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The Lodge Torrey Pines La Jolla Wedding: Natasha and James

Several weeks ago we designed the  gorgeous wedding of Natasha and James at the Lodge Torrey pines.  The meticulous arroya lawn set a perfect ground for our intricate ceremony.  Using beautiful all white blooms with amethyst fabrics and accent, the lawn at Torrey pines  had an ethereal glow.  The golf course back drop was perfection!  (Speaking from a golf addict!) The aisles were lined with large boxes overflowing with gorgeous white roses and hydrangeas along with hundreds of elegant white orchids leading the beautiful bride to the sheer draped canopy.  The reception carried a different tone.  The Charles Reiffel room was decked out in deep shades of plum, purple, magenta and raspberry with gold accents.  All the bride’s favorite colors!  The feast style head table was the main focus of the room, it featured large floral arrangements bursting with deep color orchids, roses and tulips set atop Gold hand painted vases.  I must say,  I love these rich colors in the ballroom!  Each guest table centerpiece included large floral boxes carrying an abundant of rich hydrangeas, orchids and tulips.  We added gold rhinestone trimming to each box to complement the tabletop.  Jennifer from Simply Posh design provided the exquisite paper goods white Susanne Duffy from Crown weddings provided the flawless planning.  All gorgeous images were taken by Pam Scott.  Thank you again Pam!  Congratulations to the beautiful couple!

One Comment

  1. Rebecca S Raymond said . . .

    Karen, your work is exquisite! I have loved seeing your photos! Thank you for sharing them. I am very impressed with the attention to detail . Nothing is overlooked! Where did you learn your skills? Do you teach classes? I live in Seattle and have not found classes available to continue my education in floral design. I have flight benefits so I can get to California . Any suggestions for advanced training would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much!
    Rebecca Raymond

    Posted February 24, 2012 at 9:52 am | Permalink

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