Thursday, November 4, 2010

Round Hill House - fall Wedding

This wedding was at Round Hill House, F.E.A.S.T Catering.
I was not able to come to the wedding location and take bridal photos so took photos of the Bouquets at our hone/ studio. Steve set up the tables with our assistant Eileen and I arrived later to take photos.

The Maid of Honor and Brides Maids Bouquets had wine colored Calla Lilies, peach Stock, red Mokara Orchids, rust Cymbidium Orchids, dark red Garden Roses, ivory Roses, Cherry Brandy Roses, and Billy Balls.
For the photo of Brides Bouquet, I had Steve hold it as it cascades and is hard to photograph while resting. I think it is a really nice one; and is an example of a cascading bouquet custom to fit the size of a bride. For her Bouquet Steve used dark red Garden Roses, dark red Mokara Orchids, ivory Roses, peach Stock, Billy Balls, Bittersweet, and Varigated Ivy.

We alternated tables using square glass and tall cylinders. The square arrangements had peach Stock, Cherry Brandy Roses, red Mokara Orchids, dark pink Peonies, wine colored Calla Lilies, dark red Garden Roses, Billy Balls, and Ivy.


The three Cylinders had a mix of Calla Lilies, Roses, and Peonies.
There was a long Head Table behind the Sweetheart Table. Steve used multiple budvases with Roses, Calla Lilies, Peonies, Ivy, and Bittersweet.

The couples Sweetheart Table was pretty. Steve used Peonies, Orchids, Roses, Bittersweet, Calla Lilies, Ivy, and Billy Balls. I loved how he cascaded the Calla Lilies, Bittersweet, and Ivy. It Mimicked the Brides Bouquet.

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