Friday, June 25, 2010

mid summer night's dream

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If I could, I would make that big urn arrangement every day, it was so much fun.
5:59 as I type this, heading to the flower market this morning, tomorrow we head upstate for a wedding at Cole Hill Farm. I'm getting tired, June has given us a lot of work, a lot of laughs and before this gets all "live laugh love" I'm just going to close the computer and walk out the door

20 comments:

nastionra said...

Absolutely stunning work as always!

catbird said...

i. die.

Mlle Paradis said...

bravo! truly a midsummer's night dream!

Ashley Yazzie said...

What a beautiful event. Well done.

CRANK said...

WOW!!! Absolutely stunning!!!!! You guys never cease to amaze me.

Kate Kelleher said...

I think you just made heaven. Not only that you make me laugh. A lot.

m.fay said...

LOVE! your blog is darling. please stop by and say hi!

xo
http://amateurcouture.com

soulflower said...

its looks magical...

i'm erin said...

what is the green in the tall centerpiece?

Sarah said...

the "tall green" is curly willow branches

i'm erin said...

with all that leafing out? did it come to you that way or did you have to 'grow' it out?

Out of SPACE -- out of TIME said...

Gorgeous as always. One question though in the last photo what is the name of those brownish ball like flowers. I would love to use them in my floral arrangements for my wedding but i cannot seem to find out what they are called.

Sarah said...

out of space - they are scabiosa pods!

JRenee said...

I am in awe! You are soo talented!

ellen said...

beatiful work suzie Q!!!!

ellen said...

TYPO!!!!! lol...BEAUTIFUL WORK!!!!

Out of SPACE -- out of TIME said...

Thank you Sarah

Silk Flower Arrangements said...

It is great to read some of the information and feedback, here. I hope to read more ideas in the future!!!

Laney Zaffiro said...

This is amazing! all of your work is. I am not a new yorker so if this is common knowledge please forgive me, where was this? everything about it (mostly your flowers, but also the teller booth) is enchanting!

Sarah said...

laney - it was at the 42nd street Cipriani's