Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Outdoor Wednesday/Outdoor Wedding Plans

Hi Everyone. Today is outdoor Wednesday hosted by Susan at a Southern Daydreamer. I have been busy helping a client with her son's outdoor wedding. I thought I would give you a glance at what I have been working on.

These little tin holders I found at Michael's for $1.29 each. They say Love, Peace and Faith on them. I thought they blended nicely with the outdoor theme. If the client doesn't like them I will paint them a espresso color. She wanted to have pink in the theme so I used pink spray roses, and cutting of greens from my yard.

I am using a Shepard's hook to hold these buckets, with pink ribbon to tie around them. Depending on the look I may change the ribbon to white.

This is a test run to see if she likes the look. I am also going to try the arrangement with white flowers with a hint of pink on them.

What do you think, pink or white a combo of both. I didn't find the right flowers that I was looking for. I wanted little white bell flowers and pink sweet William's, maybe I'll find them elsewhere.

Thanks for stopping by and visiting and don't forget to visit Susan at a Southern Daydreamer.
Have a glorious day.


  1. I think your garden "chandeliers" are beautiful. Thank you for letting us have a peek at them. Have a wonderful day.

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  3. Sofia...Sorry I had to remove the last comment cause I misspelled your name!!! Anyway. I love your garden chandeliers, and of course I LOVE the pink, I'm a pink girl...I would gladly hang them in my yard, Your very talented!! xoxo~Kathy@ Sweet Up-North Mornings...

  4. I love the tin holders and think they are perfect for a wedding. Myself, I think I would do all pink roses and a white ribbon. They are just lovely!

  5. Oh they are so pretty...I want to have a wedding again too! :-) Thanks for your call yesterday, I can't wait to catch up soon! Sending lots of love your way, Denise :-)

  6. -Aren't you the clever talented one!
    The buckets and shepherd's hooks are inspired!

  7. I love this idea! I think the ribbon color just depends on the colors in the wedding. White would create a nice contrast if she doesn't like the all pink.