Monday, November 15, 2010

Jeniece and Ferris - Drama in red, white, and black.

Jeniece wanted a color scheme that would "wow" her guests at her wedding at the Mansion at Ridley Creek State Park. She certainly achieved that with dramatic red, white, and black for her flowers and her table linens. It just goes to show you that you can make a statement with color and not have huge flower arrangements on the tables.

Jeniece's bouquet was made up of red Freedom roses. Ferris wore a matching boutonniere.
The Maid of Honor carried white roses with red pins in their center. Bridesmaids carried white roses with crystal clear pins in their center. Groomsmen wore boutonnieres of white roses.

Mini Eiffel towers were filled with spraying grass and red spray roses for the cocktail tables.

Jeniece wanted high and low centerpieces for her tables. For the high centerpieces, I filled Eiffel tower vases with black bubbles. I made pomanders of red carnations to sit on the top. I thought both centerpieces looked terrific with the black tablecloths and red napkins.

I banded black square vases with red ribbon and layered the top with white carnations with black pins for the low pieces. The contrasting table runners provided even more "pop" on the tables.

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