Monday, April 27, 2009

Allison & Tom - Happy Hydrangea

Mr. and Mrs. K. had a beautiful wedding at Manor House on Saturday. Guests were greeted by a flower "K" on the door.

Allison loves hydrangea, so we used it in as many places as possible. Here it was placed in a double tiered black wired basket which was placed inside the hearth at Manor House.

Allison chose pink, green, and white with accents of brown for her wedding colors. Her bouquet was made up of a touch of ruscus, Esperance roses, and white ranunculus. Yes, these are ranunculus in her bouquet - not white roses! They were fantastic. I have never worked with ranunculus that huge before. I just loved them and thought Allison's bouquet was so pretty, feminine, and full.

Bridesmaids carried bouquets of pink ranunculus surrounded by gaylax leaves and a matching pink bow. The MOH carried white ranunculus as her bouquet. The unopened white ranunculus added a touch of green to her bouquet.

We used beautiful white washed baskets of baby's breath, hydrangea, pink roses, and gladiolus at the church. The two baskets looked lovely flanking the altar.

The placecard table was enhanced by a triple tiered cake plate filled with "layers" of flowers. Crystals and beading dangled from each of the layers. This piece looked fabulous and of course, white and pink hydrangea crowned the top of the arrangement.

Three different centerpieces were used on the tables. Allison made monogrammed cards which we placed on ribbon and used on squares of hydrangea, tulips, bouvardia, and ranunculus. Pink floral foam was enhanced in squares by pink and brown polka dotted ribbon at the base. A variety of pink and white flowers were mixed with brown hypericum berries. The third centerpiece contained various heights of pillar candles nestled in pink rose petals on a gold charger plate that looked so pretty on the gold and ivory tablecloths.

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