We had the pleasure of designing and styling a fabulous bridal shower for a family we have come to love. Bride-To-Be Lindsay is a lucky girl indeed as her sister and Matron of Honour, Lara, hosted a stunning bridal shower in her lovely heritage home. Sparing no detail on the Mad Hatter Tea Party theme, we set to work styling a magnificent 24 person gallery table with loads of found objects and colourful flowers.

Beginning with a bed of green moss as a runner down the center of the table we layered various themed objects such as clocks, giant playing cards, books and keys with mismatched teapots and teacups bursting with colourful spring blooms. While nothing matched exactly, everything worked together on the table creating a true feast for the eyes. Seasonal spring flowers such as roses, asters, snapdragons, alstromeria, spider mums and tulips in every colour created a whimsical and magical design scheme.

Mad Hatter Tea Party Gallery Table

Guests were seated at one long gallery table with a colourful and whimsical tablescape design based on The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party in Alice In Wonderland

Mad Hatter Tablescape

A bed of green moss was the perfect base for the whimsical styling of the table loaded with themed items

Mad Hatter Tea Party Detail - Floral Teacup

Mismatched teacups and teapots were bursting with bright blooms such as roses, asters and alstromeria.

Mad Hatter Detail -Clock

Clocks, playing cards and books layered along the table fit the theme perfectly

Mad Hatter Bridal Shower

The sweet table received the same treatment with a bed of moss and colourful flowers to compliment the collection of sweets and stunning cake, beautifully crafted by Truffle Cake & Pastry Toronto. The gorgeous paper flower backdrop added an even greater touch of whimsy.

Mad Hatter Sweet Table

The paper flower backdrop highlighted the floral detailing on the gorgeous (and delicious) cake made by Truffle Cake & Pastry Toronto.

Mad Hatter Welcome Cocktail

Even the welcome cocktail was garnished to fit the Alice in Wonderland them with customized “Drink Me” straws.

Mad Hatter Tea Party Guests

Guests enjoyed made to order crepes , fruit parfait and a variety of sweets throughout the day.

It was such a joy to create this beautiful table for an equally beautiful bride to be! We had so much fun creating and styling the look that just had you looking in every direction at once. Thank you to Lindsay and Lara for trusting us with your vision!


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When we sat down with bride Bailey she had an all white theme going for her winter wedding at Hazelton Manor in Vaughan. Seeking to work with the monochromatic interior of the venue she asked us for all white flowers for her onsite ceremony accented with lots of candlelight. Together with Daniel Barker House of Design, we created simple and full florals for her ceremony space, while bringing in soft pink to the bridal party for some depth and warmth.

The bridal bouquet combined soft pink and white roses, spray roses and fluttery white lisianthus in full bloom. Bridesmaids carried matching smaller versions of the bridal bouquet, set off against their slate grey chiffon gowns.

Pink and White Bridal Bouquet

Soft Pink and White Roses and Spray Roses with White Lisianthus made up Bailey’s Bridal Bouquet

Bride & Groom

The bride’s fur shrug coordinated perfectly with the charcoal grey of the bridesmaids gowns.

Pink and White Bridesmaid Bouquet

Bridesmaids carried smaller versions of the bridal bouquet in shades of white and soft pink

Bailey's Bridal Party

The beautiful bride and her girls

The ceremony took place in the well appointed front foyer of Hazelton Manor in front of the grand fireplace loaded with candles. Two large white urns full of white hydrangea and roses flanked the fireplace  and created the altar for the ceremony. Small glass vases, also filled with white hydrangea and roses hung off alternating chairs down the aisle.

Ceremony- Hazelton Manor

The elegant foyer of Hazelton Manor made for a beautiful ceremony spot

White Altar Pieces

Large white urns filled to the brim with hydrangea and roses flanked the fireplace for the altar

White Aisle Marker

Hanging vases of hydrangea and roses accented the aisle with alternating floating candles

All of the ceremony flowers were re-purposed for the head table in the reception ballroom. The bouquets were displayed in glass vases along with the white aisle markers and the entire table was covered with flickering candles for a soft romantic ambiance. Altar pieces flanked the head table against the textural white and silver backdrop by Daniel Barker House of Design.

Head Table Detail

The bridal bouquet stood front and center on the head table filled with flowers and candles.

Altar Piece with Cake

Altar pieces moved to the reception flanked the head table and complimented the all white decor

Congratulations to Bailey and Neil on their marriage. It was a pleasure working on your beautiful wedding!


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When bride Andrea contacted us for flowers for her winter wedding she knew she wanted to use white flowers and hoped to incorporate gold and dusty greenery as well. Overall the look she was going for was laid back, textural and a little bit rustic so we designed a suite of florals that incorporated full white flowers with bits of baby’s breath, dusty greenery and gold tinted touches.

For the bouquets we combined fluffy white mums with lush roses accented with soft baby’s breath. Dusty miller leaves were a perfect accent since they look like they are dusted with snow. To incorporate gold into the palette we tinted half of the seeded eucalyptus for a subtle gilded look. Boutonnieres for the groom and best man used ivory spray roses, a touch of baby’s breath and seeded eucalyptus to match the look.

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Winter bridal bouquet of mums, roses, baby’s breath, dusty miller and gold tinted seeded eucalyptus. Photo credit: Chetwynd Rodrigo Photography


Love the fullness of those white mums! Photo credit: Chetwynd Rodrigo Photography

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The beautiful bride and her bridesmaid. Photo credit: Chetwynd Rodrigo Photography


Boutonnieres of spray roses, baby’s breath and seeded eucalyptus match the bouquets perfectly. Photo credit: Chetwynd Rodrigo Photography


Great shot of the happy couple! Photo credit: Chetwynd Rodrigo Photography

The ceremony and reception took place inside Crush Wine Bar in downtown Toronto.  A pair of large altar pieces flanked the ceremony backdrop made of rustic burlap and showcased an over sized gold glitter heart, handmade by the bride. White hydrangea, roses and lisianthis was accented with lots of dusty miller and seeded eucalyptus for a loose, textural arrangement.


Altar pieces contained hydrangea, roses, lisianthis and lots of loose, drippy seeded eucalyptus and dusty miller.


Man and wife! Love that gold heart backdrop. Photo credit: Chetwynd Rodrigo Photography

Round tables featured  a single low centerpieces of hydrangea, roses, lisianthis,  dusty miller and gold tinted seeded eucalyptus surrounded by votive candles for a soft romantic glow. Long rectangular tables were set with multiple smaller arrangements containing hydrangea, roses, baby’s breath and tinted seeded eucalyptus along their length.


Low centerpiece of hydrangea, roses, lisianthis and seeded eucalyptus surrounded by candlelight. Photo credit: Chetwynd Rodrigo Photography


Long tables were set with multiple small arrangements along the length. Photo credit: Chetwynd Rodrigo Photography

We had such a great time working on this wedding with Andrea and wish her and her new husband Brian a long and happy marriage.


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The beautiful thing about purple is that nearly every shade of this rich and royal colour goes together. Lucky for us bride Var and groom Anderson chose the colour, but left the palette to us, favouring an array of tones rather than just one. The resulting flower scheme we created combined soft shades of lavender with royal purple and touches of white using hydrangea, roses, cymbidium orchids, lisianthis, stock and mokara orchids.

Photographer Leon Chai, of Leon Chai Photography captured this couple beautifully and we are thrilled to share his lovely images below.

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Bride Carly was referred to us by her cousin Amanda, who had used our floral services for her wedding a few years before. Always happy to keep it in the family, we were thrilled to be part of her day. Starting with a colour scheme of navy blue with gold accents we collaborated with Carly on how to add some pop to the space. We decided to inject a bold floral colour scheme of hot pink and orange into the mix. Airship 37, in Toronto’s Distillery District, was the site for both the ceremony and reception on a lovely summer’s day filled with colourful accents mixed with traditional details. Jessica from A Brit and a Blonde Photography captured all the beautiful images.

Carly opted for an all white bouquet with touches of green for a little bit of contrast. We combined lucious white roses and spray roses over a bed of soft green hydrangea and accented the bouquet with the most gorgeous white ranunculus blooms the season had to offer. They were stunning!


Carly’s bridal bouquet of roses, spray roses, hydrangea and stunningly perfect ranunculus.


Photography By: A Brit and a Blonde Photography

The bridesmaids carried small bouquets of hot pink and orange roses, set against their navy dresses for a bright pop of colour.


The free spirit coral roses in the bridesmaids bouquets were breathtaking and set off by contrasting hot pink roses.

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Photography By: A Brit and a Blonde Photography

Airship 37 is best described as a blank canvas, an all white urban space, that you can make entirely your own. For the ceremony a pair of large floral arrangements comprised of hydrangea, roses & spray roses flanked the beginning of the aisle. Paper lanterns hung from the ceiling added a little bit of whimsy to the space.

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The ceremony set up at Airship 37 in Toronto’s Distillery District. Photography By: A Brit and a Blonde Photography

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Large arrangements bursting the roses and hydrangea flanked the aisle. Photography By: A Brit and a Blonde Photography

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Photography By: A Brit and a Blonde Photography

The space was then flipped, while guests enjoyed cocktails in the adjoining room. Each guest table was set with a low centerpiece of hydrangea, roses and spray roses in a gold mercury pedestal vase. The centerpieces added just enough colour to the space without overwhelming it, creating a vibrant, young and fresh atmosphere perfectly befitting the couple.

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The reception space at Airship 37. Photography By: A Brit and a Blonde Photography

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Centerpieces combined hydrangea with bright roses and spray roses in gold mercury vases. Photography By: A Brit and a Blonde Photography


Photography By: A Brit and a Blonde Photography

Congratulations to Carly and Alex on their marriage. It was such a joy to collaborate with Carly on the floral design and we were so excited to see this wedding featured on the EventSource.ca blog last month! See that post here as well as this wedding being featured on Airship 37’s blog here.


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Stunning Red Bouquets

The finishing touch to any bridal look is surely the bouquet. With so many style and colour options available we never create the same one twice which makes it my favourite element to design and produce when it comes to wedding flowers. So when bride Ping sought us out for some bouquets for her bridal party we jumped at the chance to create another floral masterpiece.

Ping’s vision was to create all red bouquets for her and her three bridesmaids. So we designed a different bouquet for each bridesmaid; one of red dahlias, one of red pin cushion protea and leucadendron and one of red ranunculus. We then combined all of the flowers into her bridal bouquet to tie it all together and added burgundy calla lilies for additional contrast. This made Ping’s bouquet a truly stunning composition of some very unique blooms.

Red bouquet of protea, dahlia's, calla lilies and ranunculus

Bridal bouquet of dahlia’s, pin cushion protea, leucadendron, calla lilies & ranunculus. Photo Credit: Andrew Ho Photography.

Rustic red bridal bouquet

All shades of red in this textural and striking bouquet. Photo Credit: Andrew Ho Photography.

Rustic red bouquets for fall wedding

Bouquets complete your bridal party look and make a statement. Red pops against grey bridesmaids dresses and of course the white bridal gown. Photo Credit: Andrew Ho Photography. .

We were so thrilled with the finished product and so was our bride. Though we made only a small contribution to her wedding with the bouquet designs, it was still a joy to work on and we are truly happy to play any role in a bride’s dream day.

Congratulations to Ping and Chris on their marriage and may you have a lifetime filled with love and laughter.


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Bride Larissa came to us with a classic navy blue and white colour scheme and wanted to insert pops of sunshine yellow through her flowers. Favouring classic, full, rounded shapes with soft romantic texture she left the flower selection in our hands and we did not disappoint!

Larissa’s bridal bouquet was comprised of fluffy mums, bright full roses, spray roses and prettily scented freesia blooms all in shades of yellow. Her bouquet was bound with navy blue ribbon with a collar detail and a crystal buckle for a touch of sparkle.

Yellow bridal bouquet with navy ribbon collar

Yellow bridal bouquet of mums, roses and freesia

Her bridesmaids carried smaller bouquets of full yellow roses and spray roses accented with craspedia (or billy balls) for a fun and playful touch. The bright yellow popped against their navy blue dresses.

Yellow bouquet of roses and craspedia

For the church ceremony display we crafted floral pieces of white hydrangea, yellow roses and spray roses with dusty miller to flank the altar.

Yellow and grey altar piece

The reception at Chateau Le Jardin in Woodbridge featured a cafe style head table designed by Daniel Barker House of Design. Designer Ann-Marie used strikingly graphic navy and white chevron fabric on the canopy to tie together the colour scheme. Small arrangements of yellow blooms added just the right pop of colour to the look.

Yellow and Navy Head Table Design

Yellow head table flowers

Guest tables were draped in navy linens and small floral arrangements of hydrangea, roses and blue berries added the final touch of yellow.

Yellow centerpiece- hydrangea and roses

Yellow centerpiece with blue accent berries

It was such a pleasure working with Larissa, who trusted us completely and was thrilled with the outcome of her wedding. We wish her and her new husband Pat a lifetime of happiness together!


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Bride Christel knew from the start that she wanted a fall palette of firey oranges, reds and greens for her wedding at Graydon Hall Manor in October. Being a firey redhead herself, the choice seemed obvious (and we just knew those colours would set off her gorgeous red hair too). Working with planner Lisa Garofalo from Bliss Events we created a floral scheme that mixed fall abundance with classic elegance. The resulting design was absolutely breathtaking!

For her bridal bouquet Christel selected a more organic style, looser and more free form than your typical bouquet. We combined rich red paris roses and circus roses with red leucadendron, orange pin cushion protea, red and orange hypericum berry, burnt orange calla lilies and green belles of ireland and tied it loosely with gold cascading ribbons. This striking bouquet was even more beautiful against Christel’s Vera Wang dream gown.

Fall bouquet of roses, protea, calla lilies, belles of ireland and berries

Red, orange and green fall bridal bouquet

The bridesmaids carried more rounded bouquets of red paris and circus roses, leucadendron, pin cushion protea, hypericum berry and belles of ireland.  The rich colours set off their hunter green gowns beautifully.

Bouquet of protea, roses, belles of ireland and hypericum berry.

Fall toned bridesmaids bouquets

A very special boutonniere was crafted for the groom combining two orange calla lilies, orange mokara orchids and some seeded eucalyptus. Wrist corsages of green cymbidium orchids and seeded eucalyptus were lovingly made for the mothers of the bride and groom.

Orange calla lily and orchid boutonniere

Green cymbidium orchid corsage

Mother nature decided to make the day too cold for the planned outdoor ceremony, but luckily Graydon Hall boasts a quaint little chapel on site for such an occasion.  A pair of large, colourful arrangements flanked the altar overflowing with fall blooms. Hydrangeas, roses, mums, and calla lilies were combined with more unique flowers like flowering kale, mokara orchids, leucadendron and red hanging amaranthus for a spectacle of colour and texture. With pieces like these, you don’t need any other decoration!

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Altarpieces of fall flowers - mums, roses, calla lilies, orchids and amaranthus

Fall altarpiece - detail shot

The dinning room of the manor house features an old world warm and charm with buttercream walls and gold chandeliers. Low centerpieces graced each table and were full of fall blooms in warm shades of orange, red, green and copper. Lush creations of roses, mums, pin cushion protea, leucadendron, mokara orchids, snapdragons and hydrangea in bronze vases brought lots of warmth and texture. Tables were set with ornate vintage glass charger plates and mis-matched saucers for a charming, old- english elegance. Finally we dressed up the two mantlepieces in the dinning room with trailing greenery, clusters of floating candles and roses and mums for a little pop of colour.

Fall centerpiece - roses, mums, protea, leucadendron, snapdragons, mokara orchids and hydrangea

Fall low centerpiece - graydon hall manor

Fall inspired low centerpiece

Low centerpieces at graydon hall manor

Mantle treatment of greenery and roses with floating candles

We absolutely loved working on this stunning wedding, made even more amazing by such a fantastic couple. Happiest of wishes to Christel and David on a long and fun filled marriage!


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We were introduced to bride Mallory by our past bride Cayley who recommended our floral services. It’s always nice to get referrals! Though Mallory lived outside of the Toronto area and couldn’t get into town to meet with us we planned her florals via phone and email correspondence with the same detail and precision we would have with in person meetings. Opting for a pretty palette of soft pinks, ivory and soft green touches we packed up our vehicle and headed 3 hours north of Toronto to Cobble Beach Resort on Georgian Bay for a beautiful lakeside wedding.

Mallory chose a mix of ivory and pink roses, spray roses and lisianthus blooms for a romantic rounded bridal bouquet with touches of crystals. Her bridesmaids carried smaller versions of the same bouquet but with the addition of soft green for a bit more colour against their pink gowns.

Pink and White Rose Bouquet

Pink, white and green bouquet of roses and lisianthus

It was a perfect day for an outdoor ceremony with clear blue skies and not a cloud in sight! The ceremony took place right in front of Georgian Bay and we decorated the existing trellis with soft green hydrangea, lots of pink roses and greenery. It made for a beautiful backdrop! At the start of the aisle we placed a pair of matching arrangements of hydrangea, roses, spray roses and lisianthis on glass vases on our white pedestals. A simple, but beautiful ceremony space.

Floral Trellis Arrangement of Hydrangea, Roses and Greens

Trellis arrangement of roses, hydrangea and greens

Pink, white and green ceremony arrangement

Inside the clubhouse, the guest tables were decorated with low centerpieces of hydrangea, roses and spray roses in silver vases. The trellis arrangement was transferred inside to sit atop the mantlepiece of the stone fireplace behind the head table. We love re-purposing flowers this way, and did it ever add to the room!

Low pink and white rose and hydrangea centerpiece

Floral mantle arrangement of hydrangea and roses

Congratulations to the happy couple and we were so glad to meet such a happy bride on her wedding day (finally!) Best wishes to them both on a long and happy marriage!


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We met bride Helen through fabulous wedding decorator Ann-Marie of Daniel Barker House of Design. Helen’s wedding vision was a colour scheme of black and white with pops of purple and lots of bling. With Ann-Marie handling the detailed decor we designed simple florals to accompany the vase array of crystal, sparkle and damask details in this wedding.

Helen’s bridal bouquet was a simple, yet elegant all white bouquet of roses and spray roses. We added crystals to the centers of the roses and detailed the handle with crystal trim and a sparkly brooch. A picture charm of the bride’s late brother was also added to her bouquet as a special sentimental touch.

White rose bouquet with crystals

White rose bridal bouquet

Bridesmaids in long black gowns carried all white bouquets of hydrangea and roses.

White hydrangea and rose bouquet

For the church ceremony a pair of large altar pieces flanked the front altar made of all white hydrangea and roses.

White hydrangea and rose altar pieces

The reception room at The Avenue Banquet Hall was transformed by Ann-Marie and her team at Daniel Barker House of Design. Each table featured a black and white damask table runner with a huge lucite candelabra centerpiece. We added a globe of purple tinted hydrangeas to the top of each candelabra for a pop of colour. Everywhere you looked there were blinged out details, especially on the head table with a gorgeous silver sequin linen, crystal charger plates, napkin rings and chalice candle holders. Pops of purple hydrangea arrangements combined with the bouquets added floral to the head table and the large arrangements from the church were tinted purple on site and flanked the couples romantic loveseat.

Purple hydrangea globe centerpieces

Purple hydrangea candelabra centerpiece

Purple hydrangea and white rose arrangement

Black, white and silver head table design with purple flowers

White hydrangea and rose bouquet on head table


We were so thrilled when the bride and groom entered for their first look and their jaws dropped! It’s always a reaction we love to see. It was a joy working with Helen and we wish her and her husband Rasheed a long and happy marriage together.


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Bride Claire came to us with a wedding theme inspired by the ocean and all its wonderful shades of blue and green. But instead of using more typical seaside wedding elements like sand, stones & starfish she wanted the theme to be reflected only in the floral elements. So we sought out some unique blooms to bring Claire’s vision to life!

Claire’s bridal bouquet combined pale blue hydrangea with full white roses, vibrant blue orchids & while calla lilies. Her bridesmaids carried small bouquets of pale blue hydrangea, white roses, white alstroemeria & blue orchids which perfectly matched the royal blue of the groomsmen’s ties. All the men wore blue orchid boutonnieres to match.

Blue and White Bridal Bouquet with Orchids, Roses and Calla Lilies

Bouquet of orchids, roses, alstromeria and hydrangea

Blue Orchid Boutonniere

For the ceremony we crafted a pair of large altar arrangements out of blue hydrangea, white roses & lots of green hanging amaranthus. The drippy quality of the amaranthus is  so unique and reminiscent of sea kelp so it fit the ocean theme perfectly. We also filled paper cones with blue hydrangea and more amaranthus to line the aisle.

Ocean Inspired Ceremony Flowers of Hydrangea, Roses and Amaranthus

Pew Marker of Hydrangea and Hanging Amaranthus

The reception room at Le Parc in Markham was transformed into a watery world with blue uplighting, silver textured linens and our floral centerpieces. Alternating tall and low centerpieces decorated each table. Low centerpieces contained blue hydrangea, white roses & hanging amaranthus cascading over and onto the table. Tall centerpieces made a big statement with blue hydrangea, white stock, blue dendrobium orchids and more of that fabulous amaranthus hanging down. Vases were filled with glass beads in shade of blue as a final touch.

Low Blue and Green Centerpiece with Hydrangea, Roses and Amaranthus

Ocean inspired centerpiece of hydrangea, stock, orchids and amaranthus.

We thought this wedding turned out exactly as we planned with ocean inspired flair in a non typical design. We wish the happy couple a lifetime of love in their marriage.


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Bride Valerie came to us with a wedding theme inspired by The Phantom of the Opera and the song The Music of the Night. Envisioning a combination of fuchsias, deep reds, blush and royal purple she wanted the flowers to make a bold statement, which we were right on board with!

Valerie’s bridal bouquet was a study in rich colour and texture.  Fuchsia garden roses, pink dahlia’s,  red and blush roses, dark purple lisianthis, pink berries and red ranunculus was a wonderful textural combination with crystal and pearl accents throughout. Absolutely breath-taking!

Pink, Red and Purple Bouquet with Garden Roses, Ranunculus, Lisianthus and Berries

The bridesmaids carried equally dramatic bouquets comprised of fuchsia garden roses, blush and red roses, pink dahlia’s, dark purple lisianthis & red berries which popped against their blush gowns.

Pink, Red and Purple Bridemaid Bouquet with Dahlia's and Garden Roses

We also created a little something special for the flower girl. Instead of a basket of flowers or crown we fashioned this wand with fresh flower topper, crystals and colourful ribbons. Adorable!

Flower Girl Floral Wand

Simple ceremony flowers included a stunning low arrangement for the signing table of purple hydrangea, pink dahlia’s, red and fuchsia roses and dark purple lisianthis. Our iron shepherds hooks also lined the aisle filled with hydrangea, roses & lisianthis.

Red, Purple and Pink Signing Table Flowers

Aisle Markers of Purple Hydrangea, Pink Roses and Purple Lisianthus

The Venetian Banquet Hall was the site for the reception. It’s ornate banquet rooms with crystal chandeliers, gilded mirrors and moulding  fit perfectly with the wedding theme. Each table featured a silver candelabra which held our stunning floral displays. Purple hydrangeas, pink dahlia’s, red and fuchsia roses, blush spray roses and purple lisianthis made a major statement in the room in a burst of dramatic colour. Just gorgeous!

Berry Toned Candelabra Centerpiece with Dahlia's

Centerpiece detail - Dahlia's, Roses and Lisianthus in Berry Tones

Berry Toned Head Table Flowers

We had so much fun utilizing such a bold colour scheme in some truly gorgeous floral designs. We wish Valerie & Daniel a happy and long marriage.


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