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
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
Lots of weddings this past weekend! Our three featured brides chose very different looks for their bouquets. Two of the bouquets had a few silk flowers added to the fresh. This is a great way to add the look of flowers that may be out of season, or beyond the bride’s budget. Our first bouquet features orange alstromeria, ivory roses, … Read More
The first weekend in August was a busy one for weddings at the Blumengarten! One of our brides this weekend carried a simple, yet sophisticated, bouquet of white calla lilies: Another featured bride chose exquisite Picasso mini calla lilies with ivory roses and purple alstromeria for her bouquet: Yet another bride picked centerpieces featuring gerberas, spray roses, Asiatic lilies, bells … Read More
Our bride today is carrying a bouquet of mini sunflowers, gerbera daisies, circus roses, alstromeria, tulips, rannuculus, alstromeria and hypericum. This is a stunning color pallette, for a stunning local wedding venue.