Friday, May 8, 2009

From Our Design Studio - All Rose Bridal Bouquet

This all rose, hand-tied style, silk/artificial bridal bouquet was custom created for Sabrina in Evansville, Indiana. Sabrina will carry this beautiful, classic and elegant, rose bouquet down the aisle when she marries her fiance, Keith, in Danville, Illinois, this June.

Sabrina's bridal bouquet is just over 10 inches in diameter and contains classic tea roses in shades of light pink, medium pink, hot pink, fuchsia, and cream to coordinate with her ivory bridal gown and her azalea and petal pink maid of honor and bridesmaid dresses. The bouquet also contains rose foliage and the stems are wrapped with a coordinating hot pink satin ribbon that is finished with pearls.

We're confident Sabrina's bouquet will garner many compliments from she and Keith's wedding guests, and since it's entirely comprised of faux/artificial blooms and foliage, it will be a lasting momento of their special day. Congratulations and best wishes, Sabrina and Keith.

If you would like more information about our award-winning, high quality, silk/artificial or fresh floral artistry for weddings and special events, call us at 586-778-4624 or visit our websites at and

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Vendor Feature - Creative Custom Cardboxes

Something Spectacular (and Something Floral) has been in business since 2001. Over the years, we've had the pleasure of meeting and working with a wide variety of wedding and special event service providers. Recently, we became acquainted with Marni Gold of Creative Custom Cardboxes ( in New Jersey.

Marni creates and ships beautiful wedding, shower, and special event card boxes that are customized to every client's preferences (size, shape, colors, design, theme, etc). Card boxes can be designed to replicate a wedding cake or match details on the bride's wedding dress, groom's tuxedo, bridesmaids' dresses, or to incorporate special touches that convey the wedding theme.

One of our favorite ideas is a card box that matches or coordinates details with the bride's bouquet and wedding floral decor. To demonstrate how well the two can compliment one another, pictured below are a few of Marni's beautiful card box creations paired with our recommendations for coordinating bridal bouquets.

The first card box is silver and is highlighted with purple satin ribbon. This coordinates nicely with the silver bridal bouquet holder and variety of purple, lavendar, and periwinkle blooms in the bouquet.

The second combination is perfect for an Autumn wedding. The card box is a deep, rich, chocolate brown accented with a ripe pumpkin orange ribbon.

The third card box is a pretty blush pink highlighted with creamy satin ribbon. This looks lovely coupled with a blush pink, cream, ivory, and white bridal bouquet of roses, peonies, tuberose, and stephanotis.

The lavendar color of this card box looks fantastic combined with a feminine and romantic lavendar rose and tulip bouquet.

A classic white and ivory bridal bouquet gets a modern twist with an updated silhouette and pearl detailing. Notice how the pearl details on the coordinating white and ivory card box reinforces the classic elegance of an all-white wedding.

Pink and brown has been an extremely popular color combination for weddings over the past 3 years. The pink and brown card box below not only coordinates well with a pink, latte, and brown bridal bouquet, but it also mirrors the wedding cake. This is an example of one of Marni's cake replica card boxes.

If you'd like to see more card boxes from Creative Custom Cardboxes, visit their blog at If you'd like to order a card box, contact Marni at

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Clients - Feature Your Wedding Here!

Calling all past and current clients of Something Floral and Something Spectacular Custom Floral Design!

If you would like your wedding featured on our blog, please contact us for details. It's a quick, easy, and free way to share your "happily ever after" with brides-to-be.

Flowers by Something Floral / Something Spectacular
Photo by Robert Bruce Photography