Thursday, March 25, 2010

Kussee Wedding

She wanted something something fresh...something modern, but with the weighted palette of red, cream, and black - yellow added for zest. A clean and refined assortment was devised: fresh she got!

The couple printed a few pictures from after the ceremony to display at the reception, and the bouquet photographed extremely well. The colors are quietly bold, the texture defined - making for a substantial subject. 

Yellow Cymbidiums, Akito Roses, Black Magic Ti Leaf, red Anenomes, white Pixie Carnations, red Kangaroo Paw. Stems finished with black sheer ribbon and pearlized pins.

(Left Boutonniere) Red Anenomes, yellow Feverfew, Black Magic Ti Leaf loops. Stems finished with black sheer ribbon and wrapped in red wire. 
(Right Boutonniere) Akito rose, yellow Feverfew, red Kangaroo Paw, Black Magic Ti Leaf loops. Stems finished in a likewise fashion. 
Corsages (not shown): Same items as the boutonnieres, white Alstromeria with yellow hues added. 

Cymbidiums suspended in a square, glass vase by coiled wire. It was stunning inside of the reception hall (too dark to photograph, unfortunately). This idea would be so adaptable to any scheme because the wire comes in a wide variety of colors. A softer look could be obtained by using a round vase and wired ribbon. A set of three would make for an breathtaking center piece. So simple and so chic. 

Lead Design: Courtney Senter
Cost Effectiveness: Some Extra Cash Won't Hurt

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