Say Yes to Yellow

Yellow is fast becoming a popular color for weddings- for everything from bridesmaids’ dresses to table linens, and of course, flowers. Here are some snapshots that we took of yellow bouquets for a recent wedding that we designed. This bridal bouquet was all yellow and whites/ivories. It included gerbera daisies, roses, hydrangea, and pearled stephanotis. The bridesmaids’ bouquets were a similar mix of flowers, except theirs had green hydrangea as an accent. Don’t be afraid of color in your flowers!! …

Not Your Average Red and White

Here is an example of using classic red and white in a different and interesting way. This bridal bouquet had flowers of lots of varying textures to bring your eye to each individual flower. The red and white still have the same simple feeling, but with a little more interest. Gorgeous red roses, white hydrangea, white gerbera daisies, and white cymbidium orchids with red throats were used in this bouquet. Fun, fun, fun!!

Vibrant Spring Bouquets

These bouquet pictures are snapshots that we took from the first weekend in May. Take a look at the awesome bright colors that these brides chose!! These bridesmaid’s bouquets were very bright! Jade berries, hot pink gerbera daisies and roses, green kermit pomps, pink waxflower filler and dark purple lisianthus made a great combo for textures and colors! This bridal bouquet complimented all the colors from the bridesmaid’s bouquets, but with a touch of white and a few other feature …

Professional Shots by Jon Koch

These brilliant photos are of a wedding that we serviced in April and blogged about earlier. Obviously, Jon’s shots blow ours out of the water. Take a look!!! Small, sweet bridal bouquet in white freesia, roses, and mini callas. The guest tables had these tall calla centerpieces. The head table had this all white flower hedge. Thanks to Koch Photography for these awesome shots! Check out more of Jon’s work on his website: http://www.kochphotography.net/ Our best to the bride and …

Professional Shots from Lace

Here are some beautiful professional shots, courtesy of Lace, of the wedding we blogged about earlier with the stacked bridal bouquet. This wedding was held at one of our favorite locations, Cafe DeMenil. Thanks to Lace for these gorgeous shots!!

Stacked bouquet

This style of bouquet is very unique. It’s an example of a stacked bouquet that uses different types of flowers in layers instead of mixed together. This was a bridal bouquet that we did in April. The top layer is mini callas, the second layer is ivory roses, and the third layer is mini gerbera daisies. Stacked bouquets usually have a more linear shape verses a rounded shape like most bouquets. This is what the bridesmaid carried. It was a …

White Flower Hedge and Carnation Spheres

This was a very unique wedding reception at Maryland Walk in Clayton. The bride came to us with a vision of a flower hedge for the head table and round carnation spheres for the bar. Here is what we arranged for the event. The ten foot flower hedge lined the table and made a great arrangement for the head table. Gerber daisies, hydrangeas, roses, carnations, and spray roses were all included in this flower piece. The guest tables were accented …

Vibrant Reds

Lush and bright reds with hints of silver was what this bride wanted for her 3-7-09 wedding. Here are some snapshots of how we made that happen for her!! The bridal bouquet was the epitome of lush and vibrant reds. It included mini gerbera daisies, roses, and red makara orchids within and cascading down. Crystal accents added sparkle for the bride for her special day. The ceremony and the reception were at the DoubleTree Westport. This is a shot of …

Apples and Place cards

This is a great idea for dressing up a place card table. Lisa, the bride, came to us with a picture of a really awesome arrangement that included apples for her September wedding. We used the picture as inspiration and modified it to fit her style and needs. Here are a couple of shots that Christa, one of the Sisters team, took during set-up. Here is what the guests saw as they came into the reception room. Each cylinder vase …