Saturday, November 28, 2009

The Bouquets of Elegant Event Planning and Design

This is going to be a beautiful entry. Check out all of our clients' gorgeous bouquets. I hope you are able to get some fabulous ideas! It looks like roses have been very popular over the years.

White and black was the flavor for the evening. A simple nosegay of white roses with just a hint of pink makes for a beautiful Virginia evening. Look at the flower in her hair!

Gentle pink tones was the color scheme, but the pure white nosegay sets off her elegant, but simple look.

For a tall sophisticated bride, this is a very classic choice. This Bride had a Burgundy theme for their wedding.

Brides' love hot pink. These casual Gerber Daisies really set off this more nice home wedding.

Simple white and greenery makes for a classic wedding.

Red, yellow and orange has been very popular this year for us! Here is a non-formed nosegay of red, yellow and orange. Bridesmaids carried button mums.

Hot pink roses with a collar of greens.

Stately blue hydrangea and ivory roses set off this very elegant wedding.

A yellow and blue colors scheme with jewels and swans. We put tiny jewels in this bouquet. If you had heirloom jewelry, that would be perfect in a bouquet like this.

This wedding was in Newport, RI. She wanted things colorful! This large nosegay was hot pink, orange and Green - roses abound. On her tables, we had different colored silk overlays. It was gorgeous!

This Bride loved pink, so we designed a simple rose nosegay of pink and ivory.

Her colors were celedon and blue. We used celedon orchids with hints of pink, and then used hot pink for her accent color. The Bridesmaids carried blue and celedon hydrangea.

Her colors were Ivory, cappuccino, and celedon. We used ivory with a hint of light green roses to make the bouquet pop.

Her colors were ivory and hunter. Since Ivory doesn't "pop" from a white dress, we used peach to bring it out.

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