Friday, June 14, 2013

bespoke bouquet

Several times during the Spring and in Autumn, there are requests for a single bouquet for either a City Hall wedding or a restaurant wedding.  And among these, there are a few where I have pretty much free reign: just a color to work with.

Tomorrow we have a wedding at the Lyman Estate.  Colors are yellow and grey.  The bride wanted yellow and blue and green for her bouquet.  I'll post the results tomorrow.

Today, my 'free reign' bouquet was picked up by a friend of the Bride and taken to the Cape as a surprise.




Peonies, Juliet roses, deutzia, sea star fern and the roses on the right are cut from The Cambridge Historical Society ... legally.  A member of the society had me cut some flowers there for an engagement party.  Apparently they're doing work on the house, so all perennials will be moved out of the way.  I don't know the name of this rose, but it's lovely.


5 comments:

An Urban Cottage said...

That's REALLY pretty!

flwrjane said...

It's all lovely. Soft, romantic and summery.

And sea star fern, my total favorite. I love the way it curls around in all the right places.

a little twist here, a little twist there.

xo Jane

marlowe said...

Lovely!

Alicia said...

Pretty!

Jen said...

the perfect bridal bouquet--sooo pretty; and those ferns are wonderful!