Saturday, July 31, 2010

Rainy reception at Lime Spring Farm


Lime Spring Farm's tent site has a solid floor so on this very rainy day this reception was
still nice and dry. 
On the bride's list of favorite flowers were Sunflowers and Hydrangeas.  She came to me with linen samples they had chosen with her uncle Mark, a DC event planner.  My job was to figure out how to make her favorite flowers work with her favorite linen choices.
This linen from Special Occasions, called 'Fiesta' was just right for Sunflowers. We added swirls of gold wire to the vase to replicate the design in the linen.


This linen called 'Indigo Crush' was just right for the Hydrangeas.

The other linen was called 'Ice Blue', which you can see in the background.  It was a silvery blue. With those  we used tall silver Mint Julep vases with Bells of Ireland and cobalt blue Delphinium called Volkenfreiden. 
 (I can't find that image)  Those 3 linens together with green napkins all around made for a very colorful reception, which was enhanced with special lighting by the pros at Shumaker, PDT. 
High- five to Amy, Lindsay G. &  Jessie for doing terrific work in the pouring rain and ankle- deep mud on 2 big weddings, and all with a great positive attitude.
A total of 66 tables between the 2.  Girls, you are the best! 

Photographer for the day was Daniel Mast


2 comments:

家唐銘 said...

這不過是滑一跤,並不是死掉而爬不起來了。..................................................

王辛江淑萍康 said...

一個人的價值,應該看他貢獻了什麼,而不是他取得了什麼.................................................................