Filed under: Weddings, Events
I love anything hanging, and this creative canopy bring about the unexpected. From Rachael Rollins of Rachael Kasie Designs in Daytona Beach, "We created this beautiful chandelier/canopy to hang over head on the dance floor. Our clients ultimate goal for her wedding was to create a design theme that was "tropical glam" using a very un-ordinary color palette. The structure was weaved together with rivercane and raffia and then adorned with Queen Pink dendrobium orchid stems as well as individually strung blooms."
This is a flower chandelier designed for a modern Hot Pink and Lime Green Christmas wedding. The pomander balls hanging in the center were to mimic ornaments. Flowers used are: Hot pink amaryllis, lime green hydrangea, green fuji mums, hot pink hydrangea and hot pink carnations.
Below are bouquets I adore.
Left: This particular bouquet was designed specifically for a client who wanted the essence of a Sunset mimicked throughout her bouquet but still achieving a somewhat tropical and very textured look. Flowers used: Yellow Craspedia balls, orange tulips, orange coxcomb celosia, orange Babe spray roses, red/orange upright celosia, orange crocosmia and yellow cymbidium orchids with red throats.Right: This gorgeous bouquet was brought together on several ideas and/or requirements per the client. The entire wedding was based on the color purple seen in this Phaleanopsis orchid, so it was imperative to match it correctly. Secondly, the importance was to bring in a lot of texture and to be unique in the overall creation of the bouquet. Lastly, the Bride loved Lily of the Valley but did not have the budget to pay for it so we used the tips of white hybrid delphinium instead to achieve the look of it and it came together just beautifully. Flowers used: White peonies, green coxcomb celosia, purple phaleanopsis orchids, white hybrid delphinium and white lilacs.