The UGA Alumni Association hosted an intimate indoor event that highlighted the honorees for their annual event. As a former 40 Under 40 UGA Honoree and as an event florist you know the flowers for special day were going to be spectacular.
The centerpieces were filled with red roses, ranunculus and carnations along with white hydrangea, stock, tulips, dahlia and lilies. The greenery included silver brunia, umbrella palms and more foraged fronds. The arrangements were full of vibrant, show stopping color to go with the red and black theme.
Everyone in the shop had a good time creating the floral compositions. Mrs. Carolyn Phillips, who started the Colonial House of Flowers in 1968, came in to especially create the podium piece. She was giddy with excitment as several of her family members attended UGA including her grandson, Brent Hulsey.
We attempted to create a one of a kind design aesthetic for this Georgia event in respect to formality and tradition and theme but filled with the seasonal charm of the garden.
I am excited to share a few photos Revelry Photography caught of the flowers that day. Go Dawgs!