The Bride and Groom
Soft hues of white and creamy with a hint of green make this floral arrangement appear crisp and inviting as the first winter’s snow. A delicate mix of white tulips, green and white hydrangeas with some crème de la crème roses tucked within is the perfect winter bouquet.
February Frolics in the Snow Bouquet
Lilacs Bloom and Perfume
Nothing can top the smell of fresh lilacs, but alas just like forbidden love, they last but such a short time. These lush fragrant beauties bloom in early May and add a perfect touch for bridal bouquets or look simply divine in a mason jar or milk glass container.
Spring has Sprung
With this array of blue hydrangeas, purple kale cabbage flower and heather, it just bursts with the feel of an English garden arrangement.
A Sprinkle for Charley-Rose
Pink rattles and baby bottles adorn this sweet baby shower arrangement filled with pink and white campanula flowers; cup shaped blooms in pink and white hues. With plenty of soft pink roses for a little girl arriving in the world named Charley Rose.
Caitlyn’s Bridal Shower
Mackenzie’s Baby Shower
Baby’s Breath Bouquets for a Mid Winter’s Wedding
Raspberry Garden Rose Bouquet
Fall in all its Glory
Rustic Mantle Love
Corsages and Bouts
A Party at the Beach
Private party at Baia’s back deck. Blue, green and white flowers with touches of driftwood make this intimate setting one of the coolest party on the bay. This event is a party that I helped with at Primrose and Company. All photos and design ideas belong to Primrose and Company.
A Wedding in Cold Springs, Cape May
This event is a wedding I helped work at Primrose and Company. All pictures and designs are property of Primrose and Company.
All in the Details.
The tiny details of your wedding or special event make up the entire function. Adding special touches showcase the uniqueness of the special day. Don’t be afraid to do something out of the ordinary. Show your style.
Pretty Wedding Guest Favors
Sunflowers for a Summer Moon
In a summer affair or a backyard picnic or even for a summer wedding, sunflowers can carry their own! Without little or no aid from fillers or other flowers, these beauties make a splashy show for just a bit of “dough”. I just love using urns or containers from my house to show off these big overgrown flowers.