Rooftop Ceremony: Cascading bridal bouquet inspired directly from the bouquet carried by Jordan's Grandmother; a rustic birch chuppah dressed with fresh flowers; bright yellow and white floral bouquets lined the aisle.
A second bridal bouquet and wardrobe change was designed for additional photos - we're in love with Jordan's turquoise ballet flats!
Emerald green bridesmaids dresses, floral crown for the adorable flower girl and succulent plant favors that double as placecard holders.
The centerpieces varies in style, incorporating silver mercury, glass cloches, pedestal bowls and birch risers.
Sweet pinks and soft whites set the tone for this lovely May wedding at the Mercer Museum and Fonthill Castle in historic Doylestown, PA. The bride carried a peony and garden rose bouquet accented with an engraved silver locket. The ceremony was et outdoors with a Castle backdrop as the couple pronounced their vows under a rustic floral arch. Elegant groupings of mercury glass floral arrangements adornd the guest tables.
Anthurium and Bromeliad plants make fabulous tropical additions to any home or office. Each plant offers bright color and unusual blooms. Anthuriums and Bromeliads are especially great in the Summer months when annuals are not available due to climate. Get a firsthand look at both the Bromeliad and Anthurium plant in our Greenhouse location.
The Bromeliad flower should last several months but does not rebloom but usually regenerates new plants at the base. Once the smaller plant is about 1/3 of the main plant, separate and replant. It may take up to one year for the new plant to bloom.
Bromeliad Plant Care:
Brightly lit location
Soil should be moderately moist, but not wet
Ideal temperature ranges from 65-80 degrees
Anthurium Plant Care:
Place in a brightly lit location but not in direct sunlight.
Let it dry out slightly between watering and then water thoroughly. If it becomes too dry, the tips of the leaves will burn.
Feed with a diluted solution of fertilizer that has the middle number being the highest, every other month.
Remove spent flowers and stems to allow for regrowth.