Used en masse, Baby’s Breath has stolen it’s way into my heart. Just look at the mockups that I did for a recent client. How pretty this would be in a rural setting with touches of burlap and lace.
After the ceremony, this arrangement could effectively grace a buffet table or a bar.
Very pretty, simple centerpiece that adds height to the setting. Shown with curly willow, it would be gorgeous to add a touch of dendrobium orchids to the vase.
Pair the baby’s breath with classic hydrangea: Simply Charming.
Love this silhouette of the head table!
“Michele, Thank you so much for the gorgeous arrangements you did for mine and David’s wedding back on January 12! They were absolutely breathtaking, and we got so many comments about how incredible the arrangements were. Your work is surpassed by none, and we’re extremely grateful to have been able to work with you! I feel like I spent a good deal of my reception just staring at the arrangements at our table. Most excellent work, and I definitely will recommend you to friends! Take Care! Robin ”
Thank you Robin. It was our sincere pleasure.
“Michele, I cannot even begin to tell you how spectacular my Friday night floral arrangement was; my goodness, it was extraordinary. I Had Matthew and Suchan take it home, but I really wish I could have held it on my lap on the plane to take home to Florida! Thank-you so very much for your help.
I might also add that the wedding flowers and centerpieces were equally amazing.
You are a true artist. ” Nancy R.
I attended a classical, elegant wedding at Villa Antonia this past weekend. The beautiful, blissfully happy bride wore white with sheer organza ruffles and carried white & cream roses/garden roses while her bridesmaids wore cute, black cocktail dresses and carried red roses with green leaf accent.
Adorable flower girls dressed in tulle sprinkled petals down the aisle. The guys looked very Bond in black tuxes with either white or red boutonnieres.
Decor: The ceremony arbor was swagged and draped with white chiffon, further complemented by a white aisle runner. White chairs sporting black chair ties awaited guests.
Inside the Italianate villa, the decor was refined and elegant. Tables wore black linens with white toppers and were graced with three different centerpieces. The first was a gorgeous tall arrangement of almost one hundred red roses. The vase of this arrangement was accented with red spray orchids, red petals and light blue water. The blue was further picked up by the blue crystal drops hanging from each of the tall vases. The table was lit by three tall cylinders, each with a black ribbon and floating white votive.
The second arrangement was of medium height with a green leaf, black ribbon and topped with an arrangement of red roses. The final arrangement was similar in nature, but in a square vase. All tables were accented with sparkling votives.
The cake table complemented the decor.
Flowers/Chiffon Draping: The Silver Vase
Cake: The Bride’s Table
Catering: Sterling Affairs