Bali Inspired Wedding

Bali Inspired Wedding

This Bali inspired wedding comes to us from CC Roa from ROA Floral and Event Design. Bali is a place filled with lush gardens and dripping with sunshine. When CC’s clients asked her to create for them a floral getaway in their own backyard, she did not disappoint. What’s better than Bali coming to Vancouver?

bali inspired wedding ROA floral and event design moda wedding professionals

bali inspired wedding ROA floral and event design moda wedding professionals

bali inspired wedding ROA floral and event design moda wedding professionals

Photos: Raymond Leung for Raymond and Jessie Leung Photography

Contributed by Moda Members:

CC ROA & JAMIE ROA
CC ROA & JAMIE ROA
ROA Floral and Event Design
Floral & Décor
Vancouver, BC

“We consistently work towards providing the highest degree of quality, creativity, and service to each and every client so we can exceed their expectations by adding our own creative interpretation and twist.”

See more of CC’s beautiful work here: Website

Bali Inspired Wedding

Bouquet Inspiration

Bouquet Inspiration on Floral Tuesday

Bouquets and ribbons for this sunny Floral Tuesday! We love to feature our member’s work and see what beautiful things they are cooking up! Today, we are featuring some Instagram love from Moda Members: Briar Johnston of Epic Events (@epiceventsvan), Jayme Carter of A Unique Boutique Floral (@uniqueboutiquefloral), with guest feature from Myrtle et Olive (@myrtleetolive).

I’m happy to see that there is so much variety within floral design today. Long gone are the days when ‘wedding’ was synonymous with only roses, baby’s breath and lilies. I feel that the more creativity and variety within design, the more we can offer our clients with a wide range of shapes, textures and colours. With summer just around the corner, we’re looking forward to a season full of colour and excitement!

Happy swooning!

 

white wedding bouquet

A Unique Boutique – photo: @sparrow_photography

 

Bouquet inspiration (9)

A Unique Boutique – photo: @karizma.photography

 

blue and iris wedding bouquet

Myrtle et Olive – photo: @nadiahungphotography

 

white peony bouquet

Epic Events – photo: #robyntompson

 

peach wedding bouquet

Myrtle et Olive – photo: @melialucida

 

peach rose bouquet

A Unique Boutique – photo: @dsoleilphoto

 

green wedding bouquet baby's breath bouquet

Myrtle et Olive – photo: @nadiahungphotography

Bouquet Inspiration on Floral Tuesday

Floral Inspiration Tuesday

Floral inspiration Tuesday is one of the prettiest days on the blog. We get to feature amazing artists, event designers and their wonderful photographers who capture all the beauty! Today, we feature a post from Kristy and Ken’s blog from Blush Wedding Photography as she share some of her most loved decor from this past year.

Organic Rose Gold Ballroom:
Loved this organic twist of adding driftwood and succulent plants to this rose gold glamorous ballroom look. Also loved how the couple incorporated their love for food by naming the tables after spices!
Venue: Pacific Rim Fairmont Planners: Dream Group Florist: Flowerz

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Chinoiserie and Peonies:
Chinoiserie inspired wedding was definitely unique and who doesn’t love all those peonies!!
Venue: Vancouver Club Florist/Stylist: Groom’s sister!

floral inspiration blush wedding photography blue and white Chinese inspired wedding decor

 

 

Romantic & Glamorous:
Soft, romantic and with a big dose of glamour…this classic look is never going out of style.
Venue: Vancouver Club Planner: Countdown Events Florist: Granville Island Florist Calligrapher: Maurelle Calligraphy

floral inspiration blush wedding photography white and blush wedding flowers and decor

 

Rich & Luxurious:
Rich golds, deep reds, pinks, and lots of candles, this wedding was dripping with richness and luxury. The wedding was fully designed by the bride and she found the perfect team to execute her vision. Venue: York Room Floral: Flowerz
Décor: Koncept Décor

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Bold & Modern Ballroom:
Loved this modern twist on the ballroom wedding. Black pipe and draping, vibrant and organic floral, plus the most AMAZING custom dance floor I’ve ever seen…and probably ever will. W-O-W
Venue: Four Season Vancouver Planner: Countdown Events Floral: Celsia Décor Rental: Upright Décor, Eclate Décor, Pedersen’s Rentals

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Organic Grecian:
This organic Grecian wedding had so many cute little details that six squares was definitely not enough space. Calligraphy signs lining the aisle and a vintage truck photobooth filled with pillows we’re definitely some highlights…and just look at that bouquet!
Venue: Gatzke Orchards Planner: Vintage Origami Floral: Society Florist Calligraphy: Blush Type Stationary, Ginger Creative

floral inspiration blush wedding photography rustic soft pastel wedding decor

Floral Inspiration Tuesday: Favourite decor of 2015

Tuesday Floral: Roa Luxurious Floral Event Design

When flowers say it all


Moda Member, CC Roa of Roa Luxurious Floral Event Design: “I am able to share my deep love and passion for floral art and design with the beautiful people I come across – from discerning clients, to colourful guests at events, to the greater community, and people from every walk of life. It humbles me to be able to share my gifts with everyone I encounter at every step of the process, and to reap the intrinsic rewards that come with serving others. It’s such a treat whenever my work aligns with an opportunity to give back to the community through volunteering, teaching, and charity work.” ~ CC Roa


Luxurious floral design is the staple of every nuptial event and when words fail, the flowers speak. We admire the talent and dedication it takes to create an event and to speak through the art of floral design. Today, we share some of the lovely work from Moda member, CC Roa of Roa Luxury Floral Design. CC puts her heart and soul into every creation and her service is above and beyond, providing and serving like family to everyone she meets.

wedding reception indoor

Photo: Hong Photography

pink orchid wedding flowers

 

white and yellow wedding flowers

Photo: Jozef Povazan

white rose wedding bouquet

Photo: Jasalyn Thorne Photography

purple orchid reception decor

yellow and pink ceremony flowers

jewel toned wedding reception flowers

Photo: Raymond & Jessie Photography

white orchid wedding bouquet

Photo: D’Soleil Photography

marriott pinicle wedding reception flowers

About Roa Luxurious Floral Event Design:

I am able to share my deep love and passion for floral art and design with the beautiful people I come across – from discerning clients, to colourful guests at events, to the greater community, and people from every walk of life. 

It humbles me to be able to share my gifts with everyone I encounter at every step of the process, and to reap the intrinsic rewards that come with serving others. It’s such a treat whenever my work aligns with an opportunity to give back to the community through volunteering, teaching, and charity work. “

Visit CC’s website and keep in touch: Roa Luxury Floral Event Design

Tuesday Floral: Roa Luxurious Floral Event Design

Floral Tuesday: Going Green

Green: Not your usual floral go-to.

living wall giant

Photo: Green Roofs

Green is such an underused colour for weddings. There are so many kinds, textures and hues that you can use to create a stunning piece. One of the most beautiful advances in greenery design are the living walls you see around town, what genius and what great inspiration! Exposing stems, foliage and introducing new plants that may not be the regulars. Greenery is a great arena to explore for infinite possibilities.

One of our favourite inspiration moments was when we were driving the Hana Highway at 5am on Maui one year. The sun was just coming up and all you could see were the rolling hills and steep cliffs just covered in every emerald hue imaginable. The bamboo forest is an amazing place as well. What a stunner that would be to come into a reception venue looking as if you walked out into paradise!

Try to go beyond the norm, what’s been done before and look at the amazing new things coming out of the world of landscape design. Green can be used in so many facets from the bouquet, ceremony backdrop, centerpieces and even guest favours of topiaries or small succulents.

This is one of our favourite inspirations and we hope it will open up a whole new world when you think of decor for your next event.

living wall succulents

Photo: livingwallart.com

baby's breath centerpiece

Photo: Vancouver Club

hanging greenery wedding

Photo: Christian Oth

green wedding reception

Photo: Vancouver Club

shrub wedding favour

Photo: Vancouver Club

greenery wedding reception

Photo: Josh Gruetzmacher

green and white reception decor

Photo: Niche Event Stylists & Simply Sweet Photography

Try going a little green this year and experiment with all of nature’s emerald hues.

Going green: Not your usual floral suspects

Jayme Carter: Unique Boutique Florals

Jayme Carter: Unique Boutiqe Florals

jayme carter unique boutique florals

Unique Boutique Florals owner and Moda member, Jayme Carter, has one goal: To create artistic pieces with the highest service and quality of product so she can exceed expectations and delight every bride on her wedding day.

Jayme believes in going above and beyond her work to include personal service and value, doing whatever it takes to make the vision a reality for her clients. Time is invested into every client, spending the time for conversation, phone calls and communication so she can get a complete understanding of her client’s exact vision. Jayme believes every client should be treated with value and should receive the same in both work and service.

Jayme began her artistic journey exploring the world of arts and crafts. Everything from hand-made soaps, candles and silk flowers have played a part into where she is today. Having a true love for flowers and art, she now has been operating Unique Boutique Florals (including decor) for more than 20 years having events of all sizes and budgets.

One of her favourite weddings was having to create more than 100 large pom-poms by hand. It took her and her team hours to create, and three solid hours to hang each one for a spectacular reception ceiling decor at the Hart House in Burnaby.

Jayme’s vision for the future is to focus on larger weddings, dedicating her entire team and efforts into producing grand events dripping with creative vision and unique style and pieces. We look forward to seeing what wonderful things she will create.

rose wedding decor

 

feather white roses reception decor

white calla and feather bouquet

pink and white bridal bouquet

pom-pom reception decor yellowPhotos:

Simply Sweet Photography 

Shari+Mike


See more of Jayme’s beautiful work here:

Unique Boutique Florals
Tel: 604.939.8304
weddings@auniqueboutique.ca

By Appointment Only


Jayme Carter: Unique Boutiqe Florals

Hydrangea: A Wedding Favourite

Hydrangea: A Wedding Favouritehydrangea wedding flower

 

Hydrangea flowers truly are a wedding favourite. They can be a welcomed companion to many arrangements or shine by themselves as a giant ball of fluffy blooms. Hydrangeas truly are a flower for all seasons. One of the most loved characteristic about these flowers is their pom-pom-like appearance, which can serve to fill an area with fewer stems and can bring beautiful texture to any arrangement. The only word of caution about these flowers are quite heat-sensitive and wilt quickly if left out in the sun without enough water.

Most varieties come from Asia but some are available from the Americas. Colour variation is dependent on the PH levels in the soil. By simply changing the presence of certain elements such as iron or alum, you can change the colour of the blooms from pink to blue.

Many of the classic choices are white and blue but they can also come in green, purple, pink and can also be dyed many different colours.

Here are just a few of our favourite arrangements:

hydrangea ceremony

Jackson Durham

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Stone Blossom

hydrangea ceremony

Photo: Denise Lin Photography

hygrangea wedding ceremony

Pinstripes & Peonies

hydrangea wedding reception

Photo: Blush Wedding Photography and Niche Event Stylists

hydrangea wedding reception

Photo: Blush Wedding Photography and Niche Event Stylists

Hydrangea flowers truly are a wedding favourite. They can be a welcomed companion to many arrangements or shine by themselves as a giant ball of fluffy blooms. Hydrangeas truly are a flower for all seasons.

Floral Tuesday: Flowerz

Floral Tuesday: Evan Orion from Flowerz

It’s Floral Tuesday and we thought we’d give you an early week insta-inspiration break with the creative genius of Moda Member, Evan Orion from Flowerz. FLOWERZ believes that flowers make everyone smile. They are passionate floral designers who love what they do and want to share their joy for you to enjoy in your homes, offices, parties – wherever and whenever. If you’re looking for someone with an eye for the unique and distinct, you can trust this amazing team to deliver something show-stopping, every time! Enjoy! Follow on instagram @flowerzinc

Flower Inspiration: Celosia

I’ve always been fascinated by the beauty and colour of flowers. They are one of my biggest inspirations when it comes time to design editorials. During one shoot, I realized that I knew very little about flowers and what kind are best for certain situations. I thought if I wanted to learn more about these beautiful balls of colour, I’m sure many others would too.

Tuesdays are dedicated to celebrating and learning about the unique characteristics and info about the flowers we see and admire in the world of weddings.

We’ve paired this month’s posts with our Colour of the Month: Pantone 7416

Celosia:

Another one of my favourite flowers that you don’t see too often at weddings. They are such an interesting flower with so many bright colour varieties and a natural resistance to warm temperatures; it’s a perfect modern summer flower.

Interesting fact:

Celosia comes in both crested (cockscomb) and plume (wool flower) varieties. Crested celosia is a result of man-made cultivation. Only the plumed are found naturally. Celosia comes from a Greek word meaning “burning,” because of the vibrant reds and oranges found in this species.

Growing Country: China, Africa, North & South America.

Colour variations: Reds to peach, pink, yellow, orange, and light green.

Availability: Peak June-September.

Best used for: Bouquets, Décor, Centrepieces, boutonnières.

Strengths: Very hardy, excellent for summer weddings. Striking neon colours.

Weaknesses: Not as traditional.

Average cost per stem in season: $5-$6 per stem.

Flower Facts: Roses, roses, roses!

I’ve always been fascinated by the beauty and colour of flowers. They are one of my biggest inspirations when it comes time to designing editorials. During one shoot, I realized I knew very little about flowers and what kind are best for certain situations. I thought if I wanted to learn more about these beautiful balls of colour, I’m sure many others would too.

Tuesdays are dedicated to celebrating and learning about the unique characteristics and info about the flowers we see and admire in the world of weddings.

We’ve paired this month’s posts with our Colour of the Month: Pantone 7416

Hybrid Tea Roses:

Roses are the new-traditional flower of weddings. With so many options for size and colour, it’s no wonder they are so widely used. In fact, during the seventeenth century, roses were considered as good as money. They were often used as items of bartering agreements and as actual payment.

Interesting fact: Ecuador roses mostly come from Quito. They normally have large solid buds. You can tell a quality rose and a well-watered rose by gently pinching the petals towards the base; they should feel firm and dense. The best roses grown in the UK come from David Austin, a branded grower, and are identified by a very strong fragrance to the flowers. If you receive a gift of roses and they are quite fragrant, chances are they came from there.

Growing Country: Columbia & Ecuador (large blooms). David Austin Roses (strong fragrance)

Colour variations: All colours

Availability: Year-Round (best to order a month in advance of event)

Best used for: Décor, Centrepieces, Chuppahs, Canopies, Bouquest

Strengths: Available in a variety of sizes and colours

Weaknesses: Keep Hydrated, will wilt without water. Check petal base for hardness, this indicates they have been well kept in water.

Average cost per stem in season: Retail $5 -$8 per stem, Season depending

Coral – Tuesday Flower Facts

I’ve always been fascinated by the beauty and colour of flowers. They are one of my biggest inspirations when it comes time to designing editorials. During one shoot, I realized I knew very little about flowers and what kind are best for certain situations. I thought if I wanted to learn more about these beautiful balls of colour, I’m sure many others would too.

Tuesdays are dedicated to celebrating and learning about the unique characteristics and info about the flowers we see and admire in the world of weddings.

We’ve paired this month’s posts with our Colour of the Month: Pantone 7416

Carnations:

I love carnations, especially when grouped as a bunch, I find them very attractive and easy to look at. I wish more people would use them for weddings as they are very hardy, stand up well to heat and are very affordable. They are a sturdier alternative to peonies, which are quite heat-sensitive and wilt quickly when not in water.

Interesting fact: Anna Jarvis (Founder of Mother’s Day) used Carnations on the very first Mother’s Day. Carnations were her mother’s favorite flower. It is one of the world’s oldest cultivated flowers and dates back to ancient Greek and Roman times when it was used in art and decor. Loved for its ruffled appearance, clove-like scent, and extended blooming period.

Growing Country: Columbia, California & Florida

Colour variations: pinks, purples, reds, whites, yellows, striped, oranges, greens, red/purples.

Availability: Year-Round

Best used for: Bouquets, Décor, Centrepieces, boutonnières.

Strengths: Very Hardy, good for summer weddings

Weaknesses: Not as traditional

Average cost per stem in season: $1-$2 per stem. Less if ordered en mass

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