Wild and Taylor
Close up photos of the details that we think no one else will really see…but of course no one than Scott and Adina— Hayne Photography! We love them!
A collection of containers mixed with fresh fruit and flowers, some with tops, some without tops. All accented with pomanders of yellow and green mums, our stem votive candle sets and star votives completed the centerpiece.
I do not have a favorite flower …however, I have a few that I am more likely to be inspired by. One of these, which is on the side of the Big Yellow Block, and in this centerpiece. (just in yellow though) Combined with a very light yellow rose, yellow and white lily’s and a mix of greens.
Yellow and lime green, fresh fruit, our 28″ palace vases, crystals, just in the center of the table accented with different collections of other vases with mixed sliced fruit, as well as fresh flowers and pomander balls of kermit mums. Scott (Hayne Photography) is the only one who can find a way to slide in the room without you knowing, and grab a picture. This was during our Epic flip of the room in 28 minutes! My staff Rocked this…even with our 55″ vases fully designed from the ceremony. Then we moved them from one end of the Westin ballroom to the other side.
An arch using our 55″ tall cylinders with hanging amaranthus, white lilys, glads, 80 stems of white orchids, our haning battery votives, and stands of crystals. This later WAS moved to place over the cake table.
Pike Media Resources did the lighting for this event. We like gobo that was choosen for the ceremony.
After all is set and done, isn’t this the way your want your guest to feel. It was my favorite picture and has nothing to do with flowers or decor. Scott/Adina- Hayne Photography always manage to find the one moment that no one else will see.
Yellow lily’s, green kermit mums, green eustoma, hypericum, green and white hydrangea, yellow freesia and greens to finish. Lemons and limes were Angie’s inspiration. Antonia Christianson had every detail covered…I mean every detail from the moment we met with her and her client.
No detail was left unattended when we met with Angie and Antonia the statement was, “The Ceremony has to be just as WOW and have the same Aw effect as the reception!” So we used our 55″ glass vases with Birch branches growing from 12′ to 14′ on the back row of chairs. Off of the branches we hung pomanders of white roses, white alstromeria, white carnations, battery votives, and crystals. To finish each vase had orchids growing out of the top of the vase.