Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Bouquets of Austin @ Villa Antonia

A couple of weeks ago I was cruising through our cooler and looked around and even though the calendar said fall--our weddings were all designed in bright, bold colors. I love brides who go with their own ideas-- this Sunday evening event was filled with floral color--raspberry hydrangea, orange and bright pink roses, green orchids all to complement a neutral palette.

This beautiful composite rose was carried by the bride. She knew exactly what she wanted and we were able to deliver beautifully! More than 300 rose petals individually placed to create this exquisite bloom.

And a centerpiece that I absolutely loved-- a trio of vase with floating candles ( I like floating candles for outdoors because we can adjust them to burn in the breeze) sitting on a floral base of pink, green, orange and white florals. Check out the gorgeous freesia and dahlias.

I cannot wait to see the pro pics from this event!
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  1. How do you arrange the flowers around the trio of cylinders? Is there a separate container using oasis?

  2. Yes, we use sculpting foam to get the exact size we need.