Winter Wedding

November 16, 2008

Now for a break from the Christmas displays, we have two wedding bouquets for your perusal.

First is one made using pink roses, posie callalillies, and hypericum.

Top View

Top View


Side view

Next up we have another bridal bouquet, only this time it is white and has Ivory Roses, Lisianthus, and Limonium

Top view of the white bouquet

Top view of the white bouquet

Side View

Side View

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Gerbera and Chocolate Wedding

September 12, 2008

Gerbera daisies, chocolate center, stock, and hypericum.  That’s what it takes to make the most delicious and innovative (not to mention tastefully simple and clean) wedding of the season.

This wedding was just recently (a few days ago) hosted at the Waterman Grill in Providence, RI.  The chocolate brown with white was something wanted by the bride, (we jokingly showed her the brown ribbon with a leopard print ribbon underneath…  which actually didn’t look that bad).  Upon first sitting down with us she had said that none of the other florists she had visited could figure out what she wanted… as you can see we did:

The brown tablecloth looked amazing

The brown tablecloth looked amazing

As you can see, the colors of the wedding were complimented by the colors of the room

As you can see, the colors of the wedding were complimented by the colors of the room

Take that Martha Stewart!

Take that Martha Stewart!

The cake, post-decoration

The cake, post-decoration

mmm... delicious

mmm... delicious

Garden in a Peapod

September 6, 2008

Hello folks, sorry for the lack of updates… school is starting up again and professors usually frown upon my furiously typing in class…

Anyways, this arrangement is for a real gardener and plant lover.  We used a ceramic pea pod container and filled it with a large variety of plants, such as Stars of Bethlehem, Tritoma, Lavender Roses, Tuber Roses, Cabbage, Gerbera, Adriatic Lilies, Rose Hips, Pink Spray Roses, and Rosemary.

A garden in a peapod

A garden in a peapod

Cabbages and Butterflies

Cabbages and Butterflies

A little spanish moss really brings out the colors of the roses... its a good thing

A little spanish moss really brings out the colors of the roses... its a good thing

Notice how the butterfly pulls the oranges and whites down into the core of the arrangement

Notice how the butterfly pulls the oranges and whites down into the core of the arrangement

I love the macro function on this camera!

I love the macro function on this camera!

Glamour shot

Glamour shot

Heres a centerpiece done for a wedding table… one down fifteen more to go.   We used various colored hydrangeas and roses, sticking to pink and white pastels in a crystal vase.  This definitely fits the bill for a classic style wedding.

The overall height of the centerpiece is approximatley 2 feet

The overall height of the centerpiece is approximatley 2 feet

Close up

Close up

Summer Arrangement

July 23, 2008

Heres a $65 arrangement that was just done today that called for sunflowers, yellow spray roses, alstro, yarrow and lillys.  After much debate, we decided to put it in a clear cylindrical vase with rocks and (fake) lemon slices as accents.

a little lemon helps accent the glass vase... its a good thing

a little lemon helps accent the glass vase... its a good thing

 

The yellows in the spray roses was especially good this week

 

Front

Front

 

Alternate View

Alternate View