Nov 14th, 2013

Elegant wedding florals featured on Trendy Bride

Elegant Wedding florals featured on Trendy Bride

Vancouver Wedding Flowers - Divine Vines Wedding Florals

When Luna and Ayo were planning their special day, they knew just the place to go for their Vancouver wedding florals. Popular wedding blog Trendy Bride recently featured the wedding of Luna and Ayo, a couple whose classic style was beautifully accentuated by the floral arrangements designed by Vancouver florist Divine Vines.

Being a couple with elegance and sophistication, Luna and Ayo decided to go with an all-white theme for their Vancouver wedding florals. The lovely October ceremony was held at the Fairview Baptist Church where tall hurricane vases brimming with white phalaenopsis orchid blooms lined the bridal path. Each vase gave off a soft glow as a single floating candle shone out from among the exotic flowers.

Ayo stood at the alter, awaiting his bride, a single white orchid in his lapel sitting in beautiful contrast to his classic black tuxedo. The groomsmen at his side wore small white cala lillies, mirroring the bridesmaids who each carried a dainty bouquet of the sleek, yet sensual blooms.

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Mar 28th, 2012

Bliss, Love, Flowers….and a Beautiful February Wedding

Sweet Pea Photography – www.sweetpeaphotography.com

February 2012,  Divine Vines was pleased to help Emma and Will make their dream wedding a reality.  The couple, joined by friends and family, exchanged promises of love and loyalty on February 25th at St Andrew Wesley United Church in Vancouver and Divine Vines was there at every step, adorning the special day with beautifully blooming winter wedding florals.

Sweet Pea Photography – www.sweetpeaphotography.com

 

Emma’s dress is a simple and romantic design, so Divine Vines created a bouquet to reflect this classic style. The bride carried a dainty, feminine, hand-tied bouquet in all white florals. Fragrant tulips, ranunculus, anemones and hydrangea, enhanced with gold filigree leaves, made a gorgeous addition to Emma’s look and highlighted the unique beauty of the winter wedding aesthetic. When she entered the room, all eyes turned to the brilliance of the bride-to-be.

 

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Feb 7th, 2012

Valentine’s Day reminds us to appreciate those who give us that fuzzy feeling.

Valentines Day is almost here and Divine Vines wants to help you celebrate all the love in your life. From family to friends to partners for life, Valentine’s Day reminds us to appreciate those who give us that fuzzy feeling.

As mid-winter approaches, what better time for a holiday celebrating love and intimacy? Valentine’s Day is a welcome reason to cuddle up and forget your February blues. Hide away from winter with someone you love.

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Feb 1st, 2012
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ROSES – and why we love them….

Roses evoke romance, love & beauty. Revered for its velvety petals and heavenly scent, it is desired in the home and garden. Roses are grown all over the world to supply the demands of the flower market. Long lasting Ecuadorean and Columbian roses are desired by florists and rose lovers of the twenty-second century. They open to lush,full blooms 3-4 inches in diameter. They lend themselves to classic arrangements as well the mod, contemporary designs of today.

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Dec 13th, 2011

Great things to do This “Holiday Season” in Vancouver

(Photo: VanDusen Botanical Gardens)

The holiday season in Vancouver is upon us! Though we may not live in a snowy winter wonderland, there are still plenty of ways for Vancouverites to get into the festive feel with events happening all month long around the city.

The VanDusen Botanical Gardens holds its Festival of Lights again this year. Stroll through the holiday florals in the beautifully manicured gardens bedecked in a million glittering lights and see a different side to this horticultural hot spot.

Spend Christmas in the clouds atop Grouse Mountain. Enjoy an enchanted sleigh ride through the wintry alpine forest, visit Santa’s workshop and finish off the visit with a skate on the magical mountain-top pond.

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