Tuesday, January 19, 2010

summer romance

the Natural Look

These are more examples of our "Wild Flower" look. This seems to be a trend this year. Lots of local flowers, succulants, mosses and leaves. I love Woodland and natural styles especially since we are up in the Hudson Valley where we find inspiration.

Modern Bride Magazine -summer Brides bouquet and centerpiece

This is a summer Brides bouquet that is both beautiful & elegant. It was featured in Modern Bride Ny, magazine

The centerpiece was one of three alternating tables for a wedding at the Tribeca Rooftop in NYC. This table had open white Tulips and Parrot Tulips with pillar candles on a glass plate with floating flowers. The style was  chic & urban. The canldes were to resemble the water towers on the roof.

Monday, January 18, 2010

Fall Barn wedding as seen in Brides NY magazine

Centerpiece with  Dahlias and Jasmine and a boutonniere with Ranunculus, Orchids and Ivy.

wild flower natural arrangments

Here are some lovely natural arrangments. Local flowers and ferns.

Rehearsal Dinner

Here is an example of a fun rehearsal dinner.

Here we used local wild flowers such as wild Roses and alternated glass with river rocks  and rusted coffee cans.

English Garden centerpiece and English Cloche

This is an "English Garden" style centerpiece and in the distance is an English Cloche

Sunday, January 17, 2010

LA Garden Show

The Ice Skates are from the LA Garden Show where they give you a flower they name and we got "Torvel & Dean" Hence the skates. The other photo was in The Los Angeles Sunday Times.

Lincoln Center- The Darjeeling Limited

The Darjeeling Limited at The Opening Night of The New York Film Festival for Lincoln Center.

"Indian Themed" floral design. We alternated 3 different centerpieces and 3 different colored linens.

We used jewels, colored crystals and lights in the water. We also used amber votives to tie all the tables together.

museum Work

The Museum Of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

Claes Oldenburg Art Opening and donor dinner. We love to do Museum Events. We use the artwork as inspiration when thinking of a floral design. We use colors, style and feel when coming up with ideas.

Art work

These two images are from our floral art projects. One is a collaboration with a Sculptor named Ken Hiratsuka. The other was a woodlen floral display using Delphinium and Hanging Amaranthus. We love to be creative with our flowers and make more put of the weddings and events.

Destination Wedding - Florida Keys

This wedding was a lot of fun. We were flown to Florida to do this wedding. It was in Islamirada in the Keys. We loved the chance to do a beach wedding using shells, sand, colored water and lots of tropical flowers like Orchids. The weather was beautiful and there was even a lunar eclipse at the reception. We hope that more people will hire us to do their destination wedding. This is another reason why we love not having a flower shop. We like to travel.

Brides Eye View Bouquet

over view of centerpiece


The Cake

The Bar