Too Many, Too Much
This was such a fun wedding and Janet was such a fun bride to work with. Her inspiration was to obtain an Asian aesthetic and to keep it modern to fit with her venue choice, the lofty Factory 12 in Columbus. I think she succeeded greatly. Here are some pictures from the event.
On the rounds we designed glass cylinders of curly willow and red James Storie Orchids. These tall arrangements helped this large space seem more intimate.
(Thanks Janelle for taking all these great pictures)
Too bad Janelle didn't work the rest of my weddings, because I am hopeless at taking pictures on site. The best I could do for the rest of my weddings was to take a quick snapshot of the bridal. Here's some quick pics.
The McKeen Wedding
For this wedding I combined fragrant peonies and freesia with tulips and roses. The white and yellow color scheme was elegant and trendy with the grey Bridesmaid dresses. The accompanying Bridesmaid bouquets (which I didn't take time to photograph) were yellow Roses and Poms with a grey satin stem wrap.
The Seger Wedding
Whites and ivories with subtle accents of powder blue was accomplished by adding light blue Hydrangea and hybrid blue Delphinium to the alter pieces and light blue Delphinium to the Bridal bouquet. The Bridesmaids carried a simple favorite of white Stock and ivory Roses.
I love tone on tone arrangements so when I was asked to make a bouquet in shades of buttercream to peach I was excited to do it. This bridal bouquet was created using four different roses and peach mini calla lilies.
While I was glad to be done with all the work on Sunday, it was an amazing week and I was happy to be a part of it.