Black and white weddings really makes a bouquet stand out ...maybe that's why I love them so much.
A monochromatic bouquet photo spread in In Style...
Dogwood, roses, tulips, lilacs, viburnum makes a sweet combination for both centerpieces and bouquets.
Cherry blossoms and Dogwood branches make dramatic centerpieces for large events.
I made these monochromatic bouquets for the wedding issue for InStyle magazine.
Centerpieces of Cherry Branches can be so dramatic for any Spring Event.
The simplicity of Lady's mantle and roses in an urn.
This spectucular bouquet is a simply all scabiosas tied with a periwinkle ribbon.
The best way to make an outdoor event feel more festive is to add flowers, pillows and candles.
I love using loads of nubby, gritty, fuzzy things mixed in with great flowers. It takes the edge off the sweetness.
Marie wanted to kill me when she was only halfway thru lighting the 800 votives...with only 12 minutes to go before guests arrive!
Dad on one arm and a bouquet of roses, hydrangea, tulips, peonies, delphiniums on the other would make any bride smile.
A party in the Hampton's for design guru, Kim Seybert is brightly festooned with tulips, peonies, chinch, lady's mantle and her beautiful table settings.
The grapevine hanging from cable on the ceiling of this wedding tent serves two purposes...1. hides the lighting cable and 2. created intimacy in a vast shell.