Thanks for checking back for Part 2 of Sharon and Dean’s funky island-inspired florals. Enjoy these gorgeous Image is Found photos!
Sharon and Dean are so cute! They even make gas stations look like fun.
I mentioned before that Sharon and Dean's wedding was very family-oriented. Well, this detail takes the cake! Ambitious Angel decided we needed a huge manzanita "family tree" filled with dangling vintage lockets. Each of the 73 lockets had a picture of a family member inside. I attached leucadendrons and orchids for a splash of color.
These funky little cocktail arrangements featured fuchsia bromeliad plants.
Dean's only must-have request was that the reception be filled with the sweet aroma of tuberrose. Of course, T-Petal made it happen! Each guest had a perfect tuberrose blossom on their napkin, and Sharon and Dean's sweetheart table was loaded with them. The smell is utterly delightful.
Loved the apple green napkins against the brown linens and draperies.
Graceful james storei orchids added some drama and height to the lush tall centerpieces. Orchid buds were affixed to the glass cylinders.
Some of the flowers I used were leucadendrons, dendrobium, mokara and cymbidium orchids, bells of ireland, roses, sweet william, and fuschsia cockscomb. The short centerpieces were bursting with color and crisp texture. Here they are displayed at the afterparty which took place at Sharon's gorgeous family estate just steps away from the reception site. How conevenient!
No one does photobooths quite like The Image is Found!
Sharon and Dean: Thank you for letting me share in the joy of your beautiful, energetic, lively wedding! It was for sure one of my 2008 highlights, and you’ll be remembered as one of the sweetest, most considerate couples I’ve had the privilege of working with. Keep partying like it’s your wedding day! Especially tonight, New Year’s Eve! You don’t need a crazy booth to get a little crazy 🙂