Monday, June 20, 2011


Feathers! add a dramatic look to this already elegant bouquet of "black" mini callas accented with silvery dusty miller

Oh so soft lambs ear and dusty miller complement the vibrant purple orchids in this lovely centerpiece at Court in the Square

feathers will grace any table setting: small bubble bowls filled with lisianthus and orchids work well for venues with multiple smaller tables.

Lovely cherry branches grace the hi-boys at the annual Backstage Event for Seattle Children's Theater

Elegant peacock feathers and white hydrangea are used to complement the tables dressed by Choice Linens

Black feathers adorn white carnation balls for dramatic effect on buffet and bar tables

Imagine lining your head table with these beauties! Small glazed ceramic vases on a permanent ceramic base. Each vase is perfect for holding a single flower.
Vases are a rental item, first used by Lisa Dupar Catering with the flowers as shown.

Wheat grass centerpieces in a simple wood box for a GREEN concept
enhance with simple flowers such as gerbera daisies for a cheerful addition

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We had the wonderful opportunity of participating in the event "Flora and Fine Arts" at the Tacoma Art Museum June 10-12, 2011
Floral and Garden designers interpreted a specific work of art by using floral and natural materials, see below for our inspirational piece and our finished design.

Our floral on the left with it's inspirational sculpture

Glass sculpture "Golden Forest over Putti" by Dale Chihuly

Floral art designed by Jean Louise Paquin Allen
Flowers include quicksand roses, scabiosa balls, mini cymbidium orchids,
reindeer moss, carnations and galax leaves.

designer and owner of Juniper Flowers, Jean Louise Paquin Allen

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