Monday, November 8, 2010

Pam and John - Under water at the Radnor Hotel

It was very important to me to get the flowers for this wedding just right because the mother of the groom is one of my oldest and dearest friends. Marlyne and her daughters looked beautiful, as pictured. Pam, the bride was radiant. She chose a wonderful color pallette of ivory, peach, and green, which looked so pretty together. Pam had also requested that the flowers in her centerpieces be under water.
I think that we made all her wishes come true.
Pam's bouquet was made up of peach roses, white mini calla lilies, ivory lisianthus, and scattered green dendrobium blooms. I just love the color and texture of her bouquet.

John's boutonniere was made up of a white mini calla lily with a green dendrobium orchid bloom at the base.

This is a photo of the entire beautiful Caruolo family. Bridesmaids carried bouquets made up of peach and ivory spray roses mixed with hypericum berries. They all wore stephanotis in their hair. Groomsmen wore ivory rose boutonnieres. Isn't this one good looking group?
I did a very tall arrangement of peach, green and white flowers to decorate the placecard table.

White hydrangea interspersed with green hypericum berries sat in little orange glass containers on the cocktail tables.

And finally, in tall cylinders of water, I submerged two standard sized white calla lilies which sat on polished river rocks. There were also two underwater acolytes that lit up the flowers - which would look much better in a nightime picture.

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