The Prettiest: Fade to Pink at the Ferry Building
April 9, 2010
The Reason: A glorious celebration of union (otherwise known as a wedding)!
Special Because: Flowers were arranged to “fade to pink.” We used white to deep pink in season ranunculus to paint a dreamy spectrum.
We loved: Metal heating ducts used as flower vases. Our very own magical Sophie constructed this recyclable, and most certainly reusable design. Flowers situated within duct pieces on tables encouraged poignant consideration of industrial meets organic that directly mirrored the past and present uses of the Ferry Building. The effect was striking, poetic, and clearly one to remember!
Made Possible By: Stunning celebrations such as these are always the work of so many talented people. For this one we would like to acknowledge stellar Event Planner Stacy McCain, scrumptious Caterer Paula LeDuc, and talented photographer Jeannie Choe for these gorgeous images. Thanks everyone! Congratulations Jill!
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A Feast for your Eyes
December 3, 2009
San Francisco Chronicle
November 29, 2009
Sunday Home & Garden Feature
5 feasts for the eyes
Tabletop inspiration from the talent behind S.F.’s Dining by Design
Designer Gil Mendez collaborates with Murray’s Iron Works, Anthem, and Lila B. to create a San Miquel de Allende inspired dining room.
In featured feast #4, Lila B. creates a ‘fresh take on
traditional centerpieces’ and writer Anh-Minh Le offers it up as an ‘idea to steal’.
photos by www.macdonaldphoto.com
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, Gil Mendez
, home and garden
, house plants
, interior decor
, Kathryn MacDonald Photography
, Murray's Iron Works
, san francisco chronicle
, San Francisco Event
, simple centerpieces
October 31, 2009
Okay so I’m not (usually!) much of a star gazer when it comes to celebrities. But when I found out that Michael Pollen would be one of 8 guests in Boulevard’s Wine Vault ~ and Lila B. flowers would be the centerpiece. I ogled.
Sophie, part of the Lila B. gang, created this vessel from an old wine box and then we poured in the locally grown ingredients…
Foraged Acorns & fragrant Quince from ‘Florists at Large’, our own ‘City Grown’ edible Rumex, red & yellow Rudbeckia, and Gallardia seed pods, and Half Moon Bay Dahlias and fragrant Chocolate Cosmos made this arrangement almost delicious!
Thanks to Michael Pollen ~ for all his inspiration ~ and influence on how we think at Lila B.