Engagement Party center pieces I made. They are perfect for an outside event or spring. I used big mason jars, hydrangeas, mums disbud, trachelium and rose sprays. They came out beautiful. Perfect DIY bridal shower, rehearsal dinner, flower arraignments. I used raffia to make bows around the mason jars. The colors looked amazing together: white, green, pink and light purple, lilac.
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I love doing these Colour Stories with Greta Kenyon and Naomi from Leaf & Honey, and this one was especially fun, not to mention pretty!! The florals that Naomi created in shades of beautiful plum, lilac and peach are just … Continue reading →
Create a beautiful DIY Candle Ring Centerpiece for your winter wedding or holiday tablescape with Christmas flowers like silk hydrangea and artificial poinsettias. Find faux flowers, candle holders, and candles at Afloral.com
Sarah and Francis’s wedding is seaside splendor at its finest! The stunning cream, chocolate, and green color scheme is simply breathtaking in Florida’s Seaside Interfaith Chapel and on the lush Lyceum Lawn, where the ceremony and reception were held. Shades of ivory and white flowers in bouquets from Events by Nouveau Flowers provided an elegant …
When I think of what an elegant Newport Beach wedding should look like, Alison and Chris’ event is exactly what I picture. The color palette is fresh and clean, the florals classy and understated, the bride decked out in pearls…so classic! Oh, and wait till you see where they got married. If I had access …
Flower arranging isn’t easy, so I have a few simple rules for myself. The first rule is to keep a tight color palette – either all one flower or all one color. This arrangement is all-white but to keep it natural, I added several tones of bright green. I started with white roses, white dahlias, and white peonies and then added green and white hydrangeas, green hydrangeas buds, and lime green Alchemilla.