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!

Fruit and flower arrangements

November 26, 2008

Fruit and flower centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table, adds the flavor of the season.

Fruit and flower centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table, adds the flavor of the season.

The textures and colors come together when I gather flowers, to match the dinning room, the table cloth, and the china pattern.
We can make a pink and rose color dinning room look thanksgiving and fall like, by adding red apples, beige wheat, purple cabbage flowers, brown pears, red, cream, and honey tone roses and orchids.  Go ahead and call me for some suggestions!  Michael

A selection of fruits, nuts, and your family!

A selection of fruits, nuts, and your family!

Almost every family has a few fruits and nuts as members, but here we are talking about the holiday mantle decoration.  This can be created for Thanksgiving as shown, or change the ribbon, and switch the orange pumpkins and brown pears and fall flowers to red apples and green pears, along with the nuts, and a few flowers, Holly and back to adding the candles.  The best part is that after the family nuts go back home, you can eat the fruit!

This is a lovley fall bouquet, for a wedding party.  The attendents have rish red tone dresses.  The random cascade sets a carefree yet elegant look to a formal event.

This is a lovely fall bouquet, for a wedding party. The attendants have rich red tone dresses. The random cascade sets a carefree yet elegant look to a formal event.

Rich Fall Flowers

November 23, 2008

Fall centerpiece

Rich colors of the season, remind us of Tuscany.  This table is for a fall wedding celebration, but the combination is perfect for any family gathering.  Cabbages, sunflowers, roses, red rover mums, and Gerber add the rich textures to this design.

Wedding Whites

November 17, 2008

A handsome arrangement perfect to accent a guest book table. Sea shells and soft shell colors or blush roses and ivory hydrangia and other pink flowers carry out the theme.

A handsome arrangement perfect to accent a guest book table. Sea shells and soft shell colors or blush roses and ivory hydrangia and other pink flowers carry out the theme.

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

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.

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

Tropical Wedding Shower

August 23, 2008

The second arrangement

Tropical Centerpiece

For this series of arrangements, a particularly artistic client wanted colourful and summery (but not too crazy) table arrangements. We opted to go with oranges and purples to give the shower a tropical and exotic feeling.  There were going to be eight tables at the shower and we needed to keep the arrangements short enough so that guests could see each other over them.  We used roses, tritoma, pin cushion, protea, birds of paradise, orchids, assorted eucalyptus, and other tropical plants such that each arrangement looked different.  For the pictures below I picked out two of my favorite arrangements out of the eight.

As you can see, we used a 5x5x5 clear glass cube vase

As you can see, we used a 5x5x5" clear glass cube vase

The birds of paradise incorporate all the colours we used throughout the arrangement

The birds of paradise incorporate all the colours we used throughout the arrangement

The oranges and purples compliment each other immensley

The oranges and purples compliment each other immensely

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