Tuesday, August 24, 2010
I decided to play with the settings on my camera and the result,
not many good pictures of a great venue.
The beautiful Dome Room at the Lenox Hotel
in Boston . Low cubed containers wrapped with
aspidistra foliage contained curly willow, white hydrangea,
green button mums and roses. On the other half of the
tables there were elevated centerpieces with a similar
This is a picture of the ceiling over the round dance floor.
There was not a more perfect day. As you can see the sky
was so clear and as always a nice breeze at Zukas Hill Top
Barn in Spencer.
The hanging amaryanthus has been great this
season. I love the green color and the drama it
adds to elevated pieces.
The bride carried vandella roses, mini calla lilies, freesia,
lizianthus and hydrangea. This bouquet was designed by
my friend Jane for her friends daughters wedding.
Very nice Jane!
Wednesday, August 4, 2010
Crazy with color!! This brides bouquet was
beautiful! Lia did a Latin theme with a green twist for her wedding
at Tower Hill.
Ambiance roses, dahlias, vandella roses, yellow calla lilies,
orange gerbera, lime hypericum and blue delphinium. The
stems were tied with cream satin banded
with lime and hot pink pearls.
Centerpieces consisted of various palm greens including 4 foot queen sago palms,
lily grass, aspidistra. Colorful mesh in orange, hot pink and lime were banded
around the vases with lime wire.
The gardens at Tower Hill.
Butter cream with huge phalaenopsis orchids!
What a cake!! Dianne Rockwell, The Cake Lady out
of Lancaster made this very elegant cake to highlight
some of the biggest orchids I have ever seen!
The centerpieces were gold roses, creme de la creme
roses, hydrangea and dendrobian orchids.
The cylinders were banded with aspidistra
foliage wrapped with pearls on wire.
pearl accents, phalaenopsis orchids, hydrangea and white roses.
Alice from the Bean Counter made a wonderful
cake with it's intricate detail in the frosting!
Centerpieces of hydrangea- deep blues to light blue-,
cream roses and white dahlias were accompanied
with kiwi vine and a touch of dogwood foliage and
I loved these stone urns for the art museum, just perfect!
I found a very pale cream selection of creme de la creme
roses to include with the flower selection. They are
the more yellow roses to the right.