It’s no secret: we love blush wedding flowers. And creating this textured, romantic bridal bouquet, in the palest palette of blush and ivory, was pure pleasure. Beautiful bride Adriana wanted flowers with a classic but fresh look. Her bouquet was softly rounded and dimensional, with stems partially wrapped in ivory satin ribbon.
We chose several of our favorite specialty roses:dusty-blush Quicksand roses, warmer blush Keira roses, and pale-blush La Perla roses. Using a variations of a similar color adds depth, even to light-colored bouquets. Ranunculus, spray roses and garden roses, brought cream, ivory and white into the mix. A few sprigs of seeded eucalyptus accented the flowers. Read More
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Our bride envisioned a stunning, vibrant wedding bouquet, for her fall ceremony at Manhattan’s Ritz-Carlton Battery Park. Jewel tones have a special place in our hearts for fall and winter weddings.
We composed this lush, compact bridal bouquet with red garden roses, Freedom roses and deep-red Bacarra roses, combined with dark purple stock and magenta cymbidium orchids with burgundy centers. Stems were tied with an ivory satin ribbon, with ends exposed, for a fresh touch.
Fresh floral decor and time-honored tradition made for a perfectly romantic, Jewish wedding on Long Island in early fall.
Greg & Dana were wed at Fresh Meadow Country Club on Long Island in September. Dana wore a gorgeous gown by Carolina Herrera– it was perfect on her and Greg’s face full of delight at the first look was so fun to capture. The forecast was for rain and we weren’t sure what time it would start, but we lucked out and got just enough time to do the couple’s portraits together outside before it started coming down.
Last year I traveled to Paris to take part in Karen Tran’s Master Class. Today I came across a video and thought I’d share! It was just amazing to meet and work with Karen. Her floral designs have been a major influence and inspiration to our whole team. Her wedding flowers are created with a sense of lavish romance that really casts a spell.
Meet Beata Jozefow, our new Assistant Wedding Coordinator. Beata was born and raised in Bialystok, Poland, surrounded by silk flowers.
“It’s funny how being raised around silk-flower decorations, created by my parents, led me to working with real ones!” Beata says.
Right after high school, she followed her dream and moved to the United States. After starting out as a cocktail waitress in a small restaurant, she gained experience in all aspects of the hospitality business, working private and corporate events at high-end venues all over New York City.
Beata has focused on weddings since 2013, when she earned her certification as a wedding and event planning consultant and completed an internship with the David Tutera Wedding Experience Expo. Read More