I absolutely loved working with this couple! I first have to thank Janet Martineau from Floral Verde for passing my name along to Mike while sitting next to him on a plane. Mike & Lindsay got in touch with me and the rest is history! Their ceremony was at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church and The Arts Ballroom in Philadelphia. I have to say I am so excited to see the professional photos.
The bridal bouquet featured open white spray roses, blush parrot tulips, white mini cymbidium orchid blossoms, light pink garden roses and dusty miller foliage. To add some additional embellishment we added satin and lace ribbon in different shades of soft white, ivory, blush.
The bridesmaids had vintage inspire bouquets featuring blush parrot tulips, sweet eskimo roses, light pink mini cymbidium orchids and open white spray roses accented with dusty miller foliage. The stems were wrapped with a base of gold satin and covered with lace.
The wrist corsages for the moms and reader.
And no post would be complete without a couple of pictures of the centerpieces!
The bride and groom’s sweetheart table arrangement.
The guest centerpiece
Valentine’s got me thinking about all of the things I love about working with flowers. Since I didn’t start this blog until recently I want to share some of my favorite past arrangements.
This was actually the place card table arrangement for my wedding. I wanted something large and dramatic, so I clustered pedestal vases together and filled them with sprays of long white hawaiian dendrobium orchids, orange buffalo mokara orchids, sword fern and hanging amaranthus.