Before meeting her flower designer, they only knew two things. Her colour was blue. His flower was orchid.
Tenesha had the usual jitters meeting Janice, at Dutch Mill Flower Shop. Would she be too expensive? Would her flowers wither on her big day? How would she decide?
Before the initial meeting, she had no theme per se. “I knew what colour I wanted to use, and of course the orchids for Kirk, but how they would be used was a mystery to me.”
Then she sat down for a consultation with Janice. “After meeting with Janice, with her outgoing personality and incredible flower knowledge, I listened to her suggestions and had so many to choose from.”
but Janice showed me examples
and from there it blossomed from an
outstanding bridal bouquet to
equally stunning bridesmaid’s bouquets
and groomsmen boutonnieres.”
As every bridal couple knows the bouquets are just one aspect of the ceremony. At this wedding, the table centres became stand alone pieces of art.
Tall elegant round vases, filled with water and two stems of submerged blue orchids. Each vase also featured submerged white LED lights attached to the bottom of the vase with beautiful clear crystals.
The tall vase itself was placed on a beautiful prismatic mirror, with two smaller vases with floating candles placed either side, each with different shades of blue.”
It was magic.
“We gave away the table centres at the end of the evening and everyone just loved them.”
Wedding Photography by Katie Niemiec photography