Featured in Brooklyn Bride!

A little blast from the past! Anna and Chris were joined in a lovely late Spring wedding at MyMoon. The beautiful couple were interested in fun and colorful arrangements for the long reception tables. We used a mix of ranunculus, poppies, crisped and seasonal wild blooms throughout the centerpieces. Their gorgeous Spring time wedding was featured in Brooklyn Bride!

Their beautiful wedding and images by Jacquelyne Pierson Photography.

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Dress- Oleg Cassini
Suit- Hugo Boss
Rings- Tiffany & Co.
Anna shoes- Badgley Mischka and Converse
Ceremony/ cocktail hour music- The Bailsmen
Evening DJ- DJ Jon Blak at Scratch DJs
Macaroon tower- Dana’s Bakery
Flowers- Rosehip Social
Catering- MyMoon (venue)
Ice luge- Ice Sculpture Pro
Table art and invites-Bobby Hill NYC

Jacquelyne Pierson Photography.

Modern Hanging Greens Wedding at 26 Bridge Street

Jenny and Julian knocked it out of the park with their sustainable and eco-friendly wedding at 26 Bridge Street venue in DUMBO Brooklyn. Working with the happy couple we decorated the space using a ton of lush greens suspended above fantastic barn wood tables. 

The tables were full of sustainable and recyclable flatware and dinnerware, and decorated with LED lights and greenery sprigs. 

The ceremony took place at the venue, and was decorated with an asymmetrical greenery backdrop that remained for the duration of party!

The bouquets were all green, made using a mix of eucalyptus, seeded eucalyptus, ferns and lots of fun greenery and berry accents. 

Minimalist Winter Wedding at Deity

Carmine and Jesse rang in the New Year with their wedding vows at Deity in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn.

Their ceremony was curated with the brilliantly simple theme of 'white and light.' The couple was flanked by two tall curly willow and dendrobium orchid arrangements, and illuminated by dozens of lanterns and candles from below. 

The table centerpieces were elegant and minimalist using stems of white calla lilies and candles, surrounding a geometric lantern. A garland of eucalyptus added soft blue tones to the sweetheart table, made more delicate yet with white orchids.

We can't think of a better way to celebrate the year to come, and many more.

Credits

Ceremony Venue: Deity

Venue: Deity

Tables & Linens & Catering: Deity, in house

Lanterns: Some sourced by client, and rentals provided by Rosehip.

 

Winter Wedding at Brooklyn Historical Society and MyMoon

Winter is such a special time for a wedding. We had a great time working with Rachel to come up with lush and gorgeous arrangements for her beautiful wedding. The ceremony took place at the Brooklyn Historical Society, in their gorgeous Othmer Library. 

The reception was held at MyMoon in the evening, which we filled with gorgeous red toned blooms and red accented winter decor. The centerpieces were made of lush and overflowing red and burgundy toned blooms. We hand-dyed red table runners, and covered them with greenery garlands, gold toned pinecones and walnuts, as well as a massive amount of different candles. 

Congratulations to the happy couple!

xoxo,

Pola

 

 

 

501 Union Grand Botanicals Wedding

Joanne and Lyejm's wedding was a blast. We filled 501 Union with ALLLL sorts of greens, flowers and candles. Each long reception table had mix of bud vases, compote arrangements and spectacularly tall vases topped with monstera leaves. 

It was wild...and gorgeous. Add a bit of Greek dancing and some good friends, these two had one heck of a party!

Congratulations guys!!!

xoxo

Scotch Tasting at The Bedford

We had such a great time creating these lovely table arrangements for a Scotch Tasting at The Bedford in Brooklyn. Our creations included a wild mix of daisies, ranunculus, queen ann's lace, aster, poppies and many more. We also incorporated blue thistle and craspedia for additional texture. 

Romantic wedding at the Greenpoint Loft

Erin and Brians wedding at the Greenpoint Loft in Brooklyn included a lovely array of romantic flowers. Design included flowers such as garden roses, peonies and greens. Pops of orange and the deep tones of the lush peonies added to an unique color combination. Center pieces were filled with classic selections such as garden roses and berries.    

Mini arrangements adorned tables along with LED votive candles for a warm glow. Bud vases were filled with overflowing greens and romantic blooms. The ceremony arch was a free standing, decorated in greenery with flower accents. The wood of the arch was slightly exposed while being draped in lush greens and romantic colored flowers. The base was covered with moss and branches. Flowers included blooms in pink, orange and red. 

It was amazing to work with Brian and Erin and a huge congratulations on their wedding!

xoxo, 

Pola

 

 

 

Warm and vibrant wedding at St. Patricks Cathedral

What a fun spring time wedding!

Bride Michelle loved sunflowers, and the bright poppy tone that they inspired. We created several centerpieces for her wedding Brunch at the Omni Hotel in Midtown, NYC. Along with lovely church decorations and bouquets for the wedding ceremony which took place at St. Patrick's Cathedral, on 5th Ave., NYC. 

Pretty sunflowers, along with dasies, roses and other wildflowers made for a wonderful combination. 

The boutonnieres coordinated with the brides bouquet by using a combination of spray roses, daisies, button mums and two types of eucalyptus. The different hues of yellow combined with greens created a warm and happy feel.  

Congratulations to the happy couple! 

xoxo!

 

Wildflower Wedding at the Greenpoint Loft

Hey there Greenpoint Loft!

We had a great time filling the Greenpoint Loft with a wild array of wildflowers, all in subdued and faded tones. Lots of pale yellow, lavender, sage-y greens and the like. Bride Dana also loved adding little leather accents, which we were able to incorporate by tying a little sprig of flowers and greens for each place setting with a little leather chord. 

The bridal bouquet was made up of statice, ranunculus, yarrow, daisies, lavender and astilbe. Lots of little delicate blooms. 

The boutonnieres were made up of lavender, lisianthus, wheat and wildflowers, and wrapped with leather chord. 

The ceremony was held on the upper mezzanine of the Greenpoint Loft. We filled the ceremony area with a mix of lush tropical plants and foliage. The mix of lush greenery with the faded tones of the walls made for a gorgeous backdrop to the wedding vows. 

It was a lovely and gorgeous wedding. A huge congratulations to Dana and Jeff on their gorgeous wedding. Big hugs to our neighbors!!!

xoxo

 

Music Hall of Williamsburg Wedding by Amber Gress Photography

A little blast from last spring! Check out the gorgeous pictures of our lovely couple all taken by Amber Gress Photography. What a wild, rock and roll, colorful and joy filled wedding!

The happy couple got ready at the Gramercy Park Hotel, took some gorgeous pics on the Williamsburg Waterfront, and celebrated their awesome and color filled wedding at the Williamsburg Hall of Music in Brooklyn. 

For their wedding we created fun and colorful flower arrangements and bouquets, and also created the table runners! 

Tracy and Brian were super crafty with their other decorations, even making the tassels and pennants!

It all came together in a spectacular fashion, and looked like one heck of a party!

xoxo,
Pola

 

Valentine's Day Gorgeousness!

The studio is opppeenn! Come on down! Noon-7:30pm.

We're working hard to get everything prepped for this weekend, and we'd love to see you! Come visit us, smell some lilac or a blooming lemon tree and check out what we've got!

Check out our Valentine's Day Blooms section for some examples of what we'll be making, and you can order ahead and pick-up whenever you like, or ensure V-Day delivery (Williamsburg/Greenpoint/LIC/Bushwick...!

And as a little special to our lovely Grooms and Brides from wedding-seasons-past, 20% off! We'd love to see all your gorgeous faces again!

 

Lush Green Autumn Wedding at Brooklyn Winery

Miriam and Glen had the most amazing weather for their mid-November nuptials at the Brooklyn Winery in Williamsburg. Sunny and warm...what else could you ask for!?

The wedding ceremony and reception took place at the Brooklyn Winery.

For the personal flowers we used a faded and pale palette of peach, pink and cream, using a mix of white peonies, ranunculus, sahara roses, quicksand and amnesia roses, among others. 

The couple chose lush green garlands, accented with pale toned flowers, filled the long reception tables. The Brooklyn Winery then added a hoard of their taper and votive candles to really give life to the tablescape. 

The lush garlands, candles and wine made for a very festive atmosphere!

Also, check out the professional pictures by Tim Ryan Smith Photography!

Venue: Brooklyn Winery
Photographer: Tim Ryan Smith
Getting Ready Venue: Wythe Hotel
Cake: Sugar Couture

 

Congratulations to the happy couple and their families! 

xoxo

Baby Shower Party Featured on Garden Collage

We were thrilled to work with Garden Collage and create some very special flower arrangements for Jennifer's Baby Shower, held in the 'burg a couple of weeks ago. Congrats to the wonderful parents-to-be!  

Baby shower flowers featured on Garden Collage Williamsburg Brooklyn Party

The flowers were an arctic mix of amaryllis, parrot tulips, jade green roses, white ranunculus, pale blue larkspur and accents of French lavender. We used vintage dark green toned compote and bud vases. 

We loved working with the crew of Garden Collage...and who doesn't love a beautiful baby shower!? 

xoxo

 

Early Fall Wedding at the Gramercy Park Hotel

Bride Jocelyn definitely had her hands full! This Texas based Bride planned two weddings...one in NYC and the other in her native Florida. It all came together beautifully, and we were thrilled to help her with her NYC nuptials held at the Gramercy Park Hotel

Jocelyn was interested in using romantic subdued shades of plale lavender, pink, ivory and pale peach. All these were accented with punches of dark eggplant purple, burgundy and dark greens. 

For the ceremony we created a birch chuppah, covered with a delicate layer of tule, and accented with fun and interesting mix of greens and flowers. 

 

The centerpieces were placed in gold toned vases, and were filled with lots of seasonal early fall blooms and greens, with lots of accent flowers from our very own garden. 

For Jocelyn's bridal bouquet we used beautiful dahlias, Keira Garden Roses, ranunculus, spray roses, snow berries and greenery accents. The bouquet was overall a round shape, with a bit of looseness. 


Perhaps we'll get lucky enough to enjoy working on a wedding in toasty Florida, one of these days, until then...xoxo!


Featured on Borrowed and Blue...who knew!

Sometimes we're just a little busy, and we miss out on a few things. :( 

So imagine our happy surprise to notice some familiar blooms featured in article by Borrowed and Blue on "8 Ways to Save on Brooklyn Wedding Flowers"! 

Clearly, we couldn't agree more, haha!

Thank you wonderful Borrowed and Blue! And Mackler Studios for the oh-so-pretty pictures of Ashley and Matt's beyond adorable wedding at MyMoon!

Thank you Ms. Tiffany! 

xoxo!

Romantic White Wedding in Greenpoint, Brooklyn

The bride and groom, Sylwia and Adam, had a clean, simple, and tasteful vision for their ceremony and celebration, which was held at The Inn At New Hyde Park.

The ceremony took place at St. Cyril and Methodious Church in Greenpoint. We decorated the church with TONS of baby's breath, both lining the aisle and also at the alter area. The aisle was also draped with ribbons between the baby's breath bunches. It made for a very festive and cute look. 

 

The bridal bouquet was made of clusters of white roses, ranunculus, cymbidium and dendrobium orchids. It all came together to look very sweet and even as if it was made of tons of little butterflies. The Bridesmaid bouquets were darker magenta toned, along with a mix of boutonieres and corsages. 

The bushels of baby's breath just foreshadowed what was to come later at the reception: extra large and extra tall globes of white hygrangeas with their extra tall glass trumpet vases!  These table centerpieces of exclusively white hydrangeas communicated a choice and commitment to elegant taste that everyone could relate to.  It was like having a larger-than-life, fairytale hydrangea tree on each table!  We also placed small vases of single white hydrangeas around the bottom of the tall centerpieces, followed by interspersing white candles in slim and sleek glass holders among them.  It was a beautiful and modern interpretation of the traditional wedding color of white!

Congratulations, Sylwia and Adam, and best wishes!

xx

 

Green, Green, and More Green

Cymbidium orchids, hydrangea, and fiesta roses were the featured flowers for this sleek, simple, and modern look at MyMoon in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.  Table "numbers" were each a different country that the couple had visited together and the table runners were made by a family friend! 

Each table was adorned with an low arrangement in a rectangular or a square glass vase depending on table size.  Longer tables were accompanied by smaller, clear glass bubble vases of a single Cymbidium orchid with dark pebbles and brighter green accenting flowers.  There were lots of white taper candles and raised white votive candles.  The whole look conjured up a zen-like theme and one guest described it as, "clean, crisp, with lots of candlelight".

Like the centerpieces, the bridal bouquet was all green of the same florals, but with some gorgeous green amaranths.

The ceremony site was decorated with hanging vases and two glass lanterns with big white candles and green hydrangeas surrounding them on the bottom!

The all-green aesthetic, particularly with these florals, was both calming and breathtaking!  I just love the look we ended up with and was so happy to share it with such wonderful people!

xo

A Bit of Distressed Elegance...

Max and Gab celebrated the ten years of being together with a charmed wedding at The Foundry in Long Island City, Queens. The space was filled with hundreds of candles, lots of mercury glass and lush overflowing flowers in various containers.  Bloom colors were mainly a ruby red grapefruit and a raspberry pink that popped against the grey and champagne table cloths.  Greyish-green and soft dusty miller served as the foliage in the arrangements, which made for an enchanting fairytale feel!  The surrounding ivy-covered brick towers and structures of The Foundry  made the whole scene come alive as a make-believe world! 

The blooms themselves were garden roses, dahlias, coxcomb, ranunculus, fiesta roses, spray roses, dusty miller, sedum, and rosehips ;).  They made up the the large centerpieces, bud vases, the bride's wreath, and bridemaids' hairpieces! The family of the happy couple 

The reception took place outside on the Foundry's patio under a clear top tent. Max and Gab had the most amazing night...the weather was just perfection and the wind even calmed down just in time for the festivities to begin. As the sun set, the whole space took on a dream-like glow. 

In leu of bouquets, the Bride and her ladies wore hair flowers in various shapes and sizes. The Bride's wreath was a delicate blend of branches, spray roses, wax flowers and rosehips. 

Red rose and rosehip wreath.  Rosehip Social, Brooklyn, NY.

What a stunning celebration, Max and Gab! 

Best wishes!