Two Beautiful Brides, Two Beautiful Bouquets

Jenny and Katie were an absolute pleasure to work with. Here are some photos of their May wedding. Their colors were apple green and pink. We did very garden-y mixed bouquets for the ceremony and accented the same flowers and colors at the reception. Photos by Kelly Manno. The bridal bouquets were similar,except for lily of the valley, which was added as a special touch in one of the bouquets. Both bouquets included bells of Ireland, calla lilies, freesia, and …

More Awesome Images

Here are more fantastic images of one of our May weddings taken by Luke Walker Photography. Take a peek!! Special thanks to Luke for sharing these great shots with us!!

One Wedding, Two Gorgeous Ceremonies

Here’s the story of one great couple, two ceremonies, and an awesome party. Melissa and Kedric were married in early May. They had a traditional Jewish ceremony on Friday with their close friends and family on hand. On Saturday, they chose a beautiful outdoor ceremony at World’s Fair Pavilion in Forest Park and a gorgeous reception at the Chase. Take a peek at the pictures from both days! Here are the bride and groom at their Jewish ceremony. We set …

Bright Colors and Texture

These bouquets are great examples of bright mixed colors and LOTS of texture! They are from a wedding we did this month. This bridal bouquet was a shop favorite here at Sisters that week. It included purple stock, mini callas, lisianthus, blue thistle, fuchsia heather, and looped lily grass (and later purple anemones). We LOVED all the textures and brightness! The bridesmaids’ bouquets had the opposite color scheme of the bride’s. Fuchsia stock, anemones, heather, purple lisianthus, and looped lily …

New Year’s Eve Weddings

Sisters Flowers had two New Year’s Eve weddings!! Both were classy and elegant in their own stylish way. Take a look at some of the snapshots we took of our set-up that day!! WEDDING AT HILTON BALLPARK This wedding used red, burgundy, and white for it’s decor. These tall arrangements on top of pilsner vases left the middle of the vase clear with the flowers starting above the guests’ heads. The flowers included snapdragons, hydrangea, roses, and stock. These cube …