Our marathon floral job has come to a close. This is the last hurrah. The amaryllis, coral charm peonies and astilbe from Holland have held up and the tables are ready for the last night’s party. Bridget’s fabricated pagoda-shaped structures have been draped with hundreds of feet of plumosa fern garlands, and the candelabrum have been festooned in a delicate, local, coral-colored bloom. A beautiful finale for a beautiful couple. “Kudos,” to Bridget and the Designers’ Co-op, and thank you for bringing me along on your Indian Adventure. It will live with me forever.
Please visit The Designers’ Co-op’s blog, Muse Park, here, for their detailed account of the making of this Indian Wedding.
Thousands of local, coral-colored blossoms make up these floral-garland covered candelabrum. The Indian florists who wove them did so with superhuman dexterity and speed. Photography Beth Horta.