It’s not every day I get to design flowers for a stunning, intimate St. Patrick’s Day party, so I was excited to design for this elegant and fun dinner back in March! The couple hosted the party at their home in Poquoson, Virginia, and it was a gorgeous venue with modern decor, beautiful pieces of art, and waterfront views. Luciana, with Luxe and Luna Events, designed and planned, and she envisioned a color palette of shades of copper, whites, black, and light greenery, with a pop of gold for a sophisticated feel. To bring the floral design vision to life, we used an abundance of my favorite spring blooms, including anemones, garden roses, ranunculus, and sweet peas, and the florals were paired with lots of beautiful tablescape details, like pillar candles, unique votives and modern place settings of black plates and copper chargers. We mixed lush compotes with smaller floral pieces in white bud vases to add lots of visual interest too!
The event was photographed by Angela Elise Photography, who did a lovely job! t was SO enjoyable for me to work with such a rich and unique color palette- I love being able to do something a little different and stretch my creative muscles. Definitely counting down the days until the next time I get to design flowers for another thoughtfully-curated dinner party! Scroll to the bottom of this post for a list of vendors who brought this day to life - enjoy! :)