Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Spring at last!

Carolyn and Matt's Cambridge wedding was like a breath of fresh air, and a much needed preview of Spring! They held their lovely ceremony and reception at the Harvard Museum of Natural History and the day could not have been prettier. Their choice of flowers really enhanced the feel that spring has finally arrived in our sun and warmth starved state and it was sheer joy to create and set up the flowers! Tulips, anemones, lilacs and vibernum in cheerful shades of yellow, orange, white and green - really just a perfect combination for this beautiful March day. And, if you're looking for a unique venue- check out the museum. They don't have many events there, but clearly they do things right! Or, check it out just to visit (it's free on Sunday mornings if you are a resident!) http://www.hmnh.harvard.edu/

the bride's bouquet- a mix of tulips, white lilac, anemone, vibernum and craspedia



boutonnieres- ranuculus and craspedia tied with twine



one of the cocktail table arrangements



vibrant tulips in a sweet rustic container

another burst of color!

some of the tables featured tulips simply arranged in glass