic and understated but so feminine and light. The bridal bouquet was all white peonies with no other competing elements. The reception decor was very neutral but vintage and elegant. Three different types of designs were used throughout the room–each with it’s own candle element. Design A: Design B: Design C: 🙂

Prom at Lumen

We had the pleasure of designing flowers for a prom held a Lumen. We did some cluster centerpieces and some tall arrangements with up-lights. Here are our snapshots at the set-up. The clusters included three vases all of one type of flower- blue delphinium, blue hydrangea and purple stock. The tall centerpieces were white birch branches with purple larkspur and makara orchids. The whole arrangement was up-lit with an LED disc. Fun flowers for a fun party! 🙂

Bright Colors at Lumen

These are some of our snapshots we took of a wedding reception we did in September at one of our favorite venues, Lumen. We created tall and short centerpieces in vibrant colors. The flowers really popped off of the black and white linens! The “wall” at Lumen is another fun place to add some color with small vases of flowers. 🙂

This Looks Familiar!

Browsing through the pictures on Martha Stewart Weddings, we came across this one of a whimsical centerpiece using tea tins. We smiled to ourselves and pulled up a picture of our own! We did a very similar design last year for one of our brides who brought in her own decorated tea tins. Have a look! Martha’s version– The Sisters version– This is an interesting twist to the popular clustered vase look for table centerpieces. No two tables were the …

Non-Traditional Holiday Colors

This holiday party was last week at the Double Tree in Chesterfield. Sisters worked closely with our corporate client to design these centerpieces for the tables. We based the design on the client’s holiday invitation that included bright orange, green, pink, blue and purple. Small vases of all the colors decorated the cocktail tables. Three different centerpieces were used on the guest tables…….. Version one was a cluster of three vases of solid colors of flowers. Version two was also …