A Cincinnati wedding celebration with the rich floral color palette of spring. Peach ranunculus, purplish lime lenten rose, white and smokey roses, and just a touch of scabiosa for its odd beauty and texture. We created lively arrangements and bridesmaid bouquets, trays of bud vases, and a lovely bouquet for the bride.Read More
A quiet farm in rural Ohio was transformed into a black tie setting. The wedding ceremony took place outdoors and was followed by a tented reception on a windy fall afternoon. Green and white tulips, roses, dahlias and orchids filled glass and gold geometric vessels peppering the length of long family style tables. Tall white candles and small gilt votives set a dreamy, romantic mood.Read More
Guests arriving to the cocktail area just outside the Hilton Netherland Plaza’s Hall of Mirrors were greeted with warm lights, small cafe tables draped in blush linens, set with glowing votives, bud vases packed with hydrangea, little roses, and wax flower.
Meredith & Elliot’s guests enjoyed a gorgeous reception in a room full of tall, focal arrangements full of white flowers and an assortment of greenery including eucalyptus and silvery lamb’s ear.Read More
Gina and her bridesmaids carried silk tied bouquets of milky white and pink roses, cream hydrangea, and dahlia with slivers of greenery for contrast. Simple, romantic, earthy, muted pastels in mauve, slate, and vintage white captured beautifully by Alex Davis Photography.Read More
The ballroom at Music Hall was transformed into the perfect winter wedding reception with rich amber lighting, flowing draping, and a gorgeous color palette of florals and greenery. We created several large focal arrangements for the entrance and to surround the guest dining area. Tables were set with floral arrangements varying in size, from large gilt vessels to a handful of vintage metallic bud vases and bronze trays. Rich raspberry, red, and magenta roses, green and rust hydrangea, and dahlias tucked into bundles of wax flower and silvery eucalyptus gave the room a lush garden atmosphere.Read More
The atmosphere at Cincinnati’s Rhinegeist Brewery is urban.
with roots in Over the Rhine’s 19th century brewing history. This wedding reception was held in a quiet space away from the main gathering space of the brewery. The warm exposed brick walls, wooden beams, and honey cafe lights cast a bourbon tinted glow over everything.
Our floral arrangements..……
incorporated an abundance of local deep forest green foliage, blush and white roses, hydrangea, and astilbe.
We created a long floral wall along the base of the bar, draping garlands behind the head table, and an assortment of tall and short arrangements at the tables. There was a never a moment when beautiful florals were not in sight!
Planning: Viva Bella Events | Wedding Reception Venue: Rhinegeist Brewery, Cincinnati | Season: Fall | Colors: White, Blush, Pink | Florals: Yellow Canary | Photos: NM Meade
We always enjoy making floral arrangements for the Longworth-Anderson Series which welcome ticket holders to pre-concert receptions.
We hope our arrangements inspire and set the mood for many fantastic evenings. Thank you Cincinnati Memorial Hall Society, CMHS, for preserving the history of our wonderful city and for highlighting Memorial Hall as a place for culture, arts, and community!
Cincinnati Art Museum held their fall biennial fundraising gala in the Ballroom of historic Music Hall celebrating their exhibition, The Fabric of India.
Working with the events team of the Cincinnati Art Museum, we created a luminous and inspired atmosphere that included a living tree hung with marigold, orchid, and rose.
Elephant topiary were a fun surprise at the bar and lounge areas, we pinned their mossy bodies with green and saffron chrysanthemum, and deep purple orchid.
Round gold and glass bud vases, brass trays with small bowls of seeds and petals, and gold lanterns made each table setting unique.
Event: Cincinnati Art Museum Fabric of India Gala | Venue: Music Hall | Rentals: All Occasions Event Rental | Floral Design: Yellow Canary
Adding an assortment of bud vases to tables at a wedding reception or special event is a beautiful and stylish way to add color, texture, and composition to the celebration atmosphere.
Wax flower, velvety lambs ear, scabiosia, and roses created a perfect harmony tucked into vintage glass vessels. We love the loose crush of the velvet fabric that catches and reflects the light and mirrors the surface of the glass.