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Centerpiece of the Week - Green and White Wedding Flowers and Limes

While getting my daily dose of facebook I stumbled across a centerpiece that one of my friends made.  Now this is no ordinary friend.  This is the fabulous Audrey Crandell who owns Glowing Bridal.  Brides, if you are looking for a spectacular makeup artist who is a pleasure to be around give Audrey a call…you will not be disappointed. 

She created this table arrangement for her mom’s birthday party.  It is truly beautiful.  The use of limes is one of my favorite elements.   Audrey was wondering about the acidity in the limes causing problems.  I asked the Karen with Huckleberry Karen Designs and she said that the acidity and sugar actually helps the flowers just makes the water dirty after a day or so.

 

I also love the use of the baby blue patterned china.  A great touch.

Audrey you rock!!

7 Comments

  1. Audrey said . . .

    I am so flattered!!

    Posted December 1, 2009 at | Permalink
  2. BV All Events said . . .

    This is gorgeous….the colors are simple but so stunning and unique. Well done.

    Posted December 2, 2009 at | Permalink
  3. Suzanne said . . .

    i just love this color palette — a nice blending of cool and warm colors!

    Posted December 11, 2009 at | Permalink
  4. Dina said . . .

    wow…beautiful!

    Posted December 28, 2009 at | Permalink
  5. Michelle said . . .

    not only do these centerpieces look great, they SMELL great too. you can also try it with orange and white flowers and use orange slices…Gorgeous!

    Posted May 1, 2010 at | Permalink
  6. This centerpiece definitely rocks. I love the vase with lime in it, this adds to the uniqueness of the the centerpiece, very creative work.

    Posted November 15, 2010 at | Permalink
  7. Florist Sydney said . . .

    The glass jar filled with lime is a great idea, the green and white flower combination goes really well. Beautifully done, excellent job.

    Posted March 18, 2011 at | Permalink

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