Monday, October 12, 2009

Sarah and Joe - Magic at Manor House

I do have to say that Sarah is one of the most talented brides that I've ever worked with. She was very involved with the details of her wedding and created some wonderful things with which to decorate Manor House. I hope to get pictures of the wreath she made for the door and the letters she painted for the entryway mantle. She does beautiful work and I'd hire her in a minute if anyone needs a special craft made for their wedding. Plus she is a lovely lady as well!

Sarah's bouquet was so "happy" - just like Sarah! It was made up of dark pink roses, orange roses, dark pink mini gerbers, orange mini gerbers, and bright green hypericum berries. We tied it off with a sash of bright pink ribbon. Joe wore a boutonniere of a dark pink rose surrounded by an orange wire halo.

Sarah's bridal party carried bouquets of brightly colored gerber daisies. Groomsmen wore boutonnieres of orange roses surrounded by green hypericum berries.

Brightly colored arrangements framed Sarah and Joe at their ceremony.

The placecard table arrangement was a bright mix of pink, green, and orange flowers plus a lot of swirly ting ting to add some fun!

We used lime green "rain" in these squares that sat on the cocktail tables. Inside we placed bright pink gerber daisies and added more swirls of orange ting ting.

This arrangement is probably my favorite because it was truly a collaborative effort between Sarah and myself. She painted the pot and made the "balls" of yarn in her wedding colors. I added all of the flowers. I just love how this piece turned out. It looked so bright seated on the ledge in the entryway fireplace.

We put an assortment of flowers in various bottles that Sarah collected on the mantles in the livingroom.

The sweetheart table was decorated with roses and pink hydrangea used in the table centerpieces.

We did a variation of a centerpiece in the same types of flowers, but in different colors in vases that Sarah wrapped in ribbon. So pretty and colorful!

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