July 11, 2010
I honestly don’t know what is more exiting after picking up the recent issue of Central Florida Bride magazine? I guess it is a combination of having three featured weddings, three great couples, being featured with some of my favorite and definitely Central Florida’s best wedding professionals and now getting to share this excitement with you.
The first wedding is another wedding designed with Blush by Brandee Gaar
and captured by the talents of Studio 222 Photographer
What I loved about this wedding was that the bride allowed us to create about six different styled centerpieces for about 12 guest tables. Rather than spread the designs amongst our talented team, Janice Prewitt
took my vision for each style and created one of my all time favorite pink and white weddings even using baby’s breath here and there. All the little elements infused in this wedding created a sophisticated and chic southern wedding with elegance and style.
What is special about this wedding is that Donna Cooke from the Wyndham Orlando Resort
could have garnered the talents of anyone in Orlando, but her and daughter Marisa chose to work with me and Greenery Productions. It was such an honor to work this intimately with an industry professional.
Thanks to David Basher from A Magic Moment
for capturing such great images. Creating unique and eye catching designs with deep burgundy floral was left to us. In the article, the bride listed Greenery Productions as the most important vendor. “I met with my florist twice and went over species of flowers, colors, and vases, but left
the design to the professionals. I was ecstatic when I saw how beautiful and perfectly coordinated they were.” Thank you Marisa, we had a great time designing your wedding.
Lastly is the wedding of Janelle & Leon. Modest was Janelle, that I was the only one permitted to call her Dr. Haynes. I enjoyed every moment of planning with Janelle and her coordinator (of my favorites of course) Kerline of Joie De Vie Weddings & Events
. Janelle was such a delight a constant reminder why we do what we do. She allowed me and the Greenery Productions team to design a wedding that was modern, edgy, unique yet captured her and Leon’s personality. From the linens, to the chairs, cake, centerpieces and ceremony, she allowed me to bring all the elements together and truly valued our thoughts
and opinions. Other images can be seen in a post last year.
Perhaps some of my favorite planning discussions surrounded the cake with the floral, glass and acrylic riser designed by none other than the talents of Party Flavors
. Thank you so much Carrie Wildes Photography
for capturing such wonderfully detailed images and sharing them with all the vendors and that ultimately led to this wonderful article.
January 25, 2010
Greenery Productions not only designs floral but designs events. So like many brides in the past, I knew working with this brides was going to be a delight for me. Working with Dr. Haynes & Leon was such a pleasure. I am grateful to have met her at a wedding show (rarely do we attend) and then to have Kerline of Joie de Vie Weddings and Events sing our praises. Her September 2009 wedding at Omni Championsgate was such a wonderful wedding for the summer. Thankfully she took my advise (because Kerline could not break the news to her) that we needed to move the wedding in doors. Like with everything else, she trusted our professional instinct and we had a beautiful indoor ceremony.
Always looking to share a little time with my clients. Her girls were just as sweet as her.
I love using feathers but am very particular to make sure we are making the right statement. The collar of hackle plates really set off the
eggplant colored mini calla lilies.
I always feel the focus during
a reception should be directed towards the happy couple. The ceremony decor flanking the sweetheart table along with the uplighting
, custom monogram and dramatic cake accomplished this need of mine.
Janelle wanted a dramatic cake and we worked with Party Flavors
to create a unique look with glass risers, metal wire, fresh floral and feathers. Again for me it is important elements are used tastefully and not overdone. The look of happiness tells the story.
The short centerpieces were a 10″ bubble bowl resting atop gold wired at a deep angle. Inside the bubble bowl was swirled eggplant mini calla lilies.
The custom sweetheart table arrangement brings together all the elements to carry through the dramatic look the bride desired.
The tall centerpieces were a large clutch of open cut calla lilies held together with gold wire resting atop a water filled 26″ thick cut square glass vase. All the tables were set with 13″ clear chargers with silver beading on the rim (owned by our company), black & silver Cirque floor length linens provided by Over The Top Inc.
and black chiavari
chairs. Thanks to Carrie Wildes Photography
for providing I believe all these wonderful images in this post. She also made these really cool magnet keepsakes. Be sure and ask me to see them when you stop in.