Monday, June 4, 2012

Bianca & Stephen - Highlands Country Club Wedding

A couple of weeks ago, I designed the wedding flowers for Bianca and Stephen. The wedding ceremony and reception took place at the GORGEOUS Highlands Country Club located in Garrison, NY. The day, the couple, the family, the venue were just...perfect.

David Austin Rose & Peony Bouquet with lace - Highlands Country Club - Garrison

Bianca carried a lovely bouquet of peonies, garden roses, hydrangeas, and dusty miller. The stems were wrapped in silk satin with a lace overlay. It smelled divine!

David Austin Rose & Peony Bouquet with lace



The bridesmaids carried lush bouquets of coral charm peonies, hypericum berry, garden roses, and dusty miller.



 

Delicate wrist corsages for the mothers.


hypericum berry boutonniere

Boutonnieres of hypericum berry, bouvardia, and dusty miller. The groom also had white hydrangea and ranunculus buds.

Highlands Country Club - Garrison, NY Wedding FlowersHighlands Country Club - Garrison, NY Wedding Flowers

A large and lush focal arrangement of coral charm peonies, parrot tulips, garden roses and ranunculus. I loved this piece - and yes, I had a hard time parting with it : ) .

Highlands Country Club - Garrison, NY Wedding Flowers


Centerpiece with lantern - Highlands Country Club - Garrison, NY Wedding Flowers

Some of the reception tables in the atrium were decorated with lanterns and wreaths of flowers.

Centerpiece with lantern - Highlands Country Club - Garrison, NY Wedding Flowers


Cake plate centerpiece - Highland Country Club - Garrison, NY Wedding Flowers

In the main ballroom, the centerpieces were designed on metal cake plates, and overflowed with sherbet hued botanicals.

Cake plate centerpiece - Highlands Country Club - Garrison, NY Wedding Flowers
Cake plate centerpiece - Highlands Country Club - Garrison, NY Wedding Flowers



Sweet little chair detail.



Spirea dripping from the mantel.


Peony Flowers on Wedding Cake - Wedding cake with Peonies

Buttercream and peonies, YUMMY!


 

 Pretty toss bouquet!

 
The grounds of The Highlands Club were breathtaking. The whole place just exudes relaxed elegance and charm.


The hedge of climbing hydrangea is to die for. I have one in my garden - they take seven years to get a bloom. Wistfully I think to myself, "Someday mine will look like this." sigh








I also had the pleasure to work with the talented Caroline Frost of Frost Photography. To see more of this wedding, check out her blog post. Stunning photos Caroline! Update - just saw on the Frost Photography facebook page that this wedding will be a main page feature on Style Me Pretty in the next 4-6 weeks. Yay!

Thank you so much Bianca and Stephen, it was wonderful to work with you! I wish you many, many years of happiness together - you are off to a beautiful start!

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1 comment:

  1. Gorgeous work, Karen! Of course I love the flowers but I also want to note how much I appreciate all the playful little details of the greens. Congrats on the SMP feature :-)

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