Thursday, March 31, 2016

Casie & Ken - The Joy of Spring

It's the beginning of Spring and with it comes beautiful, bright colors!  This was Casie's sentiment as well and she proved it by using such wonderful, happy colors for her marriage to Ken.We were also able to take advantage of some wonderful seasonal flowers.   So for Casie's bouquet, we used bright pink Esperance roses, calla lilies, and gigantic orange ranunculus!  Some were so large they looked like peonies!   Ken wore a matching calla lily boutonniere.

Casie's bridesmaid's carried what I like to call "joyful" bouquets.  The orange, bright pink, and yellow bouquets actually made me smile while I was putting them together.  To me, nothing says orange like Asian lilies!  We used Esperance roses for the groomsmen's boutonnieres.

Those bright orange lilies also appeared at church - in the aisle at the family rows and again on the altar.

Congratulations to Casie and Ken!  I hope the rest of your married life is as bright and happy as the beginning. 

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Quynh and Kevin - Pretty in Pink

The stunning wall of flowers shown below was created by my bride Quynh as a backdrop for her marriage ceremony to Kevin. Due to my terrible computer skills I can only share part of it, but you get the idea.  It is just gorgeous and as you've noticed, contains lots of pink.  So when we created her bouquet, it contained both light pink and dark pink flowers with some contrasting green as well.   Kevin is wearing one of the dark pink ranunculus as his boutonniere.

Quynh wanted her bridesmaids to wear corsages instead of holding bouquets, so theirs were made up of lighter pink spray roses while Moms' corsages used darker pink spray roses. Boutonnieres matched the corsages.

Photo credit to Right Start Photography for this beautiful picture of the happy couple.  What a personal start to a wonderful life together.  Congratulations!