Three of our brides this week chose low centerpieces of roses and hydrangeas for their reception tables. Yet even using similar flowers, each wedding is a unique vision. When it comes to flower arrangements, a change in color can mean a major change in the final result! Our first centerpiece features a stunning color palette of purple hydrangea, ivory roses and green hypericum in a 6″ bubble … Read More
Our featured wedding reception this weekend took place in the elegant Renaissance Hotel in downtown Pittsburgh. The bride chose alternating high and low centerpieces of white hydrangea, ivory roses, white daisy pomps and spray roses, accented with variegated pittosporum and seeded eucalyptus. Carnation pomander balls of hot pink and burgundy were bursts of color in the otherwise all-white color palette. They … Read More
Our featured wedding this week was a spectacular vision of white with gold and crystalline accents. The bridesmaids carried white hydrangea studded with cream and blush roses, crystals and pearl strands, with gold and rhinestone ribbon wrapping the stems. The flower girls carried silk pomander balls, finished with fresh pink mini spray roses, rhinestones and gold ribbon. The reception centerpieces … Read More
This week’s featured bride is carrying a beautiful bouquet of tinted hydrangea, Esperance roses, Creme de la creme roses, snapdragon, ivory spray roses and Queen Anne’s lace. Another bride chose this vibrant reception centerpiece, containing orange Asiatic lilies, hot pink roses, white spray roses, green hypericum, purple statice and variegated pittosporum.
Here are some photos from our wedding this past weekend:Bride’s bouquet of peonies, lisianthus, roses, succulents, stock, seeded eucalyptus and assorted brooches. Bridesmaid bouquet of hydrangea, freesia, roses, seeded eucalyptus and variegated pittosporum, tied with burlap ribbon. Wedding centerpiece of hydrangea, roses, snapdragon, succulents and hypericum, at Pittsburgh’s Grand Hall at the Priory Paper pew cones with hydrangea
The centerpieces for tomorrow’s holiday party are to be placed on linens of grey, silver and blue. Who says Christmas flowers need to be red and green? (Centerpieces approximately $35.00 each)
On Saturday, November 17 the River’s Club hosted Downtown Rotary’s 6th annual Chuck Tanner Awards Banquet. Our centerpieces featured birds of paradise, blue hydrangea, curly willow and palm fronds.