Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Power of the Purse

Floral adorned shoes for the Power of the Purse.

We would have had 3 pairs of floral shoes for the event if Rose had not fallen with the pair of hot pink never worn Diesel Stilettos... she's a happy girl.

Sunflowers in 95% post consumer tote bags. Attendees were able to purchase the arrangement and the tote for $25 that would be donated to the Woman's Fund of Green Bay.

Another version of the tote featuring seedum and Queen Elizabeth.

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Monday, September 28, 2009

Bad Blogger

I've been a very bad blogger and I am so sorry. Between computer and camera snafus and all over craziness time got away from me. So be prepared to be bombarded with a lot of blog posts now! ;)

Loved the colors in this wedding and the table cards- so cute!

All the place cards lined up and ready to go!

How cute are these "monkey" place cards for the kids- someone was surely very crafty!
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Monday, September 14, 2009


Whoa nelly! We are flying around here like it's a floral marathon. These are some gorgeous bouquets from last week and Rose's feet with her super cute crocs. The bouquets feature stock, roses, dahlias, and callas. I really love this color combo.

Oooo yeah, there were tulips too! It was so nice to see tulips as the leaves are falling and the temperatures dropping.

The bridal bouquet was dahlias, callas, hypericum berry, stock, roses, and mini cymbids.

We're off and running with 4 special events, 2 weddings and 4 funerals...
If you are attending Power of the Purse be sure to check out the tote bag centerpieces- you can take one home for $25!!! Well worth it for a good cause and a cute tote!

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Unity arrangement with white lilies, purple roses, iris, and pink gerbera daisies atop one of the coolest "altars" we've ever seen!

Altar arrangements with white lilies, soft pink gerberas, snapdragons, roses and larkspur.

Very cool....
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Thursday, September 10, 2009

Exciting new items in the store

Little, adorable, cute, fantastic, oh so sweet orchid plants. I had to put the phone next to them to show the scale because these are really the sweetest little guys ever! They sell for $15 which is a great price point to start with orchids- you will be amazed at how easy they are to care for.
Unless of course you have a puppy named Annabelle who's life mission is to seek and destroy all orchid plants in your home... well then you're on your own.

Tabletopics- I cannot say enough good things about this "game." It's a rather large cube that has a ton of questions to stimulate questions. There is:

Dinner Party
Not Your Mom's Dinner Party
Right or Wrong

There is no quicker way to bring together a group of people than asking these questions and you'll be amazed at you learn about people.
Retail at $25 and worth every penny!

YUM... wine jellies would fall under the category of something I never thought would blow my skirt up but since discovering them I have based entire meals on a jar, plus cream cheese and some townhouse crackers. Sooooo good we have them in a variety of flavors and sizes.

Recycling at its best. The artisits at the local business "Visions of Glass" take orphaned glassware and turn it into something stunning for your garden.

We hope to see you soon!
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Sunday, September 6, 2009

Wedding Day Surprise

Although I did not get the best picture of this it was super sweet! John ordered this gorgeous arrangement to have waiting for Bridget in her dressing room. When Bridget got there she was totally taken by this. So if you're a guy and you're getting married take a note from John and spoil your bride with a surprise arrangement!

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Saturday, September 5, 2009

Thornberry at Oneida

A sophisticated pallet of creams, blue and chocolate brown.
Low centerpieces featuring hydrangea, alstro, waxflower, roses, and plumosa.

Tall centerpieces with coordinating florals.

Thornberry has such great base colors and the colors Bridget choose worked so well with them.

The card box bubble with coordinating florals.
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Friday, September 4, 2009

Heritage Hil Bouquets

A gorgeous and light as a feather bridal bouquet with hydrangea and roses.

Bridesmaids bouquets of blue hydrangea and white roses. The toss bouquet of white roses tied off with a brown and blue ribbon.

All the bouquets lined up and ready to go in the Heritage Hill dressing room.

Congratulations Bridget and John. Stay tuned for your reception!
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Thursday, September 3, 2009

Bridal Bouquets III

Hydrangea, freesia and lisianthus combine to make this delicate and sweet bouquet.

Stock, mums and roses combine to make this fresh color combination of a bouquet.

A unique bouquet featuring seedum, proteas, and tropicals.

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Bridal Bouquets II

Here's a super groovy bouquet with kale, mums, hypericum berry and...

ornamental cucumbers!!!! We're growing them outside- aren't the adorable, there are fuzzy adorable ones and mean spikey ones.

Bridal bouquet of celosia, roses, hypericum berry and scented geranium.

A mix of black baccara roses, and black magic with sparkle and wire accents.
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Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Bridal Bouquets

We did a wedding show this past week-end at the Meadows in Green Bay.
The above bouquet features rover mums and montbreesia.

Here we have sunflowers and millet tied off with a cute brown polka dot ribbon.

Adorable orchid gladiolas collared with hypericum berry and tied off with raffia- because I heard raffia is in again. ;)

White stock, spider mums, and dianthus accented with a pearl and crystal beaded wire.
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