Earlier in April (my apologies for the delay-we had to take a prom detour) we had the pleasure of creating a lovely and vibrant spring wedding. The bridesmaids wore a deep teal/peacock tone that we contrasted with bright orange, fuchsia and yellow in the flowers. The only exception was her bridal bouquet-she carried white tulips, ranunculus and stephanotis. With bling of course!
I told the bride she should never allow him to live that one down. She has since requested a replica of her bridal bouquet for every anniversary. Sounds fair to me!
Anyhow, on to the reception! We delivered and set these up for them, so they were there-no problem!
Tulips swirled in a bubble bowl-bless those flexible stems! Their table numbers were presented on large river rock which reflected the river rock in the centerpieces. It was a nice fit with the organic feel of the centerpieces and the "lake effect" of the deep turquoise and soft silver/grey of the linens.