Our First Wedding of 2011 in Red & Yellow

Sarah and Seth were our first wedding of 2011–they married on January 1st, 2011 to be exact!!!
They had their wedding ceremony and reception at Elmhurst Art Museum and had modern, sculptural red and yellow mix of flowers including protea, gerbera daisies, billy balls, tulips, anemones and spray roses.

The bridal bouquet had white anemones, red and yellow pincushion protea, yellow and red tulips, and yellow billy balls in it. The bridesmaids carried bouquets of red and yellow tulips with billy ball accents. The bouts were all made of yellow billy balls, yellow and red spray roses, and red tulips…they were simple and chic. The corsages were made of similar blooms plus some white spray roses and there was a special corsage made with pink mini carnations.

The reception flowers included gerbs, tuliips and protea with lily grass and wire accents with submersible LED lights inside various shaped vases that the bride provided. I made all of the arrangements on sight using her materials and I just added the water and sculptural submerged and floating flowers to the vases. It was fun, quick, on-site design and the end result was a modern, sculptural look perfect for the gallery space.

I enjoyed doing this fun wedding and wish Sarah and Seth a lifetime of happiness!

Congrats to you both!

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Gratuitous Bouquet Shot

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