Wednesday, February 11, 2009







This was a wedding I did last summer at the most amazing place. It was this gorgeous estate called Osborn Castle at Cat Rock in Garrison, New York. STUNNING. I am in love with this couple. Brett and Adam are super terrific people. We lined the center of the long tables with little white pots filled with moss and baby tears, tea tins filled with spray roses and geranium leaf, tulips, peonies and scabiosa in glass vases and ceramic milk bottles. I loved how the colors popped in the all white tent surrounded by lush green hills. The design really struck the right tone for this couple and venue - fun, hip, garden, lush and colorful. The catering was done by Fresh Company. I owe the very talented photographer Jeff Tisman a huge thanks for his incredible photos. He has a great blog where you can see more.

3 comments:

perfect bound said...

oh, your work is gorgeous. i think it's far more difficult to design an arrangement around a few flowers as opposed to stuffing some huge vase full of everything under the sun. the attention here is on each individual bud and I love them all. what did you use for the groom's lapel? it must have put them in the mood for love! I adore that middle photo by the brick wall...

Denise Fasanello said...

I totally agree! I was surprised at how challenging it was to design a wedding on long tables with little vases. I think a lot of bride's think this look is easy to put together but in fact took a lot of planning. I was so happy with the results! Thanks so much for your comments. I am new at blogging about my work and already I find the support of other flower, art and design lovers very encouraging.

The boutinniere is a deep purple scabiosa - perfection!

Concrete Honey said...

I am such a pastel girl but these brights are sublime