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Friday, April 24, 2015
In April we did white and peach flowers with pops of lilac, a beautiful spring color palette. Take a look at some of the arrangements from Richard and Kim's wedding!
To line the aisle we did a floral spray white and peach roses, peach stock and lilac alstroemeria.
For the ceremony we placed boxes filled with white hydrangeas and roses, peach stock and roses and lilac alstroemeria.
For Kim we did a cascading bouquet of white roses, stock and lisianthus with beautiful peach garden roses.
The MOH carried a bouquet of peach garden roses and stock, white roses and lisianthus and lilac alstroemeria.
The centerpieces were large arrangements of white hydrangea, peach roses and stock, lilac alstroemeria with white dendrobium orchids and curly willow.
The buffet arrangement matched the centerpieces, but had curly willow at the base instead of a floating orchid.
Monday, November 17, 2014
The flowers for this wedding were so much fun to put together. Rachel had a unique look in mind for their wedding day- ethereal. She wanted ivory, creams, green, gold and lush greenery in the flower arrangements. It is always nice when you get a chance to do a wedding with a completely different look:
Rachel's bouquet had a ton of texture with garden roses, lisianthus, hydrangea, solidago, stock and different greenery. The purple artichokes gave Rachel the pop of purple she wanted, but still tied in to the look she was going for.
The bridesmaids carried bouquets of hydrangea, garden roses, lisianthus, stock, solidago and greenery.
We added solidago to the grooms boutonniere to make his stand out. The other boutonnieres consisted of spray roses and greenery.
The Church had beautiful stained glass windows and to compliment them we did an arrangements of lush greens, hydrangeas, garden roses, lisianthus, stock and solidago.
The ceremony arrangements were so beautiful. Lush greens with hydrangeas, garden roses, stock and solidago. They made an impact and are some of my favorites!
The pew markers really added to the ceremony decor and they were so simple! Cream stock tied with gold ribbon.
These beautiful wreaths greeted guests as they arrived at the church.
We did an arrangement in the center of a candelabra to decorate the guestbook table.
Rachel decided on simple flower arrangements for the centerpieces to mix in with other decor.
Monday, September 1, 2014
Though it was a little rainy for our last wedding of the summer season, the daisies we used in the arrangements definitely brought the sunshine into the venue! Take a look at some of the arrangements from our wedding at the Cardome Center in Georgetown.
Thursday, August 28, 2014
In August we participated in the Bridal Bliss Classic at Hilton in downtown Lexington. All of the booths were amazing this year and we were so proud of the booth Fields in Bloom put together. We wanted the arrangements to pop, but have a really elegant and timeless feel. We made sure to coordinate the different aspects of the booth by going with a white, lilac and purple color scheme on gray/silver linen. Take a look at some of our arrangements from the show:
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Take a look at some of the arrangements we did for a wedding in August at Buffalo Trace:
The bride carried a bouquet of white roses surrounded by a layer of purple hydrangeas.
To coordinate with the bride, the bridesmaids carried bouquets of purple hydrangeas.
For the ceremony we filled two tall cylinders with a mix of purple and white hydrangeas, lilies, roses, stock and gladiolus. These were placed on two barrels at the beginning of the aisle.
For the pew markers we did a floral spray of purple and white hydrangeas, stock, roses and greenery.
The boutonnieres for the bridal party.
Monday, August 11, 2014
We kicked off our series of August events with Bill and Kim's wedding this past weekend. The ceremony and reception were at Embassy Suites and the staff there was so great to work with; super helpful and very accommodating. Kim wanted mostly white flowers with just a touch of a blush pink:
I loved Kim's bouquet- so soft and elegant! We used white and blush pink roses, crystal blush calla lilies, silver brunia berries and dusty miller.
Her MOH carried a smaller version for her bouquet
The corsages and boutonnieres were made of blush pink spray roses and dusty miller. We added silver brunia berries to make the groom's stand out.
To frame the ceremony space we made two large arrangements of white and blush flowers: hydrangeas, roses, gladiolus and bells of ireland. We used vines to hang down the arrangements and wrap around the tall columns.
For the head table we made a stunning arrangement of white hydrangeas, blush roses and crystal blush calla lilies with accents of dusty miller.
For the centerpieces and guest book arrangement we created floral wreaths of hydrangeas, roses and dusty miller to surround a hurricane.