Wednesday, January 27, 2010

For Tristy, my dear friend, who I wish were here to share this with.  I Love You!!
What you see when you first walk in the door of Five Penny!!
(minus the delivery box behind the table)

The display cooler.

The entryway still needs a little work, but I'm getting there.

A shot of mom's portrait that hangs in the shop for it namesake.

The front table display, Valentines Day Galore!
Planters:  Real Plants Last Longer It's A Good Thing:



















I love the pot on this one, it's heavy glazed pottery very cool.



















Every planter needs a little ivy to cascade down the pot!!

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Dozen Roses $59.95 wrapped or have them arranged for just five pennies!!





Valentines Day 2010:  cont.





Valentines Day 2010:



















Thursday, January 21, 2010

Just a little something not out of the Ordinary!!




Just an idea I had:  Enjoy



Saturday, January 16, 2010

Corey and Patricia Barger Wedding:

Friday, January 15, 2010

Some more of Megan and Cliff Parkinson's Wedding:  Enjoy!!




Friday, January 8, 2010

Christmas 2009:
For those of you who know me, you know I go all out when it comes to holiday decor. This arrangement is something that I came up with Christmas Eve just about three hours before dinner was to be served. It is designed with charolette roses, green mums, silver fir, curly willow and my new favorite design element, silver wire.

This arrangement was the focal point of the table and was the cause for much conversation. Two of my older brothers commented on how "cool" it was, which made me feel like a real designer.




Here is the table setting for our Christmas Eve dinner 2009 complete with the 1990's Arby's glasses. Somethings never change. I really like the silver containers that the end arrangements are in, they are brushed steel and I love to use them, I think they add that extra punch needed to make the flowers pop.




The centerpiece that I mentioned above, here is a close up. I hardly ever use carnations because I really do not like them, but in honor of my mother, who loved them, I always design with them for Christmas. This design includes roses, carnations, mums, wax flower, bear grass, princess pine, silve fir and myrtle. As you can see I used that awesome brushed steal again.











Ashley and Jesse Laverty Wedding:

Ashley's bouquet was designed with wine callas lilies, black bacarra roses, monkey tail and ti leaves. This bouquet has a more modern feel to the overall design because of the silver wire that is wrapped around the edge of the bouquet. Her bouquet really complimented her tall figure.