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Statement Florals

This beautiful fountain is an ideal location for a photo opt. It is located right under the arches at the stunning outdoor cocktail hour space at Mallard Island Yacht Club. This event took place in November, when nature provides us with some of the most beautiful elements in floral design, leaves changing color, flower pods, and berries. We created an overflowing display of natures bounty to welcome guests to this stunning estate.

Photo by Alex Rivera, Mallard Island Yacht Club

The organic floral towers form a magical cove for the sweetheart table to nestle in. We used a background of locally foraged greenery highlighted with soft timeless blooms such as roses, hydrangeas, spray roses, and delphinium to achieve the ultimate quaint and romantic setting. The table is surrounded with lanterns, pillar candles, and loose greenery creating an enchanted garden feel for the VIP’s of the night.

Photo by Ann Coen location, Smithville Inn

This custom made “mobile” of flowers truly pops off of the white matte paint on the vintage VW Bus photo booth. We used a variety of brightly colored blooms including peonies, roses, and carnations to welcome guests into the vehicle. The combination, of florals and props created an unforgettable space for guests.

Photo by Jessa Schifilliti, Bonnet Island Estate

The husband and wife team “Rustic Drift” created these stunning barnwood pillars that we couldn’t wait to decorate. The pillars welcomed guests onto the beach for a waterfront Bat Mitzvah ceremony. We loved the combination of the brass footed bowls atop of the rustic wooden columns. We then created garden inspired arrangements with the hint of a masculine vibe, mixing white blooms, overflowing greenery, and strong textural elements such as oversized air plants and thistle. We simply added a few coastal chic lanterns to create the finished look of this welcoming display.

Photo by Ann Coen, Long Beach Island Beach, Planner, Bogath Events

Bonnet Island Estate’s boat house chapel is the most romantic setting to exchange your vows. The exposed white beams, authentic barnwood floors, and stone fireplace together create an architectural masterpiece. One of favorite mantles to decorate is in this chapel. For this particular wedding we used a gold gilded gold framed mirror to create an almost regal vibe. We then toned it down by creating a whimsical display of flowers and locally foraged greenery. The arrangements were full of spring’s finest white blooms including peonies, snapdragon, sweet pea, and garden roses. Below the hearth was filled with an overflowing presentation of candlelight, allowing for the most beautiful glow in the barn like chapel.

Photo by Jessa Schifilliti, Bonnet Island Estate

This beautiful brass compote vased arrangement adorns a vintage pillar in the most quaint Spray Beach Chapel. This intimate setting doesn’t allow for an overabundance of florals, so we decided to go with a beautiful statement piece embracing the style of this chapel built in 1894.

Photo by Sasithon Photography, Spray Beach Chapel

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