Archive for the ‘Green Flowers’ Category
We have a very colorful wedding to share with you! Kate and Michael were married in Orleans Square this past fall, followed by a reception at The Jepson Center.
The bouquets were composed of a variety of royal sunset lilies, circus roses, lisianthus, purple stock, craspedia, freedom roses, red dahlias, and orange vanda orchids.
My husband, Sean Driscoll, on guitar.
Heidie and Jacob’s vintage Roundhouse wedding was recently featured on Style Me Pretty Georgia! The photographers, Smitten & Hooked, did a great job capturing the rustic style of the museum. Thanks to Alysse at Morgan Gallo Events for coordinating the event, and to Smitten & Hooked for the beautiful photos!
A quip from the bride:
When it came to my bouquet and the boutonnieres, our florist helped us pick out perfect combinations. Since we were getting married in Savannah, I knew I wanted to incorporate cotton and wheat to give a great Southern feel. Cotton was used in my bouquet and my husband’s bout, and wheat was used in all the bouts. Many of our centerpieces were simple greenery, berries, and pieces of wheat or cotton.
Our 2013 shipment of flower girl baskets has arrived! Last year, we sold out in 1 week, so we’ve ordered plenty this time. The baskets are covered in paper hydrangea petals and come in soft pink, lavender and green. We can fill them with rose petals or an arrangement of your favorite bridal flowers. They can be adorned with ribbons, butterflies, twine, etc……whatever you can imagine. Call to reserve yours today!
Claire and Eddie were married at Whitefield Chapel at Bethesda by Reverend Wayne Cobb this past April, followed by a reception at the Roundhouse Museum. We’ve known Claire for 6 years now and we were delighted to do her wedding flowers. A bunch of elements in her wedding were handmade by Claire, her friends and family- her dad even pulled an all-nighter the day before the wedding to make all the cakes! That sweet, little custom cake topper was created by The Small Object, which captures the couple perfectly. Claire’s design boutique The Nimbus Factory created the invitations and save the dates.
A huge thanks to Jade and Matthew Take Pictures for these wonderful photos!
The bride collected vintage hankies for each of her bridesmaids.
Her brother Vinny sang, and the bride’s close friends accompanied him on violin, guitar and piano.
Guestbook Thumbprint Train created by Bleu de Toi
She used Martha Stewart paint chips from Lowe’s for her place cards and hung them from an old ladder.
She collected all of the milk glass, jars and apothecary bottles and the flowers looked oh so lovely in them!