Monday, August 2, 2010

Angela & Joe - Perfect Pinwheels!

Angela and Joe wanted a joyful, happy wedding full of white, yellow, and green flowers. Angela decided to make whimsical, colorful pinwheel placecards for guests to pluck from green grass in order to find their seats. What a fun way to start off a reception. And she did an amazing job!

Angela chose mini sunflowers, with green centers and stephanotis with green pins in them, for her bouquet. A huge "thank you" to her fabulous photographer Denise Mabilog, for sharing some of her pictures with me. Angela and her family worked hard on many of the details of her wedding. It's easy to see that a lot of love went into making this wedding so special.

Bridesmaids carried bouquets of yellow and white daisies. I sewed daisy buttons onto the stem wrap to match.

Large antique white wicker containers held a mass of Baby's Breath and bright yellow and green fugi mums on each side of the altar at church.

A close up picture by Denise Mabilog shows how cute the placecard pinwheels were.

The tall flower container filled with sunflower seeds was placed in the center of the wheat grass sections. The boxes that held the grass were built and decorated by Angela's talented parents. The whimsical pinwheels that Angela and her mom made for placecards were placed in the grass. This was such an adorable idea!

Very cute triple glass containers in yellow and green were filled with individual flowers and placed on cocktail tables.

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