Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Although the rain moved their gazebo wedding inside, love prevailed as Amanda and Alex tied the knot at the Manor in Euclid. Amanda carried a bright bouquet of white and pink mini calla lilys and pruple dendrobium orchids with leaf accent. The nine bridesmaids carried similar bouquets with orchids and calla lilys in white bouquete holders which doubled as half the centerpiecs for the reception. The bouquets were set in tall tower vases; the other half of the arrangements contained the same bright beautiful orchids and calla lilys also set into tower vases. Orchids and calla lilys accnted the cake and chuppah giving the room a romantic and inviting feel. quet
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Allison and Jeff married outside on a gorgeous summer day at the always beautiful Stan Hywett Hall & Gardens. As she walked down aisle Allison carried a hand tied bouquet of white roses, mini calla lilies and ranunculus with a pink stargazer lily accent. Her Bridesmaids each held a bouquet of pale pink roses, ranunculus with an accent of white mini callas which complimented the shade of their pale green dresses and the Groomsmens pale pink rose boutonnieres. Golf fans, the Bride and Groom held the reception at Firestone Country Club in Akron, where pink ranunculus and bells of ireland centerpieces complimented the Bridal party flowers creating a elegant summer feel. Thanks to melissa rudick photography for the photos.
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
For Lindsay & Jim's wedding at St. Mary's Church in Berea, the flowers were based off the color and design of their delicately patterned invitations, which had shades of blue flowers. Delphinium flowers matched perfectly and comes in several shades of blue, a perfect fit! Just like Lindsay and Jim! Lindsay choose all white for her hand tied bouquet with full ivory roses, lisianthus and gardenia accents for a elegant, textured look. The Bridesmaids in two shades of blue dresses carried bouquets of ivory roses with shades of blue delphinium. To match the Bridesmaids the Groomsmen had rose boutonnieres with an accent of delphinium while the Groom wore a ivory rose and spray rose boutonniere. The blue delphinium flowers matched wonderfully with the decor of the reception and the amazing blue sky for a perfect wedding day.
Monday, October 11, 2010
Elizabeth and Wesley’s wedding combined a garden ceremony with a bright downtown hip reception. The ceremony was held at Gloria Day in Hudson, the Bride carried a bouquet of roses in pale pink, buttercup yellow and ivory with pale pink gerbera daises. Elizabeth choose to accent her bouquet with a family prayer Bible. Hydrangeas, roses and alstromeria accented the altar arrangements to create a garden feel that went with the whitewashed charm of the church interior. The Bridesmaids carried clusters of roses, gerbera daises and alstromeria in bright pinks, oranges and yellows. Bright pops of color continued at the Hyatt Arcade in Downtown Cleveland for the reception. Vases of white hydrangeas with pops of red, yellow and orange roses decorated each table and accented the navy blue of the linens. The hydrangeas continued the garden theme of the ceremony but combined with the roses and well chosen linens looked great in a city setting providing the color needed to accent the Arcade, melding garden and city together.
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Angeline and Leland married on a lovely fall day at the Cleveland Natural History Museum. To compliment the unique atmosphere of the museum, the couple choose bright fall colors with accents of peacock feathers. Angeline's bouquet of mini orange calla lilies and feathers is an excellent example of how visual interest and vibrant color can be created with just a few elements. Each of the five bridesmaids carried bouquets of mini red calla lilies, roses and peacock feathers.
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Purple flowers are a popular and versatile choice for weddings. It goes with almost every color and can be used with other colors to create the perfect wedding color palette. A variety of flowers in shades of purple can be used to create texture or one single shade of a flower can be used to create an impact. For example shades of purple can be mixed with one or more of the following: yellow, pink, green, black, red. Flower choices in purple are many; iris, mini calla lily, roses (lavender), stock, freesia, mums, delphinium, larkspur, hydrangea, orchids, lisianthus and sweet peas. Purple flowers can also be used at any time of the year, try lavender with yellow or pink for a spring wedding or a deep eggplant for the winter or late fall.
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Flower girls don’t just have to throw petals anymore. There are several options for one of the youngest members of your Bridal party and since many churches no longer allow petal throwing you can try one of these great ideas. Have your Flower girl hold a tiny version of the Bridesmaids bouquets or hold a basket with flower tops inside. Another option for older Flower girls is a flowered headpiece or pomander. All of these choices can fit into your big day, just keep in mind what will work with your other flowers and what will fit with the age and personality of your Flower girl.
Monday, January 18, 2010
A bright August wedding needs bright colorful flowers. Stephanie and Brent choose red as their main color with white and black accents. The red and white flowers went perfectly with Stephanie's red wedding dress. Stephanie carried a hand tied bouquet of white roses, alstromeria, stock and mini spray roses with splashes of red roses. The Bridesmaids carried all red bouquets of roses and alstromeria. The reception was held at Windows on the River and to adorn their tables, square vases with clear glass marbles and a single floating red rose created simple and elegant centerpieces.