We brought one of our pillars, used for ceremonies. They are salvaged pillars from a craftsman style house that was being torn down. Talk about a real vintage piece! The table was covered in 12 layers of tulle, in three shades. When fluffed up, it gave a real etherial look to the table. Would be great idea for a sweetheart table.
Our escort card display featured our business cards with an orchid for each guest to pin in their hair. It was fun to look in the audience during the fashion show and see so many people with flowers in their hair.
A collection of vintage vases, cut glass and milk glass, were clustered to show the trend of using multiple vessels with small arrangements of flowers. Mercury glass votive candles added a nice warm glow.
The bridal bouquet, photographed the next day outside, was a very romantic style. Using roses in white and buff colors, accent flowers in white were incorporated to add texture and fragrance. The stems were wrapped in a moss green silk ribbon with a vintage bracelet wrapped around as a nice vintage touch.
Top view of the bouquet, that shows the flower selection more.
I so love talking with brides at shows, when they are so thrilled to be newly engaged and just planning their weddings. Everyone is so happy and excited to be there! Looking forward to a great wedding season helping many of these brides with their wedding flowers.