Creamy White meets Lavender

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Creamy White meets Lavender

April 18, 2012

On February 18, 2012 Greenery Production’s wedding specialist Tommy Murphy had the distinct pleasure of designing the floral and providing the décor for Kylie & Nathan.  The couple was introduced to Tommy in June 2011 by Lisa Stoner of Eevents.  After several creative meetings and sample designs, the vision was finalized.  Creamy white floral would be accented with hues of antique lavenders, purples and silvers.  The perfect setting for this February wedding was none other than The Portofino Bay Hotel.

The bride carried a soft and delicate bouquet of white Mini Calla Lilies, Sweetheart Roses, and fragrant Freesia & Ranunculus.  The nine bridesmaids carried lavender bouquets of floral accented with sage green.

The ceremony was performed at the Villa Lawn with guests entering the seating area through a custom designed all creamy white floral arch accented with sheer chiffon fabric.  The thick green lawn gave way to a soft rose petal framed aisle leading up to the existing Villa Gazebo.  The couple married under the chiffon canopy with a lush and draping floral bar of creamy white Hydrangea, Roses, Spray Roses, Stock, and hanging green Amaranthus, a favorite of both Tommy & the bride. The custom arch was later used as a backdrop to the five tier cake designed by the pastry chefs at Portofino and the floral bar from the gazebo was used in sections to embellish the head & family tables.

The lavender illuminated Venetian Ballroom came to life with white and silver floral designs.  Multiple designs created interest when looking across the high gloss seamless white vinyl covered dance floor.  Greenery Productions signature 42” tall silver and crystal candelabras were designed with locally grown white Phalaenopsis Orchid Sprays, while other tables included a collection of sterling pots with a monochromatic floral design of antique lavender roses, lavender Freesia and purple Hydrangea.   Candle light was a must for this bride so the Gunmetal Shantung linens were covered with frosted and silver textured votives. The tables were dressed with Gunmetal Shantung.

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What Our Clients Say

We wanted to take a moment to thank you and your staff for the amazing job you did with our wedding flowers. You completely understood our vision, even though we were unsure of it ourselves! My bouquet was wonderful! I still love looking at pictures of it. Again, thank you for everything you did to make our wedding a success!

- Ryan and Michelle Dailey, Bride and Groom

Wow Tommy you guys are amazing. The ceremony and reception was absolutely breathtaking! And my bouquet was my favorite. Everyone was saying it was the prettiest they have ever seen! I cannot thank you enough!

- Ashley Halverson, Bride

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