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Monday, July 11, 2011

the color coral

We're back! What a lovely week in California it was, but we are glad to be back in the blogging world once again. And after a long(ish) absence, we think you blog-viewers are quite deserving of an infusion of color! So let's get to it.

Stefanie was married a couple of weeks ago at Red Butte Garden. Her colors were coral, peach, ivory, and turquoise. Now, you should all know, although it is extremely popular this season, coral is actually a little hard to come by when it comes to flowers. Stefanie specifically did not want any roses (other than garden roses) so that made our options limited even further. However, we aim to please our clients and were able to come through with the most stunning coral peonies EVER at the end of the typical peony season. Stefanie's lucky day!

Enjoy several snapshots we got of the bridal party floral, starting with...

THE bouquet:

peonies, garden roses, pin-cushion protea, hanging amaranthus, lisianthus, silver dollar eucalyptus, stock, succulents, spiral eucalyptus, and lady's mantle. finished with a draping coral satin ribbon.

the groom's boutonniere:

stock, lisianthus, mini-carnations, spiral eucalyptus, silver dollar eucalyptus, and filler. finished with turquoise ribbon and pearl pins.

the corsages:

larger, more feminine version of boutonnieres. stock, lisianthus, mini-carnations, spiral eucalyptus, silver dollar eucalyptus, and filler. finished with a turquoise ribbon wrap, turquoise ribbon bursts, and peach pins.

the bridesmaids' bouquets:

peonies, garden roses, stock, lisianthus, spiral eucalyptus, silver dollar eucalyptus, lady's mantle, and pin-cushion protea. finished with draping turquoise ribbon.

one more of the bouquet for good measure:

We thoroughly enjoyed working on this wedding's designs. What a delicious feast of color for the eyes! Have a great week, everyone.

1 sweet thought{s}:

Autumn Day said...

And this is why coral peonies and peach garden roses are tied for my favorite flower! Wowza! So happy you are back and beautifying the blogosphere with bouquets such as these!