Monday, December 8, 2008


Thought I would share a few pictures from some recent events. You have all heard the saying when it rains it pours, that is exactly how things have been here at Whimsy! We have had so much going on the past two weeks. Take a look.....

So a great customer of ours, Jo C., was featured in our local charity house walk and asked me to create a floral arrangement for her dining room table and fill her terrarium. She was sooo nervous about making sure her house was perfect for the event. Let me tell you that her home was by far the most stunning home! Everyone was raving about how inviting and warm her home is. I left her house feeling like my house should be torn down (HEHE). Jo has such an eye for style and I know all that walked through her home left with great ideas and inspiration! Thanks Jo for letting me do such a special arrangment and of course you were sooo GREAT to work with!

Beautiful Amaryllis, Green Hydrangeas with Burgundy tips, pepper berries, and of course winter greens all in a vase filled with TONS of cranberries!

White Roses were placed under the terrarium with a beautiful gold gilded bird.

I don't have many pictures from Midnight in Morris because we were really busy the entire night. If you have ever gone you know it can get CRAZY! We actually had a line to get in the store! Midnight in Morris is an event that starts at 8pm and ends at Midnight and all of the stores downtown have specials and yummy treats. It is a lot of fun to get your girlfriends together and enjoy a night out.
This was a rare moment for us away from the register. I love events like these because it reminds me just how many people we've come to know over the past four months. It's great to see so many of them at once!

One of our customers,Bev S., was planning her husbands Christmas work party and asked me to help. Bev and I have such similar styles so working with her was VERY easy! We both love tone on tone colors in shades of whites, tans, and grays. We decided to decorate in a vintage white winter theme...

A sled I sprayed white and sprinkled with glitter and mica flakes held presents tied with different ribbons and adorned with handmade tags.

Snowball caches held each guests placecard. Inside each guest found a note from their boss, a raffle ticket for a fun drawing, and drink tickets.

Each table number was replaced with a holiday song...very festive!

Each guest had an arrangement waiting at their seat. The container was an adorable vintage tin mold and the arrangement consisted of christmas greens, spray roses, a silver ornament, and was stuffed with faux snow. The menus were adorned with a festive snowflake.

At the event one lucky winner was able to take home this snowman made of all carnations!

Another fun holiday arrangement

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