It’s Thursday again, can you believe it? And this week we’re sharing a garden inspired Nantucket wedding that took place at the historical Hadwen House on Main Street.
Marie and Tim were inspired by nature for the colors of heir wedding. From that inspiration our designs were eclectic and whimsical with a mix of textures and colors.
The focal point of their afternoon reception was our grand urn arrangement that surrounded the charcuterie station. We love a unique wedding and theirs was one we haven’t seen in awhile – a cocktail-style soirée in the garden! Take a look back with us!
It’s Tuesday! And today we’re thrilled to bring you another “What’s that Flower?”
post… and this week – it’s Pieris! Pieris is a flowering shrub with the sweetest bell-shape blossoms and is often referred to as the “Lily-of-the-Valley shrub”! It comes in blush and white and we can’t help but ooo and ahh over it when it arrives in the studio. We love the texture Piers can bring to an arrangement or bouquet and sometimes providing just the right amount of cascade and whimsy.
We love using them in our floral cuffs as well!
As we dive in to the heart of the wedding season, be sure to keep up with us on Instagram (@soireefloral) and on Facebook!
Romantic and Classic are two words that come to mind for this week’s Throw Back Thursday Wedding. A simple, elegant palette of green, white and a rich chocolate brown make the fall wedding so classic. The couple wed at ‘Sconset Chapel and held their reception at the ‘Sconset Casino, just a few steps from the chapel.
Their wedding day was full of lush blooms of roses, hydrangea and even a few fiddlehead ferns!
The head table was designed with three tall centerpieces and acted as the focal point of the reception. The rest of the tables, covered in ivory pin tucked linens from Placesetters, held gorgeous bronze urn arrangements with tons of candlelight.