February 2011 Wedding Show

09 Jan

Last weekend was our largest wedding show of the year! This seasons wedding show was well attended  and gave us the opportunity to display our creative skills. We created this forsythia archway to act as a focal point.  It is a great opportunity to view numerous possibilities for everything floral used during a wedding celebration.From simple and clean to distinctive  and elaborate, this year’s show offered numerous possibilities.

cgg forsytjia archway


More photos of our wedding show that do a great job of showing the rich detail and color that we are recognized for!


We aren’t afraid to use bold strong color or work with a softer pallette and convey the message you want to send.


You see versions of high centerpieces and stand possibilities as well as bouquets such as this with hypericum berries & roses.


Who would have thought that a simple bouquet of Carnations or Stock could pack such an elegant punch of color!


Flower Girl pomanders and floral baskets were also on display.


These bouquets of hydrangea, roses and grasses offer ideas that coordinate with the following photos of a table landscape appropriate for a seaside celebration!



Sometimes the simpler aspects offer great opportunity for detail. These bouts and corsages do a great job of showing that the possibilities are endless!




An Evening of Inspiration 2010

16 Nov

Pictures from our Evening of Inspiration held on November 5. Over eighty people joined us for two enjoyable, informative and entertaining evenings. The  evenings featured fine wine from Esprit du Vin, fine foods from Gourmet Caterer and sensible and approachable table decor and container gardening approaches for the upcoming season. Lisa continues to wow with simple and clean suggestions, while Bob DelBove and John Mazzone made clear that the garden season enters it’s fourth season with lots of options for exterior color. Richard followed up with various comments and the finale.


The audience contemplates an awesome arrangement of flowers in tall cylindrical and round glass vases by Richard. This grouping contained parrot tulips, gardenias and freesia.


Lisa arranges flowers in water with floating candles.


Guests laugh along with Lisa during the presentation.


Thanksgiving arrangements including a basket of birch boughs with pine cones, flowers and the lucious red seeds of an opened pomegranate. The basket in back is filled with gourds and roses.


Richard and guests enjoy a lighthearted exchange.