Flowers for a July wedding day… Our featured bride last weekend chose blush roses and spray roses, locally grown white dahlias, freesia, succulents and variegated pittosporum for her bouquet. For the reception, the Carnegie Music Hall foyer was adorned with tall and low centerpieces of hydrangea, roses, snapdragon and lisianthus.
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.
A glimpse of flowers from the Blumengarten, provided for a recent wedding at the Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh: Bridesmaids bouquets of hydrangea, spray roses and kermit pomps. Huppah with dogwood, spider mums and snapdragon, set up in the Hall of Sculpture Chair decorations of silk rose pomander balls Tall centerpieces of oriental lilies, larkspur, hydrangea, and lisianthus Low centerpieces of … Read More
Here are bouquets from recent weddings that highlight two beautiful color combinations: This elegant and contemporary pairing uses green flowers to highlight the traditional bridal white. Our bridesmaid bouquet features two shades of green with mini hydrangea and kermit pomps, combined with white hydrangea and ivory spray roses. This vibrant and contemporary color combination combines bold orange gerbera daisies, hot … Read More
For a wedding this Easter weekend, our bride chose bouquets containing assorted blooms in vibrant spring colors. These bouquets are simple and budget-minded, but far from ordinary. The bouquets contain carnations, mini carnations, daffodils, tulips, daisy pomps, cushion pomps, lisianthus, wax flower and solidago. They are truly a vision of spring!
This weekend’s wedding featured bridesmaids bouquets made of white hydrangea, white spray roses and ivory roses. (Approximately $65.00 each.) Simple and elegant!