Wedding flowers for the bridal party, ceremony and reception in Northeastern Illinois
Audubon Hall at Independence Grove is a long, narrow room, which can present a challenge to any floral decorator. (The first thumbnail shows the north half of the room.)
By placing eifel-tower arrangements (top photo) on half of the guest tables and smaller table arrangements on the other half, the room was given more dimension.
A lattice backdrop with fresh greenery and Baby's Breath framed the bride and groom against an otherwise plain wall.
The bride and her attendants carried upright bouquets of Stock, blue
Dendrobrium Orchids, Freesia and Roses. The bridal bouquet featured pearl-tipped
Our second bride for the day carried an upright
The attendants carried the same flowers with more
Boutonnieres and corsages were of Calsinia and Dendrobrium Orchids (fifth thumbnail).
The "Matte" Gerbera Daisy (which matched
The bride carried a hand-tied bouquet of
The flower girls carried baskets that featured arrangements in the front and a pouch of fresh Rose petals in the back. The girls also wore hair combs made to match the arrangements.
The attendants (first thumbnail) carried three Gerbera Daisies and three Roses.
The last thumbnail shows the toss bouquet.
The bridal bouquet featured a cascade of Dendrobrium Orchids, Stephanotis, Roses and Freesia.
The attendants carried upright bouquets of Roses
For our second wedding of the day, the popular
The upright bridal and attendant bouquets included
At left, thumbnails show the altar arrangement, table