Greens and Whites...

Monday, September 29, 2008



Just a few images from Jasmine's pretty wedding recently. Her bridesmaids wore lovely chocolate gowns... we did a little fall mix of ivories, creams, whites, and vivid greens. Fall doesn't always have to be so literal in an interpretation of color! This wedding definitely didn't focus on those traditional vivid fall tones... we used green hypericum, roses, hydrangea, cymbidium orchid blooms, and trachelium.




Aren't the curly willow branches lots of fun? They add a slightly organic element without being overly rustic... in fact, I think they're pretty modern.




Above, a hydrangea pew marker. This is becoming a signature of mine... it's just such a simple, inexpensive and charming pew marker! One poof of lovely hydrangea, tied on with a romantic satin ribbon, makes quite an impact down the aisle!



And last but not least, a gorgeous piece at the altar. This arrangement was white oriental lilies, hydrangea, bells of ireland, green roses, green cymbidium orchid sprays, snapdragons, and green
trachelium. So many lovelies, so little time! :)

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