Friday, June 17, 2011

Genevieve & Max - Dazzling Damask

Genevieve had found some wonderful damask boxes which she wanted to use as centerpieces for her wedding at Normandy Farms. We chose pink as an accent color for her black and white color palette. Finding some wonderful damask ribbons helped to complete the "look" that Genevieve was after.

Genevieve carried a bouquet of pink roses and scattered stephanotis. Max wore stephanotis as his boutonniere as well. Bridesmaids' bouquets were made up of just the pink roses with groomsmen wearing the same.

Heads of white hydrangea were tied with pretty pink ribbon onto the pews at St. Mary's .

Blessed Mother flowers can be as simple or as extravagant as you like. Genevieve chose to use three white roses. And I always use blue ribbon because that's Mary's color.

For the placecard table, I glued orchids and crystals to a manzanita branch secured in a black vase topped with fluffy carnations.

Damask and black ribbon were both used to wrap tall rectangular vases of white hydrangea which graced the cocktail tables.

I wrapped damask ribbon around glass squares which I placed on half of the guest tables. Those vases were filled with pink hydrangea and white roses.

On the other half of the tables, I used the damask boxes that Genevieve had found. Those were filled with white hydrangea and pink roses.

And finally, more damask ribbon was used around the small square vases and the pillar candles on the sweetheart table - a lovely finishing touch for a wonderful couple.


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