Erin (bride of the year in greenlion’s eyes) wanted a wild, loose, organic feel with just a touch of fall. We used white pumpkins as vases and ornamental cabbages in the bridesmaids’ bouquets. Candles and white vessels at the cocktail hour and huge white dahlias at the church. It was delightful, enjoy.
bridal bouquet with blush pinks
stunning anemone in bridal bouquets, they were really purple but looked almost blue iridescent…
“One of the highlights of my wedding was the people I worked with & the relationships I developed along the way. To say that Kim Lamothe at Greenlion Design was an absolute pleasure to work with is the understatement of the century. Effortlessly professional, attentive listener, caring & creative, she was everything I hoped for in a florist. Who wouldn’t want a friend like that?? And friend is exactly what she felt like to me. That’s just how much care & dedication she put into my wedding.
Flowers can make or break the ambiance of a venue & she exceeded my expectations. While I didn’t give THAT much direction, I felt it was in my favor because it allowed her insight and expertise to take over. Plus, she has the ability to read your mind so there is no need to micro-manage! She incorporated everything I asked for while offering great suggestions and combinations along the way. Kim never forgot or overlooked what I wanted despite the long period of time we worked together! She is so talented & extremely easy to work with. If you want beauty & elegance in addition to unique, fun and different design, go with Kim!
You will not be disappointed and will remember her efforts forever.” -Erin Sweeny