Friday, July 24, 2009
Friday, July 17, 2009
The bride's bouquet was a simple and elegant hand-tied arrangement of mini green Calla Lilies with fresh Lavender stems. Oh., I loved this idea...because the bride didn't want a traditional wedding cake she opted for individual homemade mixed berry cobblers (her Grandmother's recipe) placed on tiered pedestals. How unique and special is that?!Shawn put these beautiful arrangements on the barn entrance doors!
Thursday, July 2, 2009
We also have a great Independence day table setting! White and pewter Match dinnerware, with rustic twig chargers and traditional, red bandanas for napkins are fun yet classic. I used boxes of sparklers with each guest's name and tied them with a piece of natural raffia for place cards. The stemware is by Mariposa and is made from recycled Coke bottles. It's really fun so come in and be inspired.
As I mentioned there are so many things going on this weekend!
Today, July 2nd- Humanity of Blue Ridge, a great new clothing store right on Main Street next to Repaz is opening so go in and check out our interior design and merchandising. (See yesterday's post for more details). Owner Linda Rice has chosen some fantastic lines and cool products so you have to go in and see her to find a great new July 4th outfit. Be sure and tell her we sent you!
The always wonderful Multitudes Gallery, 11 Mountain Street is featuring an artist's reception with the theme "Roosters Rule the Hen House...Or So they think" 6pm - 9pm. Featured artists include Betty Wassmer, Ande Cook and Robert Miller. For more info http://www.multitudesgallery.com/