I can't even begin telling you how much I enjoyed working on this wedding! I've been looking forward to it ever since the bride- Lauren- explained her vision and how she was busy collecting vintage tin cans to use as containers... and that was many months ago. I love vintage stuff- especially rustic stuff like cans, crates and other things that tell a story. And, I was thrilled that she wanted to use mainly orange dahlias- which I totally, absolutely and completely LOVE. This is one gorgeous flower- vibrant, fun, fluffy.... just amazing. Also, the wedding was held at Meditech in Canton, which is an absolutely unique and beautiful venue. My dad used to work in that building years ago, and even as an indifferent teenager it made an impression on me. This is no ordinary office building. If you don't know it, and are looking for somewhere unique and romantic, and magical for your wedding.. check it out! The atrium is really very special. Anyway, here are a few pics I took yesterday. When I get some professional ones I'm sure I'll post those too!
Sunday, October 21, 2012
Friday, October 19, 2012
In my last post I admitted how much I love white flowers. White, white, white- so classic, so clean, so simply elegant. I had mainly white flowers for my own wedding. But, that's not to say that I don't ADORE colorful bouquets. In fact, I love them equally as much as white arrangements. I guess I just love flowers- in every color, variety, shape and style. Here is just a sampling of the many vibrant bridal bouquets we've provided over the years... these are some of the ones that make me wish (just a teeny bit) that I'd thrown a little color into my own big day!!
Posted by Suzanne at 2:54 AM
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
I love white flowers! I have to admit it.. I do. There is just something so elegant and classic about an all white bouquet or table piece. Pair a monochromatic arrangement with black accents and drape them with crystals and you really do have a wow factor! Featured here a recent Saphire Estate wedding. I loved how the table linens tied everything together! Beautiful. Congrats Nicole and George!