Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Snowballs in February










Since we've haven't seen too many snowballs this winter in Utah...

Lynlee's reception was held in the Joseph Smith Memorial Building's Empire Room. It doesn't matter how many times I've designed for this room -- its so insanely elegant, I just can't get enough of it. Granted, that ornate look isn't for everyone, but its one that's surely never going out of style...

This event's floral designs couldn't have been more simple, but when you piece together all the elements that went into this decor, its stunning.

The centerpieces were pomanders made out of white carnations, placed atop assorted silver glass candlesticks. (Don't they look like snowballs?) The bridal bouquet featured Akito and Polar Star tea roses, white garden roses, and white spray roses. No greenery. None. Nada. The accent color was obviously gray in this wedding. White and gray...thinking this is my new favorite combo for sure.

Thanks to Michelle for bringing along her camera on this setup so I actually have something to post for once!

3 comments:

Michelle said...

As usual, you are so very welcome. I would do anything for you dear, anything.

Melissa Suzanne said...

Thanks for stopping by the Blossom Sweet Blog! I was excited to get your comment.

Beautiful work - as ALWAYS. :)

Adizat said...

Love the pomander centerpieces. Simply elegant. Have a great day!