Wednesday, April 30, 2008


For this wedding, I prepared a laid-back mix of off-white Ecuadorian roses and several ecru-shade Cymbidium orchids for the bridal bouquet. Sorry, didn't have the chance to take a closer photo because it had to be delivered to the hotel. The handle has a twin pair of cream tassels, finished off with a white, sequined fabric over a base of aqua blue ribbon.

Pomanders of white and blue and silver beads for handles.

Bouquets for the secondary sponsors. White mums and white Alstromeria.

The rest of the entourage were made out of white button mums and white cattleya. As usual, the latter was harvested from a farm in Silang, Cavite.

Thin green leaves were used to break the monotony of a mostly white floral base.

For the aisle, in lieu of the usual pedestals, we made flower balls - all of 16 inches per as requested by the bride - made of six (6) bundles of Lily of the Nile (Agapanthus) and six (6) bundles of white roses. Very nice - and terribly heavy. We had to huff and puff to get these balls to where they are now. I don't want to do them ever again!

For the car bouquet, a clean mix of white Anthuria and white dendrobium orchids from Davao.

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