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.
This pop-art inspired flowerwall, for a rooftop wedding at Manhattan’s Studio 450, was truly like nothing we’ve ever done before!
Grooms Manjil and Brad wanted a “jaw-dropping,” one-of-a-kind piece of living, floral artwork, to serve as backdrop for their tradition-infused ceremony. We used vibrant gerbera daisies, in a rainbow of shades, from deep red, fuchsia and orange, to yellow, peach, pink and white. Vivid hues invoked India’s floral wedding-ceremony decor. While the striking, contemporary pattern, set against a skyline sunset, made the moment very NYC.
We created one of our most unique floral chuppahs ever, for Nicole and Mark’s romantic wedding at Tribeca Rooftop. For the traditional Jewish ceremony, bride Nicole wanted a chuppah that felt both classic and contemporary. And she definitely wanted lots of purple flowers!
Weightless, white chiffon cascaded down each of the chuppah’s four posts. We adorned the structure’s front with an ombré lush roses, hydrangea and carnations, in deep purple, fading into lavender and finishing with white. Ombré florals should have a painterly quality, which we were able to achieve by selecting beautifully-hued Ocean Song and Cool Water roses.
Nicole carried a rounded bouquet in gorgeous shades of beautiful white and lavender with pops of green: ivory roses,, white mini-calla lilies, light purple Sweet Pea, lavender Ocean Song Roses, seeded eucalyptus and velvety Dusty Miller. Read More
Rich, vibrant hues and unexpected contrast made this bridesmaids’ bouquet stand out.
Wedding-flower color schemes are always carefully considered by brides and wedding florists. In fact, color is often the first thing our brides mention in our conversation about types of wedding flowers. To achieve the layered, painterly look of this bouquet, it was essential to select exactly the perfect shades of peach and purple.
Cool-toned purple hydrangea formed a lush base. Pale-peach garden roses brought softness to the color palette, while ranunculus, in a brighter, sunset shade of peach, infused the bouquet with warmth. Deep-purple dahlias added richness. We finished the bouquet with accents of silver-green dusty miller leaves. Read More