Saturday, March 19, 2011

Tiffany and Edward's Wedding

The curly willow branches and orchids gave height to the arrangements
Chad was given the opportunity to use his talents for Tiffany and Edward's wedding. He made all the bouquets, boutineers, crosages, flower centerpieces and the arch in the church. It was by far the largest event he has decorated with about 600 people and 70 tables (he was only responsible for about half the tables). I think everything turned out great! I am always amazed at what he is capable of creating.

Chad ordered the flowers for the cake and Tiffany's cousin, who made the cake, arranged them. I thought it turned out nicely. The cake was delicious...all 5 of them:) Not only did they have the wedding cake, but also had 4 other sheet cakes - coconut, hummingbird, lemon and chocolate. Of course I had to have a piece of each one!

I loved this new look of tulips and calla lilly twisted in the water of the tall vases

The bride had a specialty coffee bar at the reception so Chad incorporated coffee beans into the centerpieces and brought in the browns with fiddle head ferns in the bouquets and boutineers.

The bridesmaid's bouquets

The bride's bouquet was white calla lillys and curly willow branches and bear grass to accent.

I love the use of the fiddle head fern with the calla lilly for the boutineers...such a classy look!

We had a wonderful time at the wedding and enjoyed the good food and I especially enjoyed the cakes:) I think Chad probably had one of each of the coffee drinks.

Sutton was all smiles with cousins Chelsea and Tiffany and Great Aunt Deborah.

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