Thursday, July 5, 2012

Moroccan/Alhambra Inspired Wedding

Bright colors and interesting textures were key for Bride Stephanie's Morocco/Alhambra inspired wedding held this past weekend at My Moon Restaurant in Brooklyn.

Bride Stephanie took inspiration from the venue's decor, and we were able to work with her vision and create bright and colorful centerpieces, mini arrangements, gold toned silk table runners, wedding cake accented with the quatrefoil design, a fun wedding ceremony arch and flower accents for the metal lanterns...among other things!

Check them out!
Large centerpiece in brass bowl. The centerpiece was filled with a mix of bright flowers and interesting greenery. The custom made gold toned silk table runners really made the whole arrangement pop. 

A close-up shot of one of the centerpieces, featuring thistle, dahlia, aster and eucalyptus leaves.

The french vanilla, raspberry and buttercream cake was styled to coordinate with the quatrafoil pattern used throughout the wedding, and we decorated it with fun and bright blooms. 

The ceremony aisle chairs were accented with colorful blooms. 
The staff setting up the ceremony area. We made the structure and decorated it with metallic circles and hanging blooms. 

The venue had a great wall of jars and hanging vessels that we filled with fun and unique flowers, such as this giant thistle. 

Metal lantern decorated with a few bright blooms.

The bride's bouquet. Featuring peonies, garden roses, prothea, cock's comb, spray roses, billy buttons, thistle, winter berries and orchids....among other flowers. It was a large bouquet and the flowers represented a more subdued and pale version of the bright and colorful wedding flowers. 

The bride's bouquet.

Sample of the different bouts and corsages. We loved using blue thistle because of the great blue color, and because it kept the bouts very masculine

Groom's bout, which included thistle, spray rose, aster and freesia. 
We loved working with Stephanie and can't wait to see the professional photos!


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