Sunday, November 8, 2009
It's been a busy week at Plum Sage. We participating in the first artisan show at Living the Sweet Life on Thursday, had multiple weddings yesterday and then donated and attended the first annual Tunes for Barret at the Oriental Theater. We are gearing up for Anna Be's 3rd anniversary party tonight but here are a few beautiful images from yesterday's events!
Our first bride, Amanda, was married at the quaint Eisenhower Chapel at Lowry. She loved berries and we peppered her orange and raspberry palette with rosehips and bittersweet. The combination was ideal for the sunny fall day.
Our next bride, Michele loved the contrast of orange and green against her brown bridesmaids attire. Her bouquet of deep wine mini callas was stunning... and so perfect the flowers almost seemed artificial! (p.s...not an option at Plum Sage). Her flower girls carried the bright and gorgeous milva rose pomanders complimented with turqouise ribbon.
And last, but not least, we loved Holly's unique combination of colorful buds and berries including (but not limited to) kale, fern shoots, privet berry, billy balls, gloriosa lilies, anemones, lisianthus and mini calla lilies. On the bottom right is her toss bouquet, which we created to be an "exploding" bouquet to surprise her single friends. Attached to each single stem were several lottery tickets! On the top right, you will notice a corsage adorned with a small hummingbird and a succulent, two items dear to her grandmother's heart. We love details such as these!
Congratulations ladies! We are so glad you had such a beautiful day.