Usually Florists do not work with hard, geometric shapes. We are used to the soft petals of flowers that are incredible delicate and fragile to work with. When we worked with this talented couple to achieve their wedding vision, it was quite the rewarding challenge.
Lindsey and Bob had a very particular vision which we wanted to create perfectly for them. The shapes, made by the groom, were used as centerpieces for their Downtown PVD fete. The juxtaposition of the classicism of the Dorrance and the modernity of the groom’s shapes provided a new, fun and fresh feeling.
The Bride’s bouquet was perfectly vibrant. We loved the look of the bright crimson and wine tones in contrast with the soft, white shades of the couple’s centerpieces.
Thank you Lindsey & Bob for letting us create your unique wedding centerpieces. We really enjoyed thinking “outside of the shape”. (All photos courtesy of M Studios)
What a year 2015 was. With the most of our weddings occurring in wedding season – the summer, we had the pleasure of working with so many great couples to create their wedding florals and ambiance.
Courtney & Chris, 2015
There were tons of vibrant and soft tones that complimented the light and heat of the Summer.
Shade of blue, white and green are a great tone for indoor summer weddings.
We had some gorgeous weddings set at the beach.
And amazing, classic shades of white.