Monday, October 18, 2010
Photo: Jen Huang Photography
The Bridal bouquet featured purple hydrangeas, purple lisianthus, aubergine calla lilies with accents of white: Polar Star roses, mini calla lilies and freesia.
Credit: Jen Huang Photography
After the Ceremony, the guests were bused to the wedding reception…also located in Sharon… in farm country. Cocktails were enjoyed outdoors, under the blue skies of this perfect autumn afternoon.
When the guests entered the tent…they were greeted with elegant country décor: tall trees decorated the center poles (which were filled with tiny votive candles)…and lush floral arrangements (matching the colors of the Bridal bouquet) decorated the tables, sitting atop beautiful tablecloths.
It was a very special evening of dining and dancing with family and friends.
Credit: Jen Huang Photography
Monday, October 11, 2010
A large bridal party (Bride and Groom, eight bridesmaids and seven groomsmen, all elegantly dressed…but wearing sandals as they walked the distance from the house to the beach. The Ceremony was held in front of a white trellis, covered with yards of white organiza fabric and decorated with seashells
The Color scheme: sky blue and lime green!! The Bride selected a bouquet featuring blue hydrangeas and white mini calla lilies with a collar of lime green Lady’s Mantle…while the bridesmaids wore blue dresses and carried all lime green flowers: hydrangeas, green tea roses and lime green spider mums.
After the Ceremony , the guests walked to the outdoor cocktail area…for summer drinks and hors d’oeuvres...Everyone happily gathered under the large white tent for a three course dinner and lots of dancing.
The tables were decorated with unique centerpieces, featuring seashells and sky blue hydrangeas with an accent of green cymbidian orchids.
What a special wedding ceremony and reception!! In fact. an entire weekend of festivities!!!
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Photo by Fumie Hope
The Bridal Bouquet featured white and yellow mini calla lilies with accents of fresh rosemary, sage and seeded eucalytus
Photo by Fumie Hoppe
Flowers, flowers, everywhere. The border gardens were a dream come true…with an abundance of white and purple phlox in full bloom that very day. It did not just happen…but was all planned by the owners of the home and gardens who just happened to be professional landscape designers.
Spring Lake Garden Design
In keeping with the garden feeling, the centerpieces were created to look like the flowers were just picked out of the garden. Dahlias, chamomile and freesia were arranged with fresh herbs: rosemary, sage, oregano and pepper grass. These elegant country –style centerpieces were sitting atop chocolate brown tablecloths. The combination of colors was striking.
Large blooming plants anchored the corners of the tented are...and one dramatic floral arrangement was the focal point at the escort table.
Everyone will share wonderful memories of this late afternoon wedding and reception.
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
Photo by Mary Alice Fisher
The all white Bridal bouquet included Polar Star roses, mini white calla lilies and white hydrangeas, all imported from Holland. The stems were wrapped with the lace matching the Bridal gown. The Bridesmaids’ bouquets featured blue hydrangeas and open white roses. Small Nantucket baskets filled with blue hydrangeas and white Majolica roses were carried by the two flower girls.
The soft blue table linens complimented the lush centerpieces which were created in large Nantucket baskets.
A beautiful outdoor setting, overlooking the Long Island Sound.
A very special evening shared by the friends and relatives of two Greenwich families came to a close when the Bride and Groom stepped aboard the boat which took them to a destination unknown.
Thursday, July 22, 2010
Located on a knoll overlooking beautiful Lake Waramaug, The Boulders Inn is a fantasy venue for a wedding reception. Perfect location, excellent cuisine and fabulous flowers made the reception oh so special.
The Bridal Bouquet featured Lily of the Valley (imported from Holland) and white sweet peas (flown in from California). The natural stems were wrapped with lace matching the Bridal gown.
A very elegant bouquet.
The soft colors of the centerpieces included white Majolica roses, scented white freesia and white phlox, light pink sweet peas and sky blue delphinium, created in square glass containers.
A combination of round as well as rectangular tables, covered with pure white tablecloths, created a sophisticated look in this country setting.
The weather was perfect…. cocktails were enjoyed outside during sunset…and dancing continued “under the stars”…
Since all of the guests stayed at the Inn – the party continued into the wee hours of the following morning…What a perfect wedding reception.
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Guests gathered in the courtyard under blue skies to witness the marriage, held under a dramatic archway covered with white spirea.
The Bridal bouquet featured white Dutchess d”Amour peonies….created European- style with half of the peonies (the ones in the center) still in bud form (just about to open). The surrounding peonies were just beginning to open. The Bridesmaids’ Bouquet included green hydrangeas imported from Holland with white ranunculus and blue grape hyacinths (which perfectly matched the color of the dresses).
All of the centerpieces were green and white (hydrangeas, freesia, ranunculus and phlox) arranged in very special baskets , handmade from small branches. With a mixture of both round and rectangular tables….the presentation was extraordinary….Very sophisticated country look.
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
The Bride carried a bouquet of white roses and mini calla lilies as did her Bridesmaids’ who wore magenta dresses.
The flower girl was a happy member of the Bridal Party. She knew just how to please the guests.
When the guests entered the ballroom they stepped into a room of romance featuring dramatic, tall centerpieces with hundreds of roses, Hawaiian dendrobium orchids and hydrangeas, sitting atop classic silver candelabras.