Monday, October 25, 2010

Melanie and Wayne


When I first met with Melanie and Wayne they were obviously in love and very excited about their upcoming wedding! With Melanie living in Egypt, her and Wayne had carried on a long-distance relationship for a long time and were now eager to begin their life together here in the United States. Melanie wanted her wedding flowers to be silk so that she could keep them forever as a reminder of their special day. Her burgundy and black color scheme was carried throughout her day.

The wedding ceremony was on the grounds of The Oaks Plantation in Goose Creek, SC, with the reception following in the Country Club house.

Off to start their life together!

Friday, October 8, 2010

Roper Saint Francis Healthcare

Had a great time making the table arrangements for Roper Saint Francis Healthcare's Quarterly Leadership Development Meeting. The event was held in the Culinary Arts building at Trident Technical College. 

I made two styles of arrangements, in three different colors, all using asiatic lilies and ming fern.
The first arrangement shows the lilies and ming fern in a lomey dish with magnolia leaves and a triple bamboo stake held together with decorative wire.

With the second style I used the asiatic lilies, curly willow, ming fern, and lily grass in a ginger jar.

The event was accomodated very comfortably in the large space with 42 tables in alternating linen colors of orange, yellow, green, and white. Several large projection screens surrounded the room allowing everyone a clear view to follow along with the program.