Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Real Wedding: Black/Fuchsia/White Pt. II

Here are more details from our recent wedding at Founders Inn & Spa.

Runners, tables numbers, place cards: Isha Foss Events

We used gems in the wedding colors to indicate guest meal choices.

Please come back for images of the lovely garden ceremony!

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Real Wedding: Black/Fuchsia/White Pt. I

Black, fuchsia, and white gave this wedding at the Founders Inn & Spa a modern twist on traditional design.

All flowers from Bloom: The Art of Flowers. Please check back for more on the details and professional photos.

Monday, July 13, 2009

Real Wedding: A vision in white

This wedding reception at the Chrysler Museum of Art was clean, simple, and beautiful!

The bride requested that all flowers - bouquets, boutonnieres, and centerpieces consist of a single type of white flowers with no greenery. The bride carried white peonies ( a find in July), the maids, white french tulips, and the men wore white freesia. The pews were marked with white hydrangea and altar pieces consisted of french tulips in a base of hydrangea (slight breaking of the rule).

Centerpieces were white dendrobium orchids. Uplighting and pin spotting by Blue Steel Lighting Design highlighted the florals and gave the room a soft glow.

White phaelenopsis orchids accent the cake. Silver dotted ribbon on the candles mimic the design on the cake.

Isha Foss Events provided Wedding Month Management (coordination) and floral design.

We hope to share shots of the ceremony and other details from the professional photographer. Please check back!

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Real Wedding: Cara & Mike Pt. II

Check out the lovely details of Cara and Mike's wedding at Steinhilber's in Virginia Beach.

Guests dined al fresco on fresh seafood (we are on the Chesapeake Bay after all) and haute Southern cuisine from renowned chef Bobby Huber.

Surrounded by beautiful lush florals from Bloom: The Art of Flowers.

A good time was had by all!

Images beautifully captured by David Schwartz Photography. For more on this event, check out David's blog here.