I'm a big believe in bigger is not always better. Take these adorable centerpieces for instance - they may be small but they are mighty. Their vibrant colors will really pop once on the tables. Imagine these centerpieces bigger but all white? All white is lovely but you won't get that wow factor. If you don't have much to spare for flowers for your event, why not consider vibrant colors?
Has your business ever hosted an event at your site or at a hotel? Have you considered the spending a little bit of your budget on flowers? Take the flowers below created for Luxe Home's Opening house hosting the Princeton area Realtors. As an upscale furniture source with talented decorators, they put their best foot forward hosting almost 100 people in their showroom! The flowers really add a fresh pop and go with their overall look and decor.
Flowers in the color theme of your event adds a bright touch and shows you are both successful and thoughtful.
A good way to welcome your event attendees is with a large floral display at the entrance like these we created for Music Together. Affordable but effective!
These flowers helps set the stage for an American Heart Association this past week at the Westin Hotel.
Having a grand opening? Balloons and flowers are a great way to dress the space!
Even a simple hotel lobby can benefit from a well placed floral display, setting the tone for you corporate event! Have you ever considered flowers for your corporate event? We'd love to hear from you!
Having an event that calls for both floral and balloon decor can be tricky. Some shops create floral designs but not balloons and most balloon decorators don't feel comfortable doing flowers. That's where we come in. Take this Daddy Daughter Dance at Beden's Brook Country Club for example. This client likes to do 1/2 their tables with balloon centerpieces and the other 1/2 with flowers. Look how pretty this looks all set up.
And for Sophie's Bat Mitzvah we created both floral and balloon designs for her event at the Nassau Inn.
This baby shower being held in the Mercer County Boat House had us combining both flowers and balloons into one centerpiece concept. Hot air balloon centerpieces have been making a comeback and we love how this adorable room turned out.
Which of the events above is your favorite and would you consider using both balloons and flowers at your next party? We'd love to know!!
Below are balloons at Eno Terra for a communion party. There is just something so sweet about Balloon Centerpieces, don't you think?
Next on the third floor of Tre Piani we had this lovely Communion for a little girl. Love the cube vases with the soft pastel and white Spring flowers.
Moving on to the 1st floor of Tre Piani here in the Princeton Forrestal Village, these mint julep cups were filled with brightly colored Spring Flowers. They even added a few balloon bouquets into the decor.
To see these and more of our event decorations, be sure to check out our website at www.mondaymorningballoons.com And be sure to let us know what type of centerpiece you are planning to feature at your communion!
At this time of year the shop gets busy with lots of orange and black themed balloon decor and floral arrangements. Princeton Reunions and Graduation creates a whirlwind of activity here at the shop from decorating Hotel lobbies like these balloon decorations below....
To To University events like the Varsity Club banquet that had us decorating 85 tables plus a huge stage!
With lots of colorful designs being created as I type this blog like these centerpieces below...
The weekend between May and June is always a fun, festive and hectic time in our shop but what's not to love, right?We get to help people celebrate an important milestone in their life with festive balloons and beautiful blooms.
Tell us about the best reunion party decorations you've seen!