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June 24, 2014
We recently worked on an event with Motorola in the John Lennon Terrace at Hard Rock Live. The Motorola logo color is a teal blue that the client requested to be incorporated. With the summer rapidly approaching, she wanted to use a color pallet of the sun in shades of red, orange and yellow. These creative and unique pieces below are what we came up with:
The cocktail tables featured:
A 4” cube topped with a pave of yellow spider mums with a clutch of mango calla lilies coming out of the center all atop a bed of teal acrylic ice with accents of teal wire.
A 4”w x 11”t clear glass square with yellow spider mums with a clutch of orange/yellow double tulips coming out of the center atop a bed of teal gems.
There was a focal point table that was deigned with a trio of varying height cylinders using tulips, calla lilies and spider mums all at staggered heights atop teal gems and red oasis. The teal was an awesome pop of color!
The dessert table displayed a mixed arrangement of coordinating elements in a footed clear glass container.
This color combination was fun and vibrant and exactly what the client was looking for – we loved working with Motorola!
May 26, 2014
Memorial Day is a US federal holiday wherein the men and women who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces are remembered. The holiday, which is celebrated every year on the final Monday of May, was formerly known as Decoration Day and originated after the American Civil War to commemorate the Union and Confederate soldiers who died in the Civil War. By the 20th century, Memorial Day had been extended to honor all Americans who have died while in the military service. It typically marks the start of the summer vacation season, while Labor Day marks its end.
In honor of the upcoming holiday, we created some unique floral arrangements to celebrate this day.
An American Flag replica was created using red and white carnations , blue stem dyed dendrobium orchids and white asters.
Another creative look was designed using a silver galvanized bucket topped with a lush creamy white hydrangea, red and white tulips, with a red, white and blue fresh cut succulent on one side with two American Flags. How awesome does that succulent look?!?
ISES Orlando and Greenery Productions also Salute to the men and women who have and are serving our country. Thank you for all you do today and everyday!
May 21, 2014
Whenever I work with a Greenery Productions family member I’m always reminded of why I love my job. Working with Robbin Ward, 18 year Greenery Productions veteran, was too much fun! I kept thinking, “Do we really get paid to do this?” Robbin is our Co-Director and oversees every hotel property’s plant interiorscape and our production department / events team. Her management style mimics her soft spoken, yet serious and harmonious personality. I personally have benefited in so many ways from working with her for the last 9 years.
If you think Robbin is a sweet southern woman then you ought to meet her daughter, Rachel. She is a beautiful woman, soul and BRIDE! On March 22nd, 2014 she married Dusty Oliver at the family church in Christmas, Florida. The reception following was at the La Cita Golf & Country Club in Titusville. The highlight of the day other than the joy of working with Rachel & Robbin was the #instafun with master photographer Errol Colon http://errolcolon.com/blog/
I’d like to share with you some of the highlights surrounding the wedding. Sunflowers and purple, that’s all Rachel asked for. So granting her wishes we designed everything around this and her personality. The Ward & Oliver families are cattle ranchers. Dusty’s boutonniere was designed with empty bullet casings to create a fun and personal boutonniere. Rachel loved purple gladiolus so we incorporated them into her bouquet.
The sunflowers reigned supreme throughout the wedding, which were also included in the large altar arrangements and long family style guest tables. Robbin’s personal touches were everywhere: church pews set chevron style, a metal antique truck with bottle caps and fabric wrapped bouquets.
Because tending to the livestock isn’t enough, Robbin is also a cake designer. So of course no cake would have been good enough for her daughter’s wedding. She toiled for hours designing a cake that was perfectly suited for Rachel & Dusty’s wedding. Lavender asters & yellow solidago accents were the perfect finishing touch for this masterpiece.
My favorite element was the home away from home on wheels, which I personally designed for the couple. Complete with a bungalow, plants & bicycles, it is surely the ideal and perhaps most southern way to travel in this neck of the woods.
So through these photos, we invite you to share in the joy of Mr. & Mrs. Oliver’s very special wedding day. Thank you Rachel, Dusty & Robbin for allowing myself and the entire Greenery Production’s family to help you celebrate one of life’s truly treasured times. We all are wishing you a lifetime of wedding bliss.
-Written By: Tommy Murphy
Greenery with Motorola in the John Lenno...
MOTOROLA : We recently worked on an event with Motorola in the John Lennon Terrace at Hard Rock Live. The Motorola logo color is a teal blue that the client requested to be incorporated. With the ...
Celebrating Memorial Day
Memorial Day is a US federal holiday wherein the men and women who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces are remembered. The holiday, which is celebrated every year on the final Monday of May, was formerly known ...
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