I hate red and green for Christmas. My preferred palette is white...think snow, silver bells and candle light and you got a a great table setting
Lliac,Ball Jars, and terra cotta pots makes a simple statement at an outdoor country wedding in Vermont.
Dogwood, roses, tulips, lilacs, viburnum makes a sweet combination for both centerpieces and bouquets.
Black and white weddings really makes a bouquet stand out ...maybe that's why I love them so much.
This vibrant bouquet made of purple tulips, bright green Ladies mantle, lambs ear, rudbeckia pods and miscanthus grass is "French" tied with two contrasting ribbon colors.
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.
Hyacinths...leaves and all, makes a chic arrangement in a simple glass vase.
Subtle colors on the bridesmaids really sets of off the blue hydrangeas of bouquets.
I made these monochromatic bouquets for the wedding issue for InStyle magazine.
Blue Wedding Bouquet and boutonniere to match makes an ideal couple at this outdoor wedding on the Jersey Shore.
I love using loads of nubby, gritty, fuzzy things mixed in with great flowers. It takes the edge off the sweetness.
Apples look great and fill up a nice amount of space without spending a lot of money in an arrangements.