Monday, December 31, 2012

Tabletop arrangements, The Camellia, Thunder Bay

 Hello there!! Today, I want to share with you some tabletop arrangements I  recently designed. Just look at this colour combination! One can't help but feel happy..!  The springy-ness of the Lime greens, the splash of sherbet orange with the Tropical Amazon Roses, and the creamy whites of the double Tulips. When planning a Wedding, one often forgets about putting a small arrangement in the Salle de Bain.. The size of this design is just right, flowers are placed in a tall Mason jar.

 This design  is made with the help of a sisal collar, which helps to keep the stems in place. It is a great design aide, and we sell these at our store.

 Look at the colour of the peppermint carnations, against the green hypericum berries, and the white Star of Bethelem.

 Hydrangeas  .. loved by most, but so quick to wilt. These flowers need a lot of hydration, so if you are using these in your arrangements, best to have some extra stems on hand, and someone who can go around during the event checking for water levels and replacing stems if needed. I was at a wedding recently where the girls' bouquets were wilting by the time the Reception came really don't want to have this happening .

 Ornamental Cabbage, variegated pitt, and gerbera daisies add interest to this design.

 This design uses Swiss cheese leaves, and Magnolia foilage, along with white Stargazer lilies.

If you need Flowers for your Wedding ceremony, come talk to us! Visit our store at 30, Hacquoil Rd, to see sample Bouquets. Call (807) 475-3551 to arrange a complimentary Bridal consultation. if you and your Bridal party would like to make your own Flower arrangements, you can do so in our Studio, Flowers have to be preordered, and there will be a Workshop and Design fee.

Happy Wedding planning!

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  1. GOod morning! It is great to see that you became a follower today! Thank you for viewing my paper wedding dress and I wish you much success in the new year! Anita

  2. Hello Anita! I loved your blog, and your paper wedding dress is spectacular!