Monday, May 18, 2009

Melissa & Joe - Soft pinks and greens at Knowlton Mansion

Melissa's color pallete for her wedding were soft and lovely pinks and greens, with a touch of brown. We were also able to try something new at this wedding. We created a "bed" of carnations into which we placed a "B" of roses. Knowlton Mansion has a rectangular table onto which placecards are placed. It's hard to do a large tall arrangement in this area, so we created this piece - which I think was really cute. Melissa also had Synergetic Sounds create a light monogram on the dance floor wall that looked really pretty. No one was going to forget that the Boyces were in the house!

Melissa held a soft looking bouquet of hydrangea, ranunculus, green carnations, and Ladies Mantle. We wrapped her stems in pink satin ribbon secured by a line of soft green pins.

Bridesmaids held dainty bouquets of ranunculus and bouvardia.

We used antique looking white wicker containers to hold lots and lots of Baby's breath - and a large pink bow - at the ceremony pergola.

An old-fashioned looking arrangement of roses, Queen Anne's lace, green carnations, football mums, and flat fern graced the entry table. It fit right in with Knowlton's old fashioned look.

Three centerpieces of varying heights were placed on the tables. High pieces were filled with cherry blossoms, apples, and beading. Green apples made another appearance in the mid-height centerpieces topped off with hydrangea, Esperance roses, and angel vine. Low centerpieces consisted of tulips, curly willow, pink roses, and touches of cherry blossoms.

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