Entries in fuchsia (5)
Las Vegas is the perfect place for friends and family from another country to meet for a gorgeous and very entertaining wedding. Fancy That! Event Design and Coordination, along with lots of help from Harvey Stern and Karin Gillard from the Bellagio and plenty of other talented vendors, created a spectacularly unique Las Vegas wedding complete with show girls!
Various flowers were used in the lavish arrangements; roses, peonies and orchids in soft pinks and bright fuchsias all worked together in beautiful harmony. Color, texture and sparkle all played a big part in the design of this incredible wedding and reception at the Bellagio.
Floral Design: tic-tock Couture Florals
Event Coordination and Design: Fancy That! Event Design and Coordination
Venue: The Bellagio Las Vegas
Photographer: Duke Photography
Linens: La Tavola
Rentals: Chameleon Chairs
Music: Bijan and Las Vegas Symphony Orchestra
Videography: Visual Masterpiece
Bridal Gowns: Ines Di Santo at Lovella Bridal
1. Rhythm and Architecture Floral Arrangement by tic-tock Couture Florals
2. Dress by Marchesa, Fall 2012. Photo by Marcio Madiera firstVIEW
3. Bottega Veneta Enameled Oxidized Silver Cage Necklace at net-a-porter.com
4. Shoes by Christian Louboutin
5. Chanel Resort 2012. Photo GoRunway.com
6. Love Knot Ring at AstleyClarke.com
7. Lord and Taylor Multi-Stone Earrings at Lord and Taylor
8. Letterpress Invites by Cotton Paperie
9. Christian Louboutin Pigalle Satin Clutch at net-a-porter.com
10. Cake by Martha Stewart Weddings
11. Oh, Lola! Eau de Parfum Spray by Marc Jacobs
12. Shourouk Yildiz Sterling Silver Crystal Cuff at net-a-porter.com
13. Penguin Cake Toppers by Wish Daisy
You either love orchids or you don't. We love them! The Orchidaceae, often referred to as the orchid family, is a very diverse family of monocots in the order Asparagales. Including the Asteraceae, it's one of the two largest families of flowering plants, with around 25,000 species found in 880 genera.
The name orchid comes from the Greek orkhis, literally meaning "testicle" due to the shape of the flower's root. All orchids are perennial herbs, lack a permanent woody structure, and can grow in two patterns: monopodial or sympodial. Monopodial means the stem grows from a single bud and leaves are added from the apex each year and the stem grows longer accordingly. Sympodial orchids produce a series of adjacent shoots which grow to a certain size, bloom and then stop growing, to then be replaced.
Orchids are so diverse that they can often take on a very distinct look, such as angels, fairies and even Darth Vader! We have some beautiful arrangements containing orchids that we'd like to share with you. Don't forget, Easter is coming up in a few weeks! It's not too early to place your order for your Easter arrangements. Stay tuned to the tic-tock blog for some Easter floral arrangement suggestions, coming soon.
Bamboo and Orchids
Pair of Orchids
Photos by Kris Kan Photography
Spring is coming and flowers are sprouting up on runways all over the world! Rodarte's borrowing Van Gogh's sunflowers and making them his own; Blugirl takes a classic, yet fresh approach to floral prints; and Erdem, Prabal Gurung and Peter Som mix menswear and flowers to create something feminine with an edge. Oscar de la Renta channels the 70's with his strapless, yellow dress that, by the way, would make a great bridesmaid dress! We've paired up these stunning floral fashions with their perfect accessory: a tic-tock Couture Florals arrangement!
Runway photos by Imaxtree
Floral arrangement photos by Kris Kan