Friday, May 15, 2009

Hayli and Joe - A Profusion of Pretty Peacock Feathers

Under an arch with a spray made from gorgeous blue/purple delphinium, larkspur, hydrangea, eryngium, limonium, and greens, Hayli and Joe got married at Center Square GC last weekend. I had a blast working with Hayli. She's very creative and allowed us to come up with some really fun long as we incorporated LOTS of peacock feathers. No problem of course!

Hayli carried a textured mix of green roses, lily grass, eryngium, larkspur, hypericum berries and of course, peacock feathers. We pinned the black satin ribbon using the colors in the feathers. Hayli looked so pretty posing with her Dad.

Bridesmaids carried a natural mix of feathers, larkspur, roses, hypericum berries and bear grass loops.

Hayli painted her cocktail table containers with a fleur di lis to match a treasure chest for envelopes which she also painted. She used my black wire "trees" to hang her placecards from. I think the peacock roosting on the top is terrific.

Three types of centerpiece incorporating lots of peacock feathers among the flowers, were used. The lows were cylinders of many types of green, purple and blue flowers on a "mat" Hayli made of the feathers. I love this one. Medium height centerpieces consisted of vases of purple glass with green hydrangea and black branches dotted with green orchids. And finally, tall cylinders, containing black marbles and a trio of peacock feathers were topped off with lots of greens, black branches, and stems of purple and white dendrobium orchids.

And what peacock feather wedding would be complete without feathes on the green waterfall of flowers on the cake.!

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