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New Years Day Wedding

In a previous blog I talked about whether lanterns were going to continue to be a Wedding Trend into the New Year and so being the wedding is complete I wanted to share a few photos! Below is a picture of the beautiful altar decor that we created. Tall curly willow branches connected at the top with a flow of white flowers at the base in beautiful large garden urns.  The ceremony area of Lambertville Station Inn  It was a perfect wintry day on the Delaware River with an amazing view from the Riverside Ballroom. The lantern centerpieces probably looked amazing once the lights came down and the sun went away.  Each table had a wreath of fresh curly willow, angel vine, creamy white roses and berries. The lanterns were really the perfect look for the Riverside Ballroom.  Each lantern was adorned with fresh flowers, rosemary, a soft chiffon ribbon with the table number.  Thanks to a very thoughtful and creative bride we were even able to decorate a winter sled that w

A November Wedding

One of our most favorite Wedding venues is the Inn at Lambertville Station. We not only love the setting but working with Melle and her team is amazing. Early November had us creating gorgeous floral designs for Allison and her new husband Chris. The chuppah was provided by Adams Rental and we added light touches of orange mokara orchids for a simple but elegant look.  Moving into the Ballroom, we created 2 different styles of centerpieces ~ one high and one low, like these cylinder vases filled with orchids and grass with a simple burgundy ribbon wrap.   The tall floral displays were created in our 28" tall candle holders with fresh curly willow and 20 stems of long orange mokara orchids. Even the branches had orchid accents and of course a double burgundy ribbon wrap.   Chris and Allison toast to their marriage . I love how her bouquet looks on the table.   The photographer for the wedding was Isabel March and she did a fantastic job capturing not only the

Gold as a Wedding Trend

As they will do, Wedding Trends come and go and an upcoming trend I've noticed for the balance of 2015 into 2016 is the trend of using gold in the wedding designs. Whether is touches of gold foliage or gold toned bowls and dishes, the warm tones of gold seem to be in style for both summer and winter weddings.  Last weekend's wedding included touches of gold foliage and berries mixed among the peach, pink and cream colored flowers. These centerpieces really looked gorgeous among the warm tones of the chairs and carpet.  I can't wait to see the photographers professional photos from this wedding! 

Sharing a Spring Wedding

Nothing makes us happier than when brides share their wedding flowers with us. Not only do we get to view our flowers in action but it's a special treat to see the bride and groom on their special day.  As you can see from the stunning photo below our bride Katie and her handsome husband had the perfect Spring Day for their wedding at the Lambertville Inn this past May. Katie and Michael both dazzled and their flowers complimented them beautifully, wouldn't you agree.   My favorite part of this wedding were their sweet centerpieces. Created using lavender roses, waxflowers, freesia and lilacs, they literally smelled like heaven. The new ballroom at the Lambertville Inn was the perfect setting for this simple but elegant floral design.  The view from the new ballroom was amazing ~ with the river and trees, the guests must have really been in awe of the setting.   To see these and other floral designs created by Monday Morning Flowers be sure to visit our We