Sunday, June 29, 2014

Castle Hill Winery- June 20, 2014

 What a beautiful color palette Amanda used for her wedding- ivory, purple and lavender! The bride carried a bouquet of white and ivory roses with pops of purple stock and lavender roses while the bridesmaids' carried bouquets of white hydrangeas.

The flower girl loved her halo of ivory and lavender spray roses.

To line the aisle we did pew markers of purple hydrangeas with an ivory bow.

Such a beautiful backdrop for a wedding! We decorated the arbor with purple, silk flowers and had two large arrangements of white hydrangeas at the base of the arbor.


 For the centerpieces we did a short cylinder with purple hydrangeas, a trio of vases with submerged stock and floating candles on top and a square vase of white hydrangeas, purple stock and lavender roses:

We surrounded the lantern on the gift table with a garland of purple hydrangeas, lavender and ivory roses and purple stock.

Katie and Andrew- June 14, 2014

Take a look at some of the arrangements from Katie and Andrew's wedding at the Hilton in downtown Lexington. Orange and white lilies, spider mums, dahlias, stock and astilbe were used to create these beauties!

Sunflowers! June 14, 2014

The color palette for Mary's June wedding was UK blue and yellow. The bride carried a very unique bouquet of yellow sunflowers with blue delphinium while the bridesmaids' carried bouquets of sunflowers.


 For the centerpieces we did short cylinders filled with yellow sunflowers.

The Carrick House- June 7, 2014

Jamie and Alex had a beautiful wedding on June 7th! The ceremony was held at Southside Church of Christ and the reception was at The Carrick House in downtown Lexington. The bridesmaids' wore green dresses so we did green and white flowers with pops of purple added in. Take a look at some of the arrangements from their big day!

These gorgeous wreaths of white hydrangeas and green berries welcomed the guests as they entered the Church.

Arrangements of green hydrangeas, white lilies and pops of purple framed the ceremony.

Jamie and I went back and forth trying to figure out the best way to attach these pew markers and in the end the way we decided made such a beautiful aisle way- ivory sashes with a green hydrangea.

The bride carried a beautiful bouquet of white and green hydrangeas, white freesia, white peonies and green berries.

The bridesmaids' carried bouquets of green and purple hydrangeas.

 The mothers' carried small posies of mini green hydrangeas and white freesia. 

 The corsages and boutonnieres were made from white freesia and berries.

Green hydrangeas topped the cake made by Donut Days.

For the 28 centerpieces we did tall arrangements of curly willow surrounded by green, white and purple flowers and short centerpieces of green and white flowers with pops of purple. 

 Curly willow, hydrangeas, football and spider mums, stock, bells of ireland and gladiolus.

Hydrangeas, lilies, football and spider mums and stock.

Laura and Leslie's Wedding- June 7, 2014

Laura and Leslie had a beautiful color scheme- coral, peach and aqua blue! The bridesmaids' carried peach carnations and the bride carried a gorgeous bouquet of coral and peach roses with a peach  


Colorful Daisies- May 31, 2014

Such a colorful wedding! Shannon's bridesmaids wore teal dresses and each carried a bouquet of gerber daisies in a different color- the groomsmen had a corresponding boutonniere to match. The bride carried a bouquet of all the different daisy colors from the bridesmaids' bouquets, plus white. 

For the pew markers we did a simple daisy (colors alternating down the aisle) tied with teal ribbon. 

Friday, May 23, 2014

A Bridal Shower- May 18th 2014

At the end of April, my wonderful friends from Great Expectations event planning called to see if I could squeeze in a bridal shower for one of their June brides. This turned out to be a great event! We did lilac, lavender, creams, greens and a touch of light blue on top of a white table cloth with apple green overlay! It was a beautiful shower!

 We did two small arrangements for the entrance tables at the Signature Club

The centerpieces were gorgeous; full of texture, but still very soft. Garden roses, peonies, roses, stock, scabiosa, lisianthus, hydrangeas, delphinium, dusty miller and a touch of greenery. 

For the buffet table we made a large arrangement of delphinium, bells of ireland, roses and hydrangeas.