EH Floral Featured in LaBella Bride Magazine

I am excited to share five bouquets which had been created for a make-over project from spring 2010 featured in the most current issue of LaBella Bride Magazine!  Meg Hamilton of Rodeo & Co. Photography photographed the bouquets while shooting a make-over of The Rock’s Estate with wedding planner Diana Ma and many other talented wedding and event vendors.  I submitted the images to them in the spring.
Thank you to everyone who was involved!
LaBella Bride is an annual publication, based out of Rhode Island.  LaBella Bride features the hottest trends in event design, catering, cakes, and florals.  This is their 5th Anniversary Issue.
The pink bouquet in the top right corner is mine, ranunculus, parrot tulips and dusty miller.
I created both the first and second bouquets on this page.  The first, Dutch blue hydrangea, delphinium, roses, pussy willow, and hosta leaves. The second, white garden roses, lilac, peonies, and sweet peas.
The first and the third are mine here.  Yellow ranunculus, lily-of-the-valley, dusty miller, and ariella leaves.
And in the bottom photograph, jewled tones of scarlet peonies, viburnum, roses, sweet peas, and bush ivy.
I am excited to share five bouquets which had been created for a make-over project from spring 2010 featured in the most current issue of LaBella Bride Magazine!  Meg Hamilton of Rodeo & Co. Photography photographed the bouquets while shooting a make-over of The Rock’s Estate with wedding planner Diana Ma and many other talented wedding and event vendors.  I submitted the images to them in the spring.
Thank you to everyone who was involved!
LaBella Bride is an annual publication, based out of Rhode Island.  LaBella Bride features the hottest trends in event design, catering, cakes, and florals.  This is their 5th Anniversary Issue.
The pink bouquet in the top right corner is mine, ranunculus, parrot tulips and dusty miller.
I created both the first and second bouquets on this page.  The first, Dutch blue hydrangea, delphinium, roses, pussy willow, and hosta leaves. The second, white garden roses, lilac, peonies, and sweet peas.
The first and the third are mine here.  Yellow ranunculus, lily-of-the-valley, dusty miller, and ariella leaves.
And in the bottom photograph, jewled tones of scarlet peonies, viburnum, roses, sweet peas, and bush ivy.
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