Amy chose a Spring color palette of pink and white with accents of silver for her wedding at Tendenza in Northern Liberties. For her bouquet I combined light pink alstromeria, white gerber daisies, pink daisy mums, white freesia, and pink waxflower. I added some rhinestone sprays into the mix and wrapped the stems in silver ribbon.
Brian's boutonniere was made from matching flowers from Amy's bouquet.
Bridesmaids' bouquets are displayed in vases on the credenza in the ballroom. I made them with similar flowers to Amy's but in the opposite colors - pink gerber daisies, white alstromeria, and white daisies. Groomsmen wore boutonnieres of white freesia.
The couples' pet rabbit was the star of the cocktail table arrangements done in silver cups.
An arrangement of pretty cherry blossom branches was all that was needed in this soft pink vase for the placecard table.
We used three different centerpieces for the tables at Amy's wedding. For the first, I made bouquets of blooming cherry blossom branches with tall pink and white flowers and dropped them into tall glass cylinders.
I made the second set of centerpieces in small silver champagne buckets with lots of pink and white Spring flowers.
On low, long silver containers, I made "rafts" of birch branches which held heads of pink hydrangea. Something different but works for the four outside long tables at the ballroom.
Just as it should be, the bride and groom's sweetheart table is the most important table in the room. So impressive with those big chairs!
A big thank you to Amy and Brian for having me help you with your special day! I can see why you loved Tendenza!