Indian Style Wedding Flowers as Featured In Grace Ormonde Magazine

Indian Style Wedding Flowers as Featured In Grace Ormonde Magazine

We loved doing the flowers for Pri & Dan’s special day. Such a delightful couple! This beautiful wedding was featured in Grace Ormonde Wedding Style Magazine. Great weddings are even better when we work with our favorite event professionals EFD Creative – Event Planning & Design / Wedding Consultant, Tupper Manor at the Wylie Inn […]

Boston Fall Wedding Flowers @ The Harvard Club

Boston Fall Wedding Flowers @ The Harvard Club

Red roses were the focus of Jessica & Mark’s beautiful Fall wedding at the Harvard Club in Boston. And boy did they have quite a view! Flowers spread joy wherever we go. Let Jeri Solomon Floral Design help you spread joy during your special event. We will spend the time, ask the questions, coordinate the details […]

Museum Of Science Rock n’ Roll Wedding

Museum Of Science Rock n’ Roll Wedding

Jen and Brian love classic rock, so they decided to have a rock & roll wedding at the Museum of Science. Of course the color palette was black and red. Jen’s bouquet was all red with accents of fiddleheads that look like music clefs. Brian’s boutonniere complemented her bouquet. Each centerpiece had a die-cut LP […]

Let The Summer Wedding Season Begin!

Let The Summer Wedding Season Begin!

Beautiful seasonal floral arrangement for a Summer wedding at our home away from home, Tupper Manor! Starting the Summer season off with a custom design filled with luscious blue hydrangeas, white roses and peonies, as well as gorgeous calla lilies and green accents. Flowers spread joy and we love doing them!

Spring Garden Party Wedding Flowers

Spring Garden Party Wedding Flowers

Our beautiful bride Judy enjoyed some gorgeous Spring weather for her wedding last weekend! The custom floral arrangements she had us design for her Boston wedding were pure Spring garden party. With blue, purple and white colors mixed together with some popular seasonal flowers such as lilacs, sweetpeas, and freesia, the smell alone was heavenly. […]