Samantha & Thomas June 18, 2016
Sam and I worked through many ideas through the course of creating her wedding day at the Wadsworth Homestead in Geneseo. Her central theme was always consistent with creating something natural with a vintage, yet unique feel. These botanical bouquets worked perfectly. Muted greenery combined with succulents, peonies, & wildflowers provided layers of lush texture against the softest blush of her bridesmaids’ dresses & the gorgeous grounds of this historic home.
Blush florals in pinks, peach, & champagnes with gold accents were pulled in for the table decor under the tent. Three design styles decorated the guest tables. Together they harmonized the look of the day with interest, elegance, & fun!
Thank you to Michal-Kathryn Photography for sharing these gorgeous images!
Amy & Adam October 3, 2015
A favorite color palette of last year consisted of tones of burgundy, champagnes, & golds. This elegant fall wedding at Oak Hill Country Club absolutely captured the sentiment of the season.
The bouquets were loose & textural with dramatic pops of burgundy against softer tones of whites, champagnes, & gray greens. They included dahlias, roses, hydrangea, brunia berries, eucalyptus, & touches of gilded olive. We added fiddle fern into Amy’s bouquet for an added pop of color which also complimented Adam’s boutonniere.
The stately ballroom was a perfect backdrop for the elegant guest table pieces. Coordinating draping florals sat on top of tall pedestal vases filled with gold angel hair wire. This delicate wire gave them a beautiful shimmering effect in the chandelier & candlelit room.
Thank you to Rachel Liz Photography for these gorgeous images!
Carly & Ted August 8, 2015
If you had to describe this wedding in one word it would be: FUN! Thoughtful details were brought in to complement this couple’s freestyle personalities, especially with their flowers! The ceremony took place “in the round” in the courtyard of Max of Eastman Place.
Carly carried a romantic, classic white bouquet of dahlias, hydrangeas, & roses.
The color palette of vibrant oranges, bold yellows, & soft gray greens popped against the bridesmaids navy dresses. Flowers like zinnia, dahlia, pin cushion protea, & succulents made up the textural mix.
How can you not love these guys!!!
The head table & guest tables consisted of an eclectic mix of arrangements on tall pedestals & single blooms in modern bud vases. The colors drew your eye down the center of the tables & looked beyond dramatic against the navy linens.
Jenna & Jim August 29, 2015
This spectacular wedding took place on a gorgeous Saturday in August at the Greystone Golf Club in Walworth. Jenna & Jim’s vision for a romantic “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” wedding unfolded perfectly from start to finish.
The color palette consisted of deep rich berry tones & blush. A textural mix of garden roses, spray roses, stock flower, coxcomb, hydrangea, silver dollar eucalyptus, & olive gave this bouquet a fun & romantic, garden-like feel.
The ceremony took place on Greystone’s beautiful grounds. We created a simple but lush backdrop using birch, greenery & coordinating florals.
The real drama happened under the tent! This awesome collaboration came together with clever ingenuity. Lisa Murley, from Limedrop Events, envisioned the idea of hanging wooden planks to give a look of whimsey, fantasy, and romance. She, with the help of McCarthy Tents & Events, incorporated the groom’s hand made wooden planks, which then became our canvas that we filled with draping, dramatic florals & hanging votives. Lush greenery, garden roses, & hanging amaranthus truly gave this space that romantic vision of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”.
The table decor was just as striking. Jenna & Jim gilded over 100 different shaped & sized bottles. We added in vintage style clear glass & milk glass vases, filled with small hand tied bouquets & single blooms for an eclectic mix with dramatic pops of color.
Katie & David
September 7, 2012
The Rochester Plaza Hotel in Downtown Rochester was the setting of this unique floralscape. With a mixture of antique milk glass, 1940’s colored glass and modern glass cubes, a perfect juxtaposition of old and new was created.
Pink garden roses were mixed with pale green cone hydrangea, peach stock and dusty miller to create this lovely centerpieces set atop glass cubes. Completing the vignette, these arrangements were accompanied by small clusters of babies breath and other single flowers in each of the antique containers.
A bridal bouquet of white hydrangea and white stock is elegantly accented with antique brooches, giving it plenty of sparkle. This chic bouquet took center stage in the afternoon sun while the bride and groom said their I do’s.
The maid of honor carried a bouquet of pink and peach garden roses, accompanied by peach stock, lambs ear, dusty miller, succulents and antique brooches of its own. The bridesmaids carried bouquets similar to the maid of honor minus the brooches.
Vows were exchanged alongside the Genesee River. Hanging from gold chairs, mason jars filled with clusters of babies breath created a romantic aisle for the bride to walk down and meet her groom.
On either side of the couple, two large arrangements were placed on pillars to frame the ceremony and unify the space.
An antique birdcage “card box” added an extra element of vintage.
Thank you Tressa Ross of The Photo Loft for these gorgeous images!
Meghan & Erik
St. Mary’s Church in Canandaigua was the backdrop for this gorgeous fall wedding. Pomanders in greens, burgundies, & plums hung from ivory satin ribbon to line the aisle of this impressive church.
The bride carried a rich fall jewel toned bouquet. Her bridesmaids also carried jewel tones, but in lighter hues to complement their deep plum gowns.
At Bristol Harbour, the guest table arrangements were designed in three different styles, creating the contemporary look of mismatched table decor.
The sweetheart table was adorned with bud vases filled with fresh herbs & single blooms. The bride’s bouquet and the soft glow of candle light added that extra touch of romance.
Marissa & Tyler
The great lawn at Turning Stone Casino was the setting for this incredible summer wedding.
This bridal bouquet is whimsical and couture all at the same time. White ostrich feathers, cymbidium orchids, sahara roses and white hydrangea are wrapped with crystals for a one of a kind design that truly complimented this extraordinary dress.
The bridesmaids carried bouquets of green and fuchsia accented with peacock swords to compliment their fuchsia dresses.
An aisle lined with rose petals was complimented by mason jars hanging on Shepherds Hooks filled with lime green and pink flowers.
Two urns containing fresh apple branches, hydrangea, stock, and pink larkspur framed the bride and groom during their ceremony.
This entryway floral design is a perfect way to welcome guests to the reception space that awaits them. Hydrangea, roses along with other complimenting sat atop a vase filled with lime green apples and pearls draped from the bottom of this piece add the right amount of drama in an amazing space.
Jessica & Bryan
August 11, 2012
The Inn On The Lake in Canandaigua was the scene for this beautiful summertime wedding in hues of purple.
A mix of tall and short centerpieces created visual interest at all lines of sight. Small arrangements on crystal filled clear cubes of purple hydrangea, stock, and roses were a perfect pop of color on a white backdrop.
Dramatic floral arrangements filled with white hydrangea, light and dark purple stock, and purple roses were placed on top of tall water filled clear glass pilsner vases. Crystals draping from each of these arrangements added an elegant touch.
The bride carried a bouquet of white hydrangea, ivory roses, purple roses, white dendrobium orchids, purple stock and lavender freesia. It’s softness and elegance was complimented by a few crystal accents.
Her bridesmaids carried all purple flowers. Hydrangea, stock, roses, and freesia combined to create a lively bouquet.
At St Mary’s Church, pomanders hanging from satin ribbon framed the aisle. They were created of the same flowers as the brides bouquet, giving the floral vision a cohesive nature.
At the reception, they made for elegant topiaries on top of silver pedestals.
Krista & Jake
September 1, 2012
A private estate on Keuka Lake lent itself for a spectacular wedding in scenic Finger Lakes wine country.
The bride carried a bouquet filled with blush pink garden roses, dahlia, sahara roses, pale pink and peach stock, silver brunia, dusty miller, and lambs ear. This bouquet was the vision of romance on a perfect summer day.
Soft romantic pinks, peaches, and creams created a vintage atmosphere with a modern twist. Under a white sail tent erected just for this reception by McCarthy Tents & Events, their handmade farm tables were lined with floral arrangements of varying sizes in an eclectic selection of vases including birch pots, glazed clay containers and small mercury glass vases . Accompanying each grouping of flowers were votive candles, slices of birch wood, clay pots containing succulents and small glass vases with hand tied bouquets.
Pink garden roses and white dahlias are the focus and are complimented by white hydrangea, queen anne’s lace, gerrondo gerbera daisies and soft garden greenery.
Danielle & Matt
The bride carried an elegant white bouquet, adorned with jeweled brooches.
The bridesmaids carried coral and blue bouquets with an unexpected twist. Drawer pulls from Anthropology created a unique element to these one of a kind pieces.
To complete the vision, the groom and his groomsmen also had the drawer pulls incorporated into their boutonnieres.
On the tables there were clusters of varying sized mason jars filled with different floral arrangements, effectively creating a rustic yet modern design.