Christina Montemurro from Christina Montemurro Photography recently interviewed Tim and Jim for her blog, which features some of Pittsburgh’s best wedding vendors. The questions and answers give a “behind-the-scenes” peek at the wedding floral business. Check it out here. Christina also featured beautiful photographs of our flowers!
Although the wedding season slows down considerably by mid November, the winter months are still a romantic time for couples to tie the knot. The winter season gives us the opportunity to experiment with different materials and interesting textures in our floral designs. The bride’s bouquet for one of this weekend’s weddings featured pine cones and artificial navy berries in the mix, … Read More
The reception for one of our weddings this past weekend was held at the elegant Grand Concourse Restaurant in Station Square. The color theme was pale pink and white. The bride’s bouquet featured light pink oriental lilies, ivory roses, white spray roses, white freesia, white mini calla lilies and white dendrobium orchids. The bridesmaids bouquets complimented the bride’s with light pink … Read More
How do you transform a public venue into a location suitable for a wedding ceremony? With flowers, of course! Here’s how we softened the industrial architectural forms of the Heinz History Center Library to create a romantic wedding chapel: White hydrangea, lilies, roses and alstromeria were woven with assorted greens and curly twigs to transform steel beams and create a focal point for … Read More
The bridesmaids bouquets from one of our weddings this past weekend contained hot pink roses and pink ranunculus. The vibrant rose color was offset by calming silver-gray accents with silver brunia and dusty miller. It was a sophisticated combination!
The wedding of one of our couples from this past weekend took place in the Broderie Room of Phipps Conservatory. Befitting the location, the bride’s bouquet featured both flowers and succulent plant material. Included in this hand-tied bouquet are blue hydrangea, pink dahlias, lavender freesia, succulents, seeded eucalyptus and variegated pittosporum.
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
Here’s a peek at the flowers from two of last weekend’s weddings… The bridesmaids bouquets from our first featured wedding were designed in a soft, romantic pink and lavender palette, featuring peonies, roses, spray roses, lisiathus and stock. The flowers looked like they were fresh-picked from a garden! The reception at the Hilton Garden Inn, Southpointe, had alternating tall and low centerpieces made of hydrangea, … 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
Peonies and roses are featured in this hand-tied bride’s bouquet we designed for a wedding over the Memorial Day weekend. Flowers included are pink peonies, white hydrangea, blush colored roses and peach spray roses.