Sarah Fuccillo Photography workshop, 3/19/2011

Weellll, the Lord works in mysterious ways! After doing a flower-arranging demo at my old MOPS group, I met the amazing lady Sarah Fuccillo, who invited me (spur-of-the-moment) to arrange flowers for a workshop she was putting on just a few days later. I said yes, and the rest, is history…

All I knew going into it was this: theme is 1940’s, colors are red and yellow. It’s incredible how perfect everything looked when put together!

There were so many details and Sarah is amazing at capturing color and atmosphere  in a timeless manner. The flowers I used were: red and yellow roses, beargrass, bupleurum, red/yellow bicolor alstromeria and a yellow filler that starts with an “l” that I will add later…

This final shot is not of the “bridal” bouquet, but of a cake topper I made, just in case it could be used (or at least to show what I could do).  As such, it just sat on it’s little glass charger instead of a cake, but it looks beautiful and of course coordinates with everything.

Last but not least, a super-sweet thank-you note! I love hearing things like this: “Amy, WOW! I cannot tell you how many compliments I got on your flowers! Everyone loved them and several girls said, “I wish my wedding flowers were that beautiful!” — If you’re in the market for flowers, they could be!

Thanks again Sarah, for the opportunity! I hope we get to work on a wedding together someday soon! (See her link on my blogroll on the right.)

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Floral designer for almost 15 years, doing weddings since 2001. View all posts by bloomweddings

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