Friday, June 10, 2011

Real Weddings: Erica and Tony

I first met Erica (briefly) when she was a bridesmaid in her friend Shauna’s wedding. When we met for coffee two years later to talk about flowers for her own wedding, I knew we would hit it off. Erica has a great style and a wonderful eye for color. Her colors were shades of pink, bright green, turquoise and white. Her style was English Garden/Jane Eyre/Alice in Wonderland (with a dark side). Loved it! Our job was to translate this into bouquets and centerpieces that she and Tony would love.

Erica and the girls carried bouquets filled with tulips, ranunculus, hellebores, viburnum and piers japonica. Tony and the guys wore succulent and rosemary boutonnieres.



While the wedding was at the beautiful Carnegie Institute in DC, the wedding party chose some super creative DC spots for their photos!


Erica and Tony collected milk glass and depression era glass that we used in small collections on each of the reception tables. The varieties of blues, greens and whites looked awesome with the brightly colored flowers.



Thanks to Plant Masters and Farmhouse Flowers for the beautiful flowers!

Special thanks to Jocelyn Mathewes of Studio Mathewes for these amazing photos. We are always so happy to have the opportunity to work with Jocelyn. To see more photos from Erica and Tony’s wedding you can check out Jocelyn’s blog or our flickr site!

Congratulations to Erica and Tony! Much love and happiness to you both!


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