As a wedding trend for 2018, we are seeing a number of brides choosing bouquets which primarily feature a lush assortment of foliage. This was the case in one of our weddings last weekend, with the bride’s attendants carrying bouquets consisting of mixed varieties of eucalyptus with an accent of baby’s breath. The bride’s bouquet harmonized with the organic attendant … Read More
It was a Ludwig family wedding reception at the National Aviary on June 30! Dana and Mark chose flowers in a subtle color pallete of blush, white and ivory. The flowers were offset with containers, votive candles and chargers finished in metallic silver and rose gold. White hydrangea, white roses and white majolika spray roses filled out the centerpieces for … Read More
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 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
Our featured bride this weekend chose all white flowers to contrast with a teal color scheme. The reception flowers were loosely arranged, with clouds of baby’s breath and bupleurum surrounding white hydrangea. Teal organza ribbon accented the vases. The reception was held in The Columbian Room, Wexford, PA.