Monday, August 23, 2010
Guess what we just got in the mail? A picture cd from one of our favorite photography studios, Snap! Photography! We just had to share some more of Jillian and John's wedding pics because the vibrancy of the colors is just awesome! These pics remind us of how much fun we had designing for Jillian that week!! See what happens when you choose a funky color palette!?
Posted by Flowers By Semia at 9:41 AM
Monday, August 16, 2010
Check out these pics we took after spending the morning setting up at the GORGEOUS Five Bridge Inn in Rehoboth, Ma this weekend. First of all, the weather couldn't have been more perfect for our bride, Alex! Blue skies and 78 degrees on a mid-August day! The design for the day was one of our favorites, fresh farm cut flowers in 3 different styles, one of them being an assortment of mason jars...oh how we love mason jar arrangements! The other centerpiece styles were abundant gardens and perfect galvanized pails. Some of the flowers we used were pinnacle hydrangea from the farm, gorgeous dahlias (yes, it's dahlia season!!!!!), purple hydrangea from Holland, stock, purple roses, kale, millet, scabiosa, succulents and many many more! One aspect we loved was using fresh herbs like rosemary and mint. Alex is in the wine industry so the mixture of scents along with beauty was very important to her and we agree! Using wine bottles with customized labels for table numbers was also perfect and very fitting for our wine connoisseur. We also designed the place card table using moss and amazing succulents, candles, huge lanterns and tall cylinder vases in a modern style with hydrangea, stock and millet. The bride's family are quite the crafters, too! We were greeted by family members hard at work putting the finishing touches on their cork place cards, moss baskets, ceremony ribbons and so much more. How great is it to know that family members and bridesmaids put in a ton of elbow grease to give the decor a very personal touch?
Posted by Flowers By Semia at 7:47 AM
It's Steph here, I'm back from my honeymoon after my AMAZING wedding at Belle Mer (yes those pics are soon on their way, right Kristin Spencer?! haha). I couldn't work on our blog without sharing some of my photos from our honeymoon in Italy. The colors and flowers and foods of Italy are beyond anything I can ever imagine. And guess what?! The Italians just might be more obsessed with succulents than all we are!! The succulent plants were the most amazing plants I've ever seen and it's always that much better when you see them growing in their natural element!
Everyone needs to take a minute to look through these pics. I have come back from Italy so inspired and ready to work!!
Posted by Flowers By Semia at 7:24 AM