Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Church / Alter Flowers

Church flowers are often placed in the alter in memory of a loved one or honor of a special person or occasion. The all white arrangement below was for the annual camp meeting service at Gilmer Apostolic Church. 
First Baptist Church Flowers in honor of my customer's mother's birthday. She always does pink roses, gladiolas, and stargazer lilies for her mother. 
A spring bouquet for Rosewood Baptist Church. 
Two all white arrangements that my customer was taking to Christ Episcopal Church in Jefferson, Texas, to place on the alter for their son's baby dedication service.
This was a silk centerpiece used at a memorial service. Following the service, the arrangement was being donated to their church, so they would have a new fall bouquet. 
This was a large alter type arrangement at the McWhorter Funeral Home Open House Event. 
A new silk arrangement was placed at the Gilmer Apostolic Church. Neutral colors were used, so that the flowers would be appropriate for year round use. 

Tropical flowers at First Baptist Church. 

I received the following text message, on Sunday afternoon, from the lady who ordered them. 
"The flowers were just beautiful. U have a wonderful gift to put flowers together. Eddie would have loved them as I did. Thanks so much for making my day."

This alter arrangement was for a memorial service. Garden roses and a mixture of white flowers, berries, pine cones, twigs, and assorted greenery was the customer's request for this bouquet, made in a galvanized tub. 

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