Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Wedding and event flowers

You might have a ton of ideas of how you visualize your wedding flowers.  Or you might not have any clue of what you want.  It's our job to work closely with you to create a look you may have not even thought about.  Typically, couples come to us about a year prior to the wedding date.  It's never too early to meet with us and go over initial concepts.  Ask questions and get to know how our company works. 

Planning a wedding is a major milestone in your life.  We want to know your concerns and we'll listen to your desires.  The relationship that we build with you is so very important!
For summer, hydrangea is a fabulous flower to use.  Especially if you have a large guest count and you'll need a large number of centerpieces.  It's fluffy large blooms will fill up space and add that touch of summer.  I personally LOVE hydrangea in the fall as well.  It comes as antique hydrangea then.  We can get all sorts of various colors such as antique green (with touches of burgundy) or antique purple.

Now, if you think hydrangeas aren't your thing... we'll offer up plenty of alternatives.  Dahlias, zinnias and garden roses are perfect as well for a summer or fall wedding.  I love the look of fresh herbs, all one kind bunched together and placed in a vintage vase.  Mint, sage leaves and fresh lavender are great for the little bit of fragrance and added texture to your centerpieces.

Gather up some ideas on Style Me Pretty blog or your favorite bridal magazines!  I love the new magazine Wellwed.  It's packed full of fabulous ideas and great vendors for a New England or New York wedding.

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