Monday, October 4, 2010

Rick & Meg

Rick & Meg's wedding this past weekend was a treat for me. I enjoy working with green flowers & this wedding had so many different kinds of them. When I first met Meghann, a beautiful red head, there was no surprise that she wanted a lot of green flowers. What red head doesn't like green! They chose a Vintage, Irish Pub theme for their wedding largely because of the ceremony & reception location at Broadway Hall in Bellingham.
I first met Meghann & her friend Danielle of Added Details at a wedding two years ago. So it was fun for me to get to know both of them a little more throughout the planning of Meg's wedding. Congratulations Rick & Meghann! It was an honor to be part of your wedding day.
The front and back side of the bride's bouquet. The flowers were a mix of white hydrangea, green button mums, green trachillium, green hypericum berry, white lisianthus, white ornithagolum arabicum with the black centers & green tea roses. The back of the bouquet had one yellow rose in memory of Meg's father & one stem of yellow spray roses in memory of her grandmother of whom recently passed away.

One of the several bridesmaids' bouquets. White hydrangea, green hypericum berry, green trachillium, green button mums, green spider mums & white ornithagolum.

One of the flower girls' kissing balls. These were made of light green mini carnations.

The piano arrangement set on a vintage linen.

The picture above and below shows how the bride added simple yarn to the glass votives. A great detail that added a vintage feel.

The entrance into Broadway Hall. Guests were greeted by a great fireplace and a small table with the guestbook.

Guestbook table display.
Close up of the guestbook table arrangement that was designed in Meg's grandmother's vintage green glass vase.

Simple ceremony arrangements in my large floor urns.

Two styles of centerpieces. One with green spider mums & curly willow. The other just a simple large green hydrangea.