Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Fuschia Flowers at the Estates of Sunnybrook

I haven't had a chance to post all the weddings i've had the honor of creating flowers for this past season, but I happened to have a small window of time to crack down on the backlog. Here's a look at a wedding I decorated at the lovely Estates of Sunnybrook in Toronto. What's nice about it is you dont need so many decorations as it is already a beautifully appointed room.
I created two large alter pieces, and to add some drama, sprinkled rose petals at the microphone stand. As unattractive as AV equipment is, most of the time you can't hide it, so might as well make it pretty!
 A closeup of the alter arrangement with its bright fuschia bold blooms.

 I created this signing table arrangement using fuschia roses, hydrangeas, and tinted ranunculus.
 I didnt get a chance to take photos of all the decoration I made as the guests came quickly, but here are some rental tea light stands and mini arrangements used on the cocktail tables.
 The bride wanted a vintage theme with birdcages, so I laid fresh moss on the bottom of these birdcages, with bouquets of flowers.

Last but not least, here's the bride's bouquet, with fuschia roses, ranunculus, tinted hydrangeas and pink double lisianthus.