Tags archives: Submerged Centerpieces

Shannon and John at the Grand Concourse

Shannon and John at the Grand Concourse
I have a ton of pictures from 2009 weddings and I hope to get a few blogs out in the next two weeks before the move into the new studio on March 1st. To start it off, here is a great wedding that took place on June 13, 2010 at St. Michael's Church in Munhall with a reception at the Grand Concourse in Station Square.All of the shots here were taken by http://www.craig[...]

Chelsea and Brad at Hartwood Acres

Chelsea and Brad at Hartwood Acres
This past Saturday, we did two amazing weddings. The first was the marriage of Chelsea and Brad with a gorgeous outdoor ceremony at Hartwood Acres, followed by a reception at the Mount Troy Ballroom.The theme was vintage Hollywood romance and we focused on soft, romantic flowers in seasonal blushy pink and cream. The Hartwood Mansion is truly spectacular! The weather[...]

Submerged Centerpiece 101

Submerged Centerpiece 101
I get an incredible amount of people who find my blog and website while searching for submerged centerpieces. We do a lot of this type of arrangement at Mocha Rose so I figured it was time for Submerged Centerpiece 101.First, what exactly is a submerged arrangement? As the name suggests, it is a flower that is literally underwater and it is showcased in glassware an[...]

Sara and Marc

Sara and Marc
Sara and Marc were married at The First Unitarian Church in Shadyside with a reception at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. What a fun wedding! If you have been following my blog, you know that I love a modern, chic design that breaks the rules. I'd say that was achieved, don't you?There were two different types of centerpieces. The first was a submerged centerpiece[...]

Erin and Mike

Erin and Mike
Erin and Mike were recently married at The Duquesne University Chapel with a reception at the Carnegie Museum in the Music Hall. I loved the colors!Erin's Bouquet of red and pink roses, deep red and pink calla lilies and pink bouvardia. The submerged centerpiece set up for the place card table.The tall centerpieces of mokara orchids and gladiolus. The low centerpiec[...]

Tara and Andy’s Wedding

Tara and Andy's Wedding
Tara and Andy are actually still enjoying their reception at the South Pointe Golf Club as I'm writing this blog, but I found a free second and wanted to share this wonderfully stylish wedding. The photos are all taken by Simone from http://www.5sensesevents.com/Tara wanted a romantic, fun feel to the reception and chose a modern palette of chocolate brown, fuchsia a[...]

Our Open House

Our Open House
I am still in shock from how successful our open house was this past weekend. I'm honored that so many people showed us support and wanted to be a part of our event. The best vendors in Pittsburgh came in to help us out and made this into such an aesthetically pleasing and fun event.I love to plan parties but with everything I have had going on lately (moving the bus[...]

Two fun bouquets

Two fun bouquets
I had a fun flower week. I love when brides come to me and want unusual flowers and colors. The first bouquet is for Josselyn who will be married this July in a fabulous Mid Summer Night's Dream themed wedding. To go along with the theme, she wanted a light, magical and woodsy feel to her flowers. I used white bouvardia, ferns, fresh mint, roses, lisianthus, feathers [...]

We’re in a Magazine!

  If you are in Pennsylvania, go to your local grocery, bookstore or newstand and pick up a copy of "The Knot: Pennsylvania" (Spring/ Summer 2008)   Our work is featured as one of the "13 Stylish Real Weddings" in a five page spread of a wedding that we did at the Twentieth Century Club on May 5, 2007. The couple, Amy and Nori were so much fun an[...]