August 1st saw a wide diversity of colors, styles and tests with our brides, bridal parties and their flowers.
Our first wedding of the day — a morning wedding — chose the soft pink O’Hara garden roses for her bouquet, as well as her bridesmaids. Lots of texture was included with the use of dusty miller, seeded eucy. blue thistle and purple pride waxflower. Queen Anne’s lace was an added softness to the bridal bouquet.
One of our brides chose the classic all red rose bouquet. At her request, we added a little baby’s breath to her bouquet as well as the groom’s boutonniere.
Stacey was our “likes bright colors” bride. She chose to carry a stunning bouquet of solid fushia dendrobium orchids and ivory roses. her daughter, the maid of honor, held a bright, multi-colored bouquet, which contrasted nicely against the pool blue of her dress.
Our last bride, Nicole, was really, really into orchids. shown here is her bridal bouquet, bridesmaids bouquets, place card table, cake flowers, table centerpiece for the cookie table (a Pittsburgh tradition…..this one contained over 3,000 cookies), the high and low centerpieces we furnished. Lavender uplights helped to complete the look, while a special lighted cube bar kept the party going all night.
A fun time was had by all who attended all of these weddings. Thank you to Nicole, Stacey and Emily for allowing our staff to help you on your most important, special day! Congratulations again!