Lauren & Mike
May 27, 2012
The bride carried a soft, romantic bouquet in pinks, green, & blues. Trailing ribbons in different textures of ivory gave it a vintage feel.
Set at Glenora Wine Cellars in Dundee, NY overlooking scenic Seneca Lake.
Floral vision was created with pink peonies, accompanied by green and blue hydrangea. These whimsical arrangements hung from Shepard hooks and successfully framed the brides walk to her groom. , overlooking scenic Seneca Lake…..
These whimsical arrangements hung from shepherd hooks and successfully framed the bride’s walk to her groom.
Barbara & Richard
North 40 Photography highlighted the beauty of these elegant floral pieces for a second marriage that took place at Irondequoit Country Club. Picasso mini cala lillies were complemented by succulents, plum colored dendrobium orchids, ivory roses, scabiosa pods, silver brunia, and pheasant feathers for a one of a kind design.
The reception was Illustrated by centerpieces set atop silver spindles, effectively complementing the beauty of this already exceptional room.
Sarah & Eian
May 5, 2012
The bride carried green cymbidium orchids complemented by ivory satin ribbon and crystals. Her grooms boutonnière was a perfect match.
The ceremony was adorned with pomanders created from button pom poms, hydrangea and stock in a palette of lime green and purple.
Framed perfectly, the couple said their vows in front of a floral arbor created
from the same flowers.
I had the pleasure of participating this year with my Studio 180 colleague, Lisa Murley of LimedropEvents.com. We also had the help of graphic artist Sarah DeVita of MintRoyale.etsy.com for all our printed media.
We created four vignettes in four color pallets with different table details to accent each mood.
Fun, bold, and vibrant hot pink and orange.
Chair pomander of orange carnations with a hot pink gerbera daisy.
Elegant and romantic in blush pinks, creams, and gold.
Our 8 foot beddazzled cherry tree made a pretty dramatic backdrop!
A bit of a quirky color combination of creams, copper, and teal. The teal accents brought in from peacock feathers, old books, and even a couple of drawer pulls from Anthropologie.
A bit of ultra modern in blacks, purples, & burgundies.
This bouquet turned out to be my fav. It was part of the show’s “bouquet gallery”. Check out the blackberries and those gorgeous garden roses!
Also thanks to Dolce CupCakery for the amazing displays and to Ted Collins Tree & Landscape for our awesome tree!