Its first appearance was this weekend at UMMA (The University of Michigan Museum of Art) for Carly and Nick's wedding. Pictured above right and on the left is a colorful escort card table design composed of garden roses, deep purple hydrangea, mini green hydrangea and stock flowers.
The aisle was lined with terrace hangers filled with bright orange protea, ranunculus, rose and stock flowers accented with scented geranium foliage.
The museum is such a stunning venue the art and flowers go so well together
Carly and Nick requested half low and half tall centerpieces the tall centerpieces were designed in a 24" clear glass cylinder filled with blooming cherry branches and topped with abundant mounds of hot pink peony, garden roses, bright orange pin cushion protea, orange parrot tulips, ranunculus, and deep purple stock flowers... the low centerpieces included succulents and were designed in compotes
I love UMMA for photography because besides all of the art in the background you can shoot from the mezzanine and get some really great aerial shots... Also so in love with how the gold chivari chairs complement the ornate gold frames on all of the paintings. Must recommend to future UMMA clients
After the ceremony we flipped the room for the reception at which time the gorgeous cake by Zingerman's Bakehouse was placed below the chuppah.
The Museum is logistically difficult to deliver to because the art has to be climate controlled etc.. but all the work was worth it a very worthy venue for our the birch chuppah (my baby :)