Archive for March, 2010
Vivian got married 7000 feet about Timberline in the rustic Silcox Hut a weekend or so ago. Being she is a park ranger herself, it seemed the perfect place for her future husband and her to make their love and vows complete. Her choice of flowers also seemed perfect, from mosses, branches, rabbit foot ferns, succulents and fern curls, to soft romatic flowers like garden roses, tulips and ranunculas, this look evoked both of their personalities perfectly! Textural wonderment was created by Julie…a lover of anything native and Northwest! Truly Breathtaking!
This last weekend, we delivered an elegant and simple wedding to Skamania Lodge. Laura Knight’s bouquet consisted of dusky Sahara roses, fragrant freesia, miniature calla lilies, dendrobium orchids and blousy hydrangea. Cascade bouquets are popular this year, and this timeless one, is right along the lines of what our brides are looking for.
A bouquet of Sahara roses was created as her toss bouquet with tons of trailing ribbon. This bouquet was constructed so that it would explode into many bouquets when tossed.
Her cake, created by JaCiva Bakery of Portland. It was created using white chocolate with white chocolate roses. We embellished it with flowers in the layers. Simple and beautiful!