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Pinks, Pinks and More Pinks

 Let's face it, pink is back for wedding designs and it's back in a big way. This past weekend we created a "very pink" wedding for our bride Kelly and with amazing results too! Unable to get her the peony she loved (just between seasons - too late for local and Dutch, too early for Chile) we still achieved that soft, round feel she loves by using a mixture of ranuculus, garden roses, tea roses and hydrangeas in shades from pale to raspberry pink.
 Kelly's bouquet was lush, full and hand tied. Don't you just love those huge garden roses? They have become so popular that during prime wedding season there's not enough being grown to meet the worldwide demand for them!
 For Kelly's brides maids we created hand tied bouquets using tea roses, spray roses, ranuculus and hydrangea, accented with pops of lime green buplurium.  Can you ever really go wrong with using roses in wedding designs? We love pink at Monday Morning Flowers - as you an see from employee Melissa's uniform off to the right!
 Heaven on Earth was the setting at Molly Pitcher Inn on Friday. After a record breaking July here in New Jersey, Kelly really got lucky with the weather and the setting was perfect.  A soft breeze off the bay in Red Bank made for comfortable temperatures.
It's nothing but blue skies for this wedding. The lovely floral displays were not only perfect for the ceremony but were later brought inside to decorate the reception. We love pieces like these that can transform the space into a lush, wedding location and money well spent, wouldn't you say? A quick transfer inside and those dollars are really worth the expense by providing 4 more hours of enjoyment for the guests!
 Garden roses, hydrangea and graceful curly willow set against the blue water and white fences really speak to the natural elegance of the setting.
 A simple but sweet display for the sweetheart table. Just enough to frame the bride and groom, but not block them from view.
These centerpiece measured a full 16" high and 16" wide. Created in silver mercury glass footed compotes surrounded with 12 mercury glass votive candles, they must have looks amazing when the lights were low. 

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