I have been super busy with weddings, meeting with brides, and answering emails...and my baby girls first birthday party, which was yesterday in the park. (We were so lucky to have such amazing weather....and just enough wind for my almost 3 year old to fly his first kite...he made it look so easy! My husband was a little jealous remembering his battles with kites in his youth!).
So as I write I am finding myself a little exhausted and gearing up for three straight weekends of weddings starting on the 30th. Then my 'winter break' begins...things always slow down between December and March.
This place was beautiful, I felt like I was in the English country side pulling up to the clubhouse. Here's a link to Fiddler's Elbow site.
The bride had a very cool idea of creating asymmetrical tall arrangements, so working with gladiolus (these are in season locally), roses, green dendrobium orchids, and hydrangea, this is what I created. It was based on a picture of an arrangement the bride sent me that would sit along a wall, so I adjusted it so it looked good from all angles, and created it so the stems weren't blocking the view across the table.
So here are the rest of the pictures!