Archive for November, 2012|Monthly archive page
It finally feels like fall here in Southern California!! I love when the seasons change…. Not only in the weather but also when flowers change. I tend to embrace the change even if it is only with the colors of containers I use and some accents. There are some crowd favorites that I tend to gravitate towards for my local hospital accounts but by pairing them with different accents and darker container to give a more fall feel.
Below are some of the more traditional arrangements from this week.
Then we have some more stylized arrangements….. and some horizontal ones!
When my sister in law got married earlier this year I am thrilled she decided to book Brian to photographer her wedding. I have worked with him in the past I knew he would knock it out of the park…. he did! I love the pictures he took of the flowers as well as the family and celebration!
Be sure to check out Brian Hawkins on his website: http://www.brianhawkinsphotography.com/
He also has AMAZING pictures on his facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/BrianHawkinsPhotography
There were SO many details for Matt and Cindy’s “Diamond and Daisies” wedding so when it finally came to pictures there are so many to consider!
The wedding was at Long Beach Museum of Art which was a perfect backdrop for their wedding! We used “diamond” ribbon on the bouquet handles, the centerpieces and other places throughout the wedding. Also there were many Gems throughout though everything!
All the personal flowers were created form a mix of orchids, daisies, roses, gerbera daisies, hydrangea and calla lilies.
The arch was gorgeous and perfect framed the couple! We hung gem garland to catch the light and add the touch of shine.
The Aisle had daisy clusters on the chairs and petal with daisy heads to walk on. Cones filled with petals were on each chair to toss petal while the newlyweds walked back down the aisle.
The Cocktail and Dinner tables had similar arrangement with a mix of hydrangea, gerbera daisies and white traditional daisies.
The head table had multiple arrangements down the edge the table with a mix of candles and gems.
Wishing Cindy and Matt a wonderful Happily-ever-after!
And then there is a great picture of my husband and I during the reception! He was SO sick and I was extremely tired but we are one good looking couple! 😉