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For all the wonderful people in our lives at Flowers Washougal, our heart goes out to you. We appreciate all your love and support throughout the year. We appreciate your patrionage, your support, and your business.
With your request for fabulous flowers…we are able to perform our magic. With the upcoming holiday, we would like to extend our invitation to you. Give us a try, put out your trust, we think you will be pleasantly delighted with our flowers!
What could be more scrumptious than a blend of peach, coral and deep orange? Add a pop of lime and wow! Stunning! This past weekend, Alyssa got married. A beautiful outdoor wedding at a private home in Camas. She loved everything romantic like these stunning ‘peach peony’ garden roses, peach colored ‘primadonna’ roses and deep hot orange ‘springtime’ spray roses. With the addition of stunningly robust white freesia and some sublime green hydrangea…her bouquet was complete. Um… almost! In every wedding, we throw a surprise. A little gem to complete the look. In Alyssa’s bouquet a simple tiny flower was added to complete the effect. Vibrant cape fuchsia florets were incorporated for a little POP! Deep coral with yellow centers, it was a wonderful surprise element.
Give the bride amazing color? Treat the attendants to a simplified color palette! Her girls had beautiful bouquets of classic white ‘avalanche’ roses, soft green hydrangea and fragrant white freesia. Beautiful, stunning and perfectly garden-wedding appropriate!
Our planning, penciling, staging and creating comes to fruition, one beautiful bride at a time. It is true, that we meet with our brides and then many times meet again. We really feel it’s important to give our brides the attention they need and make sure that we have all our ‘ducks in a row’ for their special day.
Stunning flowers were created for a very special customer in our store recently. Sheryl’s grand daughter got married! With stunning flowers such as phalaenopsis orchids, lilies, hydrangea, freesia, roses and so much more…it was really a luscious effect! Dramatic tones of ruby, burgundy, russett, and scarlet filled the reception.
Once in a while, team FW gets a project that might be considered out of the realm of a flower shop’s regular duties…But not to us! We welcome all the quirky ‘odd requests’ with excitement, pouring into them creativity and life. This last week, we were faced with a ‘pumpkin carving party’ yard project.
A good customer came to us and requested a festive scene fit for all the ghosty and gobliny kids of the neighborhood to exercise their creative pumpkin wielding. We created a six-foot scarecrow with lighting pumpkin head, a ‘trick or treat’ pumpkin totem of stacked pumpkins and bittersweet, and a patch with beautiful autumn mums, corn, millet, apples, pumpkins, and gourds. We sure had fun doing it. And everyone seemed to enjoy it.
Happy Halloween and Pumpkin carving Nielsen Family!!
This past weekend, we had 3 more weddings. Dustin and Kristin tied the knot in the Rhodedendron Garden in Portland. She chose beautiful flowers in deep shades of purple with accents of lime green. Turquiose ribbon offset the colors and balanced the addition of peacock feathers!
Blooming oregano, scabiosa, hypericum, seeded eucalyptus and feathers add contrast and whimsy to the completed bouquet!
Whew! We have been very busy the last couple weeks. This special event sponsored by Vancouver’s BIA hosted over 250 attendees at the new Parade of Homes site in Ridgefield, WA at Green Gables and Pioneer Canyon. We had the great opportunity to create stunning tropical arrangements for the event thanks to Amanda from Life’s a Party Event Planning and Consulting and Niki from Nicolette’s Catering.
These Stunning Arrangements were created in cone shaped containers on stands. Anthurium, orchids, heliconia, bamboo, crocosmia and tropical foliages were combined together in this dramatic look.
Tall arrangements towered above many of the tables with bamboo, ti leaves and crocosmia. Simple and stunning!
On other tables, low bowls of river stone, bamboo, palms and anthurium dressed up the tables.
On Niki’s buffet tables, we created long tablescape arrangements of tropical splendor! Overall a really great event! Thanks to everyone that referred us and for such a great opportunity to show what Flowers Washougal can do!