Winter funeral flowers

December 22, 2008

Here is a soft selection, for the passing of an elegant lady.  The soft pearl and shell tones of the spray roses,  hybrid roses, and peonies along with the cascading cedar greenery, and soft tone of the seeded eucci.

The elegant comination is perfect for any time of the year, and for a peaceful elegant and comforting look.  The looks very handsome on a rich tone casket, a wood tone or even a brushed nickle.

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Magical Centerpiece

December 21, 2008

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A delightful fairy sitting on one of our fancy blown glass bowls, we added water and floated glass “bubbles” for a magical table setting, perfect for a party, holiday, or Tea Party celebration, even a fairy tale wedding!

My door stocking Christmas

December 11, 2008

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I used up all the damaged toys, ornaments and scraps, spray the insulation foam on a piece of plywood. Working extra fast make a three D collage for a door topper.  I then hung it over the door, placing yard clippings of evergreen around the top.  Stuffed misfit toys in the stocking after I filled the foot with old plastic bags. and topped it with more evergreens.  placed my old red Colombian on the step.  Cheap and easy, and I can store it, and use it in five years and it will be new and fresh again.

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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

Fall Cornucopia

November 1, 2008

Here is a particularly warm and inviting arrangement created using gourds, roses, wheat, apples, sunflowers, and lilies, all put in a natural woven vine cornucopia.

Perfect for the Thanksgiving table

Perfect for the Thanksgiving table

Close up

Close up

And one more for good measure

And one more for good measure

Harvest Wedding

October 25, 2008

Just recently we completed a wedding for a woman in Warwick.  She wanted to do a fall themed wedding, with a very light and airy feeling.  We used a multitude of nuts and fruit, combined with ribbon, autumn leaves, orchids, pumpkins and gerbera daisies.

The nuts and fruit have been touched with some gold paint and glitter

The nuts and fruit have been touched with some gold paint and glitter

The candle lit

The candle lit

The brides table

The brides table

Reception table

Reception table

Gift Box

Gift Box

Reception table

Reception table

Mantle decorations

Mantle decorations

Mantle lit

Mantle lit

After decorating the cake... not sure why green frosting was used

After decorating the cake... not sure why green frosting was used

Cake

Mmm... Cake

Top of cake

Top of cake

So yea… pretty much the best autumn themed wedding ever.

Sympathy Angel

September 27, 2008

Here we have two different sympathy arrangements, both incorporating an angel garden statue.

The first one is a plant basket with cut flower accents

Both plants and the angel can be put in the garden afterwards

Both plants and the angel can be put in the garden afterwards

The second piece was for the funeral ceremony and was a cut flower arrangement

This arrangement however... it cannot be planted

This arrangement however... it cannot be planted

Baby Shower

September 26, 2008

We recently did a baby shower that was held in the adjacent restaurant.  The organizer wanted colourful bouquets, with a summery feel and we were only too happy to oblige.  The table centerpieces were created using flowers such as daisies, roses, rose hips, and small sunflowers.  They were put in glass cube vases wrapped with ribbon and finally “garnished” with butterflies.

There were a total of four centerpieces

There were a total of four centerpieces

notice the rose petals scattered on the table

notice the rose petals scattered on the table

This arrangement was created using Hydrangea, roses, cabbage, miniature cymbeduim orchid, grasses, and several other plants able to be grown in gardens around RI.  It was placed in the recent favourite pea-pod vase.