Modern Branches and Succulents

Room 1520 provides a beautiful white back drop for a client to stretch their creative wings. Kaeley & Ian embraced the painted brick loft structure with modern cement vessels brimming with white stones and blossoming branches as their dinner table centerpieces. We paired these with smaller cement containers with textured succulents, hydrangea, grey brunia, dusty miller, purple acacia and white roses to match.  We were also able to repurpose their striking church ceremony arrangements on the bars.  

The groom's trendy tux was accented with a purple succulent and white freesia. The bride held a beautiful bouquet of mixed ivory floral including peonies, freesia, ranunculus, and anenome with grey and green textural elements like brunia, dusty miller, acacia and purple succulents. 

Super special Thank You to Thomas with Slack Photography! These pictures are beautiful and we appreciate them sharing them with us. 

Shades of Pink

When brides think "romantic",  shades of white to red comes to mind.   Jenessa & Aaron chose all the shades in between.  We created the eye-catching ombre affect in the bouquets, chuppah and centerpieces to help show all the shades of Love.

Jenessa held a well rounded bouquet spanning from ivory to hot pink with flowers including roses, orchids, ranunculus and dahlias.  Aaron and his attendants rocked ranunculus in different shades to match.  The aisle was defined with a beautiful white runner, pillar candles, and an eye-catching birch chuppah draped with hydrangea and roses.

The reception tables at Spiaggia were set with magnificent manicured mounds of blooms.  Tall clear glass vessels gave the illusion that the flowers were floating over the tables.  The sweetheart table held an eclectic collection of pink floral with scattered silver votives for a warm feel.  And of course the look wouldn't be complete without an orchid at every seat.  

The details were captured by Jordan Quinn Photography- Thank you for your lovely photos!