On January 28th I sponsored an event at the Montreal Musueum of Fine Arts in honour of the Young Philantrhopists Circle. The event theme was the colours of Jazz in the 1920’s Modernism Movement. An evening full of music, burlesque performances, good food and drink. The flowers had to do justice to the electric atmosphere, so of course there needed to be rich colours, eye catching detail and bling to bring it all together.
I love when I get to meet new couples through good friends. There is almost more of an instant connection, a type of bonding that happens. This was most definitely the case with the bride to be Tanya. She was organized and had a very good sense of what she wanted for her day. She reminded me a lot of myself when I got married, hyper organized, sensible with regards to reality, and nervous knowing that some things are not in your control but always in good spirits.The hydrangea that week happened to be amazing, they were the largest I had seen in a while, and the sweet avalanche roses added had deliciously pink variances running through them that was amazing. It was a great wedding, a great couple and a great experience. All the best to the new Mr. & Mrs.
Here is a picture of my car on the way to delivery, good thing i didn’t have to bring the baby not sure where I would have put him.
and here is a photo of the completed mounted centerpiece at the reception there were 11 total to do:
The following photos are courtesy of the bride herself and were taken by the team over at Marrone video. (www.marronevideo.com)
If you are celebrating Easter tomorrow here is to hoping that the Easter Bunny will be extra generous with his treats, but for now perhaps a little eye candy to tide you over.