The Knot National Convention

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The Knot National Convention

February 21, 2013

Greenery Productions was selected once again to design the floral for the Knots National Convention.  As always we were able to create something that was unique and mesmerizing.  The centerpiece was fashioned using hollow acrylic cubes and bubble bowls with an abundance of roses, cymbidium orchids and succulents.  This produced an image of floating roses that enticed you to go up for a closer look.  It is always exciting for the team when we are able to create such exceptional pieces.  A big thank you goes out to The Knot for including us in their event.


The Knot National Convention

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