Senin, 25 Juni 2012


What most don't realize is that pink is one of the most universally pleasing colors - one can always find a shade to wear, it goes with most anything, and there's a reason why lighting designers use pink gels to shade tents and event spaces: it creates warmth and makes people look good.  Pink is so versatile and when it comes to flowers, the shades range from the palest of pink ivories to the most vibrant of cerises.

A spring bride of mine wanted a soft, romantic look of pinks and whites and late spring is one of the better times for peonies and ranunculus. The design was simple but full, and the antique crystal containers and mercury glass vases worked well with the bride's family vases, photographs, and silver.  

One last note - the ranunculus of the bridesmaids' bouquets and the bridal bouquet was pretty spectacular - it was wonderful to work with such plump and richly colored stems.

Materials pictured include: white hydrangea, pink ranunculus, white peonies, Sarah Bernhardt peonies, majolique spray roses, vendela roses, tibet roses, eskimo roses, ranunculus, and mixed greens.

Photo of Bride in Grandmother's dress and photo of Grandmother in dress; family veil

Tables, awaiting silver chivari chairs

Sweetheart table

Cocktail table pieces, ready to be placed

Vintage family brooches and handkerchief

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