Colorful Fiori at Grand Piazza

Gina and Brian were married at Assumption Church and had their reception at Grand Piazza in Chicago. Their colors were gold, mauve, dark purple, yellow, champagne and ivory. Flowers included spray roses, roses, ranunculus, stock, hydrangea, lisianthus, wax flower, oncidium orchids, aster, mini callas, and some foliage.

For the personal flowers, Gina carried a mostly ivory and champagne rose, lisianthus and spray rose bouquet with yellow ranunculus and eggplant calla accents. The handle was wrapped in champagne with pearl detail and looked fab! The bridesmaids carried mixed bouquets of purple stock, eggplant callas, and champagne roses with ivory handles. The bouts and corsages were made with roses and spray roses and the pomander was probably my favorite one we’ve ever made–a ball of hydrangea with wax flower, spray roses, aster and foliage on the top.

For the Ceremony, we just did Parent Sign of Peace flowers and a Blessed Virgin Mary Offering.

For the Reception, we did 2 styles of centerpiece plus accents for the cocktail area. One of the centerpiece styles was a mixed arrangement with lots of colors and textures. The other was a trio of vases with mixtures of flowers in them. The accents at the cocktail hour included 6 mixed pieces inside stemless wine glasses and 2 budvases with mixed blooms in them. Because it was way too windy and gusty on the rooftop we could not put the glassware outside, so we arranged them with the photos and candles from the bride. It was a beautiful statement and I am sure everyone loved it!

I really enjoyed doing Gina and Brian’s Wedding and wish them a lifetime of happiness!

Congrats Mr. and Mrs. Pacula!

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  1. Gina Pacula
    Posted September 16, 2010 at 8:12 pm | Permalink

    Thanks Kristen!! They were beautiful!