Friday, August 31

Real Wedding: Tracy & Jeff

A modern wedding at a classic San Francisco venue.The Ritz-Carlton in San Francisco's terrace level ballroom is as classic as you can get and the couple getting married there were young and fun, with that in mind we designed elegant white and green arrangements with a quirky twist.

For the bridal party we combined classic and modern elegance. Tracy carried a classic round white bridal bouquet of David Austin's, callas, ranunculas, freesia and roses. While her bridesmaids carried a more modern bright green bouquet design with looped flax leaves, dahlias, orchids, parrot tulips and broccoli hydrangea.

Tall elegant white callas in the cocktail area with looped green flax leaves as a collar.

Gorgeous vibrant blue hydrangea with tall white callas curved throughout the arrangement with wire to have a more sculptural look. Placing the arrangement on a tall vase lined with variegated flax leaves gave it that extra pop.

We brought in gold chiavari chairs to keep it clean and elegant to compliment the venue.

Green Kermit Mum pomander balls were hung at every other row down either side of the aisle.

We re-purposed the aisle decor by removing the ribbon and adding to the guest tables to complete the composite centerpiece. Taller vase with hydrangea, lisianthus and stock and the lower arrangement with dahlias, parrot tulips and cymbidium orchids.

Head table had a long and low arrangement in the middle with pomander balls and their bouquets flanking it to add more color to the table.

Special last minute cocktail table arrangements with amazing white dahlias, parrot tulips and brocolli hydrangea. We used vintage inspired vases that we painted white for a fun contrast against the green linens.
You can't see it in the picture but this cake was designed to look like it was made out of huge Lego pieces and the topper had a Lego bride and groom. Fun and unexpected just like the couple!

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