Winder Wedding Bouquet

For all you brides out there who are looking ahead to your winter weddings, here are two winter flowers that are available to you in your season and together in no other season. This bouquet has amaryllis and tulips- two very elegant and winter-y flowers that we LOVE together. Take a look…….. Emily was our bride from this past January. She wanted a very simple, elegant look for her flowers. We suggested these two types of blooms to also give …

Bright and Eye Catching!

These flowers are vibrant! Karen and Marc’s wedding was in early May and the flowers hinted at the upcoming summer season! All photos courtesy of Browers Photography. We used pink tulips and spray roses, orange roses, green orchids and berries, and looped grass for the bridal bouquet. The bridesmaids carried the same flowers minus the orchids in a smaller size. What fun pictures for a fun couple! Our best wishes!!

Green and White for Spring

The following are some snapshots of a recent wedding that we just helped out with. The flowers were a vibrant green and white mix that really stood out against the girls’ dresses. Take a look! The bouquets were green hydrangea and berries with white tulips and freesia. Very fresh and springy!! Best wishes to the bride and groom!!

Classic Black and White at the MAC

This wedding was last fall at the MAC and used black and white in a classic and beautiful way. Black was used as an accent, seen in the chair covers, favors, menu cards, and the glassware for the centerpieces. All the flowers at the reception were whites and ivories. Half of the tables had these tall vases with a ball of white lilies, roses, tulips, and filler. To contrast. the other half had these black bubble bowls filled with tulips, …

Awesome Amaryllis

Even though it might not seem obvious, winter is a great time for seasonal flowers! Here are some snapshots that we took of some amaryllis bouquets we did in late December and early January. Amaryllis is such a gorgeous flower and is only available in the winter months. Take a look: This bridal bouquet is all bright red roses and amaryllis. The bridesmaids’ bouquets contrasted the bride’s red flowers. They carried white amaryllis and ivory roses. This bridal bouquets is …

Summer Centerpieces

Here is a “collection” of some of the centerpieces and other flower decor that we’ve done this spring and summer. Bright reds and pinks made these roses and freesia pop against the white table linens. These hurricane candles with a lush flower wreaths were perfect for a summer garden-themed wedding. Small jars of Esperance roses and bells of Ireland were a great cimpliment to the pink washed walls at the Mad Art Gallery. Tall trumpet vases with large white calla …

Grand Hyatt at Union Station

Here are a few pics from one of our most recent weddings at Grand Hyatt Union Station: Tall and short centerpieces with all white flowers were used. Tulips, hydrangea, snapdragons, curly willow and pheasant feathers filled these tall cylinders. Shorter clusters of vases with similar white flowers balanced out the other tables. Alternating cluster vases were used to line the middle of the head table. As an extra special treat, the guests were able to find their place cards on …

Centerpiece Trials

If you don’t think you have an eye for visualizing what you’ve picked for your wedding or event flowers, you might want to consider a centerpiece trial. For a minimal fee, Sisters Flowers offers this service as an option for our booked weddings or events. We suggest these trials take place about a month from your event, in your event space, so you can get a feel for what the whole room will look like on the actual day. If …