Sunday, August 16, 2009
This young bride decided to have us create a whimsical toss bouquet for her reception of dollar bills and lottery tickets since most of her party was "grown-up and married off already"...isn't that a fun way to honor your guests? I hope nobody lost an eye trying to catch that bouquet!
Here a melange of summer flowers nestled into a red tin container, with a heart carved out in the face of a sunflowers. A whimsical detail that fit Cindy's personality perfectly!
Cindy's bouquet of everything wonderful included gloriosa lilies, dahlias, berries, sunflowers, brown gerbera daisies, and rudbeckia pods. STUNNING!
Even the cake had a casual wonderful look about it with petals strewn about the table.
Saturday, August 1, 2009
For this outdoor ceremony we created a monogram of rose petals for Jeremy and Brooke. When she walked the aisle, the petals would travel down the aisle beneath her beautiful train.
At the reception, stunning centerpieces atop silver candelabras splashed upward into the vaulted tent!
Saturday, July 25, 2009
THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!
We would like to take the opportunity to extend a very special thank you to Mel and Sari Aho and Aho Construction for their love and support to our company throughout the years. Without their trust and create freedom, we would not be able to create such fun and wonderful designs!
This year we created a giant pineapple of sunflowers that stood 7 feet tall! What a way to welcome in the festival!
Accompanying this wonderful design we created a 9 foot tall tropical structure of bamboo, heliconia, hala foliage and oncidium orchids. It's dynamic presence really finished off the display!
Up close, you can really get a feel for the intersecting lines of foliage and flowers. It's really fun!
As you say in Hawaii...MAHOLA NUI! (Thank you very much!)
Friday, July 17, 2009
This table design swirls with excitement formed from a curly willow amature. Grasses, reeds, flowers and fruit complete this contemporary centerpiece design.
This cylindrical design had pretty much all of the callas in Missouri in it! Roses, gloriosa lilies, and anthurium created the vibrant orange stripe through the middle!