Here is a gorgeous wedding we completed last week at Troon North Golf Club in Cave Creek, AZ. The bride chose black, ivory, and deep red as her color palette and then accented with silver. We used black magic roses, deep red carnations, burgundy ranunculus, and black Schwarz calla lilies for the wedding party bouquets & boutonnieres. Due to the Christmas holiday approaching, the bride also wanted to incorporate some holiday decor without it screaming... Merry Christmas!
We utilized some small clear & silver toned tree ornaments and lots of glittery silver sticks & sprays. The bride & her mother also decorated around the venue with extraordinary large silver packages wrapped in black & burgundy bows. We strung white lights & tulle netting on the large window panes for added ambiance, and lined the aisle with the largest deep red poinsettias available. It was spectacular! The perfect night was ended with a spectacular firework display in the sky! Congratulations Jamie & Jerrod.
Saturday, December 12, 2009
Wednesday, December 2, 2009
Many times brides who are wanting a wedding around the holidays are lucky to be able to utilize these blooming plants. Poinsettias are a seasonal flowering plant that come in a variety of colors, including pink & ivory. Same with Amaryllis, which come in pinks, reds, whites and variegated varieties. The Narcissus plant, otherwise known as paper whites, are also a beautiful flower to use for holiday time weddings. They however, only bloom in white. All of these flowers make a great accent on the aisle, the table pieces, and even serve a dual purpose as decor for the ceremony or reception and then become the favors for the guest to take home at the end of the night. Many of these plants come in 4" to 8" sizes, so there is a variety in not only color, but size & presentation.