Awesome wedding for Juliana & Andrew! Their reception was held at the very cool downtown location: Cobblestone. http://www.cobblestonehall.com/
Thanks to James and his staff at Cobblestone. You are the BEST!
The space was cool and crisp in sage linens and white chairs. Perfect for a HOT July day. I love the cool colors of white, green and blush pink. The tall arrangements are great for the big space and the lower arrangements provide a more initimate style for the round tables. Plus, lots of candle-light glow...even for a day time even, it sets the romantic mood for an afternoon reception.
Tall vases with flower toppers comprised of hydrangeas, roses, orchids and stock are perfect to compliment the height of the space.
Small vases and votives surround the base of the tall vases. Spray roses and white 'Akito' roses are perfect accents.
A 'quatro' of vases each with their own type of flower is a stunning look for a more contemporary centerpiece style. White hydrangeas, white roses, white tulips and white callas. One of my personal favorites.
A third centerpiece style was simple and elegant; vases filled with white hydrangeas. A simple leaf wrap inside the vase hide the stems.
My new favorite for cake flowers are spray roses. The 'Green Arrow' spray rose gives a bit of color while not detracting from the beauty of the cake design. Cake design: Sweet Memories http://www.sweetmemoriesbakery.com/
This is a gorgeous bouquet and it smells fantastic. The garden roses are a big hit with most brides because of their aroma, the lush look and the array of colors.
The bridesmaids carried a smaller version of the bridal bouquet. However, blush pink spray roses were subsituted for the garden roses due to their petite size.
This is a lush look for an 'Altar' or tall arrangement. White and green hydrangeas, spray roses and dendrobium orchid sprays.