Kristina and Alan married in Washington DC last fall and their wedding reception was at the Newseum. Their wedding was one of my absolute favorites last year. As you will see our studio switched our designs to a more clean and sophisticated look for this wedding. Everything from the brides dress to the flower vases was spot on. The wedding was styled and planned by my friend Vicki Grafton , she is one of my favorite stylists in this area. The photography was taken by Kate Triano. The quality of these images is remarkable. The clarity and beauty of the day is forever sealed with these photographs.

Our bridal bouquet was created with white mini callas and white cabbage roses, the bouquet was collared with dusty miller. The grey was one of our main accent tones and it perfectly suited the maids dresses.

Maids bouquets were created with white dahlias from my friend and local grower Don, white stock, white ranunculus, spray roses, sivler brunia berry and dusty miller. LOVED, LOVED, LOVED, these bouquets.

As I mentioned I loved the bouquets, but it was actually the reception that truly stole my heart. The reception was created with bright popping orange flowers in white vessels. The silver berry and grey leaves were used to keep the grey in the designs. The look of this event was AWESOME!!!

My killer, white, sculptural vases were used for this event. I got them in NYC and God they are so sexy!!!!

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, this wedding!!!!

  • Trish Says: (05.24.2012 | 01:56)

    LOVE< LOVE<LOVE IT TOO! The orange and grey is yummy!

  • Kelly Sullivan (Botanique) Says: (05.24.2012 | 03:42)

    Wow! Those oranges and greys are just magnificent together! Beautiful!

  • Terri Says: (05.24.2012 | 04:44)

    Love her dress and love the orange!

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