Glass cylinder vases with submerged calla lilies and floating candles created a contemporary aisle
These huge hydrangea bouquets formed a contemporary “column” at the head of the aisle
The head table was lined with hydrangeas and later, the attendants’ bouquets
Hydrangea bouquets from the ceremony became tall arrangements when placed on 3′ pilsner vases
The Calatrava at the Milwaukee Art Museum was transformed by the Waukesha Floral wedding designers on a recent Saturday. Our designers set up this all-white, contemporary space for our dear customer’s ceremony, and re-used the flowers to set up the reception in the same place. Featured were gorgeous white hydrangea heads, some at least 15″ across, designed for both ceremony flowers and re-used for the reception. Glass cylinder vases held submerged calla lilies with floating candles, and formed the aisle for the ceremony. Later, these cylinders were moved to the windows to surround the dance floor.