Congratulations to my beautiful friend Amy and her new husband Don! I had the pleasure of doing her flowers for her reception this past week. Their colors were eggplant and sage.
I made these arch pieces for the gazebo that the family stood under for the line. There was a lantern piece on each corner.
The outdoor reception was so beautiful with good food, good people, and beautiful flowers. It's so fun to be able to share what I love with my friends and be a part of their very special day. Thanks Amy and Don!
This is the bouquet I made for my own bridals! My fiance is in the Air Force so we included his hat, which made for a cool picture, because it shows both our professions.
The bouquet consists of roses, gerbera daises, queen anne's lace (dyed blue), carnations, and blueberries, and pittosporum.
When planning my own wedding, I came up with the color scheme of blue and orange. Of course when I told people, including my fiancé and mother-in-law, they said, "Like the Broncos?" No!! So I started telling people it was the colors of blueberries and peaches. Sounds more appealing, right?
So soon enough, blueberries and peaches were being incorporated into our wedding decor. This bouquet attests to that. In an effort to get more blue into the bouquet, there are strings of blueberries looping out among the flowers.
Photos courtesy of Kelli West Photography
The wedding I did last week was so cute! The colors were purple and green (obviously) but they had some pretty sweet stuff that made it a little different than most. I did all the line flowers and centerpieces.
The centerpieces were really fun to do! They were made of 3 different heights of vases. The smallest ones were hypericum, green roses, and button mums.
I love when people use fruit in there decor and green apples are really fun. The tallest vases were purple lisianthus, and when we ran out of that we used purple stock.
This was the last wedding I got to help with at Sleepy Ridge, besides my own. I've really enjoyed working there and I loved the people I worked with. I learned a ton and I can't wait to take that knowledge with me as I move on to big adventures.
Okay, this wedding wasn't really a circus but the colors reminded me of one. The second I walked in the flower room I got so excited to see all the bright colored flowers. Different is always fun. The colors for this wedding were basically hot pink and orange and I guess the accent colors were blue and purple. I did all the line flowers.
One of the bridesmaid bouquets. It consists of pink and orange roses, purple stock, and pitt.
This was a really fun wedding to do because it was such fun colors! It's fun to get a little different sometimes and stray away from the classic color schemes.
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