Orlaya is a type of Queen Anne’s Lace and in this arrangement is a perfect complement to the burlap and lace decorating theme. Also in this centerpiece are Majolika spray roses, hypericum berries and seeded eucalyptus.
The woodland theme is a unique way to utilize natural, diverse materials. Here is an example of a handheld ‘bouquet’ that departs from the more usual emphasis on flowers and greenery. It resembles a small dish garden and can be as creative and personal as desired.
Corsages and boutonnieres are tailored to the event and especially designed for the wedding party members who will be wearing them. These designs by Rose and Twig incorporate spray roses, scabiosa buds, ranunculus, calla lilies, and wax flowers … just a few of the many types of flowers that might be used.
A pink and green themed wedding with a vintage flair . . . the bride wore a lace dress that had been worn by three generations before her. The flowers included roses, hydrangeas, ranunculus, gerbera daisies, chamomile and wax flower.
Centerpieces for the head table and the cake table at a fall wedding are combinations of Vendela roses and dark eggplant callas. Cedar greens, freesia and lisianthus create the draping style while wax flower is the filler accent.
Florigene purple carnations and Jade Green roses are the focal point for the centerpieces of a fall November wedding. Green spider mums, lavender freesia and white wax flower complement the color scheme. These flowers still looked fresh a week after the wedding!
Bespoke is a style that reflects natural random placement of different elements resulting in a unique design every time. Popular floral choices are roses, hydrangeas, curly willow and lots of informal greens.
The weather was beautiful when an outdoor bridal shower took place in late September. The bride’s color theme is dark purple with accents of lime green. Timing was perfect to create a centerpiece using a real white pumpkin from the farmer’s market.