Three Fabulous Fall Parties!

This fall The Enchanted Florist has been lucky enough to work with some fun clients in inspiring spaces!

First up, a rehearsal dinner was held at one of our favorite rustic and hip venues, Virtue Feed and Grain.  A long family- style table was used for this private event, and in order to make it feel abundant, we created several monotype arrangements (lotus pods and foliage) and combined them with mixed florals in Ball jars.


To further unify this tablescape, we used the hurricane candles provided by Virtue, and linked everything with curly willow, bittersweet, ruscus, and rose petals.


As a finishing touch, we tucked small bundles of mums and wheat into the willow and nestled them up to the vases.  Combined, all of these elements worked to enhance the provincial yet romantic look we wanted to achieve on this special occasion.


This next party was for a group that rented out Society Fair for their soiree.  To make a statement from the moment of arrival, we tied two colors of pink ribbon to the patio fencing, announcing that, “Yes!” there is a party here tonight, and this outdoor space is part of it!


Inside, we used colors already prominent in the market’s decor to enhance the impact of the focal florals.  This varied display of submerged flowers and floating candles was the centerpiece around which tasty snacks were presented.


For the bar, a modern sculpture of silver curly willow and exotic purple phaeleonopsis orchids anchored the space.


Perhaps our favorite touch, and one that was not done justice by the picture below, were the hanging carnation balls that floated above attendees heads!


Our third party we wanted to highlight was an event hosted in our client’s home, and in order to help transform her space into a party environment, we imagined whimsical woodland-themed creations.

In a tall birch vase, a trio of birdies perch over the bar.


For the center of the buffet, this green bird of paradise stands proud against a backdrop of pheasant feathers.


And last, but not least, a happy bluebird made a charming cocktail companion.


We hope this glimpse at a few of our fall parties will inspire you to try something new

on your Thanksgiving or holiday table this year!

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