The girls carried a bouquet of Weber Parrot Tulips (an awesome variety with lots of textures, take a look at this link for tulips) and white mini calla lilies.
Mr. & Mrs. Robuck are just a delightful couple. I enjoyed exchanging flower stories with Iris. Mr. Robuck was so accomodating even going so far as painting the silver installation that was painfully obvious after we installed the pipe and drape around the perimeter of the barn.
I just love this picture that Troy Battle captured of the flower girl. He is an amazing photographer and I can not thank him enough for being so great to work with and providing these wonderful images for your enjoyment. Be sure and clik the link to see more images of this wedding and others.
Mr. Robuck built this arbor which faced Silver Lake as the couple exchanged vows. Varying varieties of orchid sprays, ivy, variegated greenery and curly willow decorated the arbor.
An explosion of Calypso Mokara Orchids arranged in a variegated ginger leaf lined accented with curly willow brightened the table covered in a Apple Green Bengaline
Other tables included a soft and romantic pink cymbidium orchid spray tucked into a tall round vase. Pink parchment paper covered the flickering votive holders.
The cake carried the pink and green theme with a border of mini green cymbidiums and Garnet Glow mini calla lilies.
The beautiful coupled admiring their dream wedding and all the guest enjoying themselves.
I am often asked about elements that help drive the theme while remaining tasteful. I've seen these paper lanterns used and have used them myself in the past. But I always say use them in masses to provide an abundance of color and ambient lighting. So I couldn't help myself by hanging absolutely ever last lantern the client purchased. It brought the tent alive with color.
I just love this picture from across the pond (of which I wanted to build a bridge across). You can actually see all the pink in the picture it is amazing.